Rolling Stones Exhibit Makes Final Stop At Nashville’s Musicians Hall Of Fame And Museum

Rolling Stones fans will get a chance to check out over 500 rare items belonging to or connected with the iconic band at the Rolling Stones Exhibit when it comes to the Musicians Hall of Fame and Museum in Nashville beginning March 29. The exhibit of memorabilia features 50 years of Stones fashion, 190 original artworks, vintage instruments, interactive sound mixing desks and recording equipment, a screening cinema with exclusive content, and a 3D concert experience. 

Delivered by DHL, the band’s first-ever major exhibition will have a limited exclusive U.S. Southeast engagement at the Musicians Hall of Fame and Museum and will be the final stop in its U.S. tour and its first and only stop in the Southeast. The Music City engagement follows The Rolling Stones Exhibit’s global premiere in London, its star-studded U.S. premiere in NYC, and limited engagement stops in Chicago and Las Vegas.

“The Rolling Stones Exhibit is a once-in-a-lifetime, immersive experience that tells the story of the most influential rock band in the world,” said Joe Chambers, Founder and CEO of the Musicians Hall of Fame and Museum. “We’re all in for a rare treat. Hosting The Rolling Stones Exhibit here at the Musician’s Hall of Fame and Museum and pairing it with our museum that celebrates the achievements of all musicians around the globe establishes a can’t miss destination worth traveling from anywhere for music fans.”

The exhibit is the largest touring experience of its kind ever to be staged, and the first time in history the band has personally unlocked their vast private archive exploring the very beginning of their history to the Stones’ superstardom of today. Tickets go on sale to the public tomorrow at


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