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ROCK HALL AIMS FOR IN-PERSON INDUCTION CEREMONY

The Rock & Roll Hall of Fame has announced plans for a live, in-person induction ceremony set for 10/30 at Cleveland's Rocket Mortgage FieldHouse Arena.

Ticket information will be announced in July as the Rock Hall is waiting to see how Ohio's capacity restrictions—currently at 25% for NBA games at the venue—change as the year progresses. 

The organization's CEO, Greg Harris, noted during a press conference on Tuesday morning, “Until then, we're going to monitor best practices and make sure that however we're seating the event, we're doing it in a careful and healthy way.”

First-time nominees for this year's class include Foo Fighters, Jay-Z, Mary J. Blige, The Go-Go's and Dionne Warwick

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