July 20–CLEVELAND, Ohio — This Saturday, July 22, alt-country act Drive-By Truckers will roll into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame as a highlight of their summer outdoor concert series. 2009 Hall of Fame inductee Spooner Oldham will join the group on stage, as well in a short acoustic performance with Truckers co-founder, Patterson Hood.
Throughout the day, the museum will be serving up craft beer and Michael Symon’s B-Spot Burgers. Tickets are free to members (must be RSVPed online) and $23.50 for the general public, which can be purchased at the Rock Hall website. It includes free admission to the museum, which recently opened its new “Power of Rock Experience” featuring a new multi-million dollar theater and film by Jonathan Demme.
The show is part of their redesigned outdoor plaza that now features motorcycle parking, a beer garden, food and wine trucks and live music. This summer, they’ll host 50-plus concerts, such as the popular “Summer in the City” series showcasing local talent. Shows still to come include Latin music as a partner of the Latino Arts & Culture Celebration and Puerto Rican Parade (Aug. 5) and Uganda Kids’ Choir (Aug. 19).
The full schedule with supporting acts The Vindys, Falling Stars and The Seratones is below:
2:00 pm — The Vindys
3:00 pm — Live Q&A and short acoustic performance with 2009 Hall of Fame inductee Spooner Oldham and Patterson Hood, the co-founder of Drive-By Truckers.
5:00 pm — Falling Stars
7:30 pm — The Seratones
9:00 pm — Drive-By Truckers with special guest Spooner Oldham
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