Rock Hall to Celebrate the Release of New Elton John Biopic With Special Programming


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In honor of the release of Rocketman, the Elton John biopic that comes to area theaters on Friday, May 31, the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame is offering a chance to win VIP tickets to see the film at a private advance screening at the museum. Fans can enter that contest at

Also, from Friday, May 31 through Sunday, June 2, the Rock Hall will screen John’s appearances in past induction ceremonies. Footage includes select performances from 1988, John’s 1994 acceptance speech, Axl Rose’s induction speech and John playing in a 2011 super jam with Leon Russell.

You can also check out John’s signature panel and listen to his “career-defining” playlist in the recently redesigned Hall of Fame Gallery, and his newly installed 1984 jumpsuit is on display as part of the Right Here, Right Now exhibit.

In addition, machines in the museum’s Part of the Machine: Rock & Pinball exhibit will set to free play, so fans can enjoy the Captain Fantastic machine as well as the other machines that make up that special exhibit.

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