It’s Only Rock And Roll And We Like It – Stones Exhibit Extends Nashville Run Through August

The Rolling Stones Exhibit will be spending some extra time in Music City due to popular demand. The band’s first ever major exhibition, presented by DHL and supported by Jackson National Life Insurance Company, will continue its successful run at the Musicians Hall of Fame and Museum in Nashville now through August 26, instead of ending on the previously scheduled June 30 date.

To ensure as many visitors as possible can see The Rolling Stones Exhibit before it leaves North America, for the rest of its Nashville run, Stones Exhibit-only tickets will be $25 on Mondays and Tuesdays. Additionally, tickets purchased in advance online for Wednesday through Sunday at StonesExhibit.com are now discounted $5 and are available online through the end of August. Nashville is the exhibition’s last stop Stateside before heading to Sydney, Australia, marking the last chance for fans to view the expansive exhibit in North America.

The exhibit is a definite can’t-miss, full of rare memorabilia, vintage rock artifacts, amazing guitars, a complete recreation of the group’s earliest days in their UK flat, and over 190 original artworks including many of the band’s iconic album covers. Fashionistas will especially love the style and fashion gallery featuring many of Mick Jagger’s one-of-a-kind stage costumes spanning from the 1960’s to the present, with fashions from Alexander McQueen, Prada, Dior, Gucci, Jean Paul Gaultier, and many more, and contributions from Anna Sui, John Varvatos and Tommy Hilfiger. Interactive experiences like the sound mixing studio and a 3D concert film cap off the experience which extensively chronicles the legendary band’s 56-year career.

“We’re thrilled that Music City has fully embraced this once-in-a-lifetime, immersive and experiential Exhibit that tells the story of the most influential rock band in the world,” said Tim McGregor, Managing Director of TEG Live. “This extension allows for more lovers of music, art, fashion, and pop culture to experience The Rolling Stones Exhibit before it leaves North America.”

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