Massive Rolling Stones Exhibit Makes Last U.S. Stop In Nashville

NASHVILLE, TN — A huge exhibit of rare Rolling Stones memorabilia will make its fourth and final American stop in Nashville in March before heading overseas.

The Rolling Stones Exhibit, the band’s first ever major exhibition, will have an exclusive Southeast engagement at the Musicians Hall of Fame and Museum at Historic Municipal Auditorium beginning March 29.

The Music City engagement follows The Rolling Stones Exhibit’s global premiere in London, its U.S. premiere in New York City and stops in Chicago and Las Vegas.

The exhibit is the first time the band has opened their vast personal collections tracing their history from their formation to the present day.

Advance tickets go on sale Feb. 14 at


"An exhibit that highlights the extraordinary career of one of the greatest rock ‘n’ roll bands in history belongs in Music City," said Butch Spyridon, president and CEO, Nashville Convention & Visitors Corporation. "The Musicians Hall of Fame is the perfect location, and residents and visitors alike are in for a special music experience."

"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 Musicians 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 travelling from anywhere for music fans."

The Rolling Stones Exhibit includes 500 rare artifacts and memorabilia spanning the band’s 54 year career and continued influence on fashion, film and art.

After opening, the exhibit will continue in Nashville into the summer.

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