Health & Safety Notice
Rock & Roll Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony
Ticket PricesPricing starts at $50. A $3.00 fee is included per ticket.
Health & Safety
COVID Protocols UPDATED
ON THE DAY OF THE EVENT, GUESTS CAN DO ONE OF THE FOLLOWING TO RECEIVE APPROVED ENTRY INTO THE FIELDHOUSE:
Option #1 (highly recommended) - Display the green CLEAR Health Pass app screen at any Rocket Mortgage FieldHouse entrance to gain admittance with a ticket to the event. The benefit of downloading the CLEAR Health Pass app and enrolling in advance eliminates the need for any pre-screening for proof of vaccine or negative test result at the event for faster entry.
Option #2 (recommended) - Provide proof of vaccination (14 days past final vaccination shot, October 16, 2021), original vaccination card, printed copy of vaccination card or a digital copy with a photo ID. A screening tent will be set up on Gateway Plaza outside of Rocket Mortgage FieldHouse and will open on Saturday, October 30 at 4:00 PM to allow guests the opportunity to arrive early to get pre-screened in advance of doors opening for the show.
Option #3 - Provide proof of an FDA approved negative Covid-19 PCR, Antigen or Molecular test that is date and time stamped with full name printed on the test results within 48 hours of show date and entrance time (After 6:00 PM on October 28, 2021) and a photo ID.
*This information is subject to change.
Admission to events requiring the additional protocols will not be granted to anyone (regardless of age) without proof of vaccination or proof of negative COVID-19 test.
Why are you doing this?
This decision is a result of the surge in COVID-19 cases as the Delta variant spreads and the level of community transmission remains high in Cuyahoga County, Ohio, where the event will take place. The vaccination policy is being implemented as an open-ended one, with any changes or reversals informed by updates relating to transmission rates, variant developments, and local and federal regulations.
How do I show my proof of vaccination or negative test?
Acceptable documentation may be a physical copy of a COVID-19 Vaccination Record Card or negative test or a digital copy or photo of such Card or test
What if I forget my proof of vaccination?
You will not be admitted to the event without proof of vaccination or a negative test. If you forget your proof of vaccination, you will need to provide proof of a negative COVID-19 test within 48-hours prior to entering the venue, along with an appropriate ID matching the name on your documentation.
What about attendees under the age of 12?
As the vaccine has not been approved for use on kids under age 12, a negative COVID-19 test taken within 48 hours of the event will be required.
Where can I get a free COVID-19 vaccine?
Check this resource to find vaccination sites near you: https://www.vaccines.gov/
Where can I get a free COVID-19 test?
Check this resource to find testing near you: https://www.hhs.gov/coronavirus/community-based-testing-sites/index.html
Will attendees be wearing masks?
As of today, masks will be optional but strongly recommended inside the venue. Please plan to bring a mask with you in case the situation changes and masks become required.
What if I choose not to provide proof of vaccination or a negative test?
Between now and October 10, guests who choose not to provide proof of vaccination or a negative test may log into their SeatGeek account or contact the Rocket Mortgage FieldHouse Box Office at firstname.lastname@example.org to request a full refund of their ticket purchase.
All fans are strongly recommended (not required) to wear a mask at all times and all places inside the FieldHouse.
- Tina Turner
- Carole King
- The Go-Go’s
- Foo Fighters
- Todd Rundgren
Early Influence Award:
- Charley Patton
- Gil Scott-Heron
Musical Excellence Award:
- LL Cool J
- Billy Preston
- Randy Rhoads
Ahmet Ertegun Award:
- Clarence Avant
“This diverse class of talented Inductees reflects the Rock Hall’s ongoing commitment to honor artists whose music created the sound of youth culture”, said John Sykes, Chairman of the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame Foundation. “It will make for an unforgettable live celebration of music in October at this year’s Induction Ceremony in Cleveland.”
The Rock & Roll Hall of Fame has announced a week of Induction-related activities and events for local and visiting fans leading up to the 36th annual Rock & Roll Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony on October 30th at Rocket Mortgage Fieldhouse. Fans can save the date and celebrate the 2021 Inductees who will receive rock’s highest honor by attending Celebration Day (free for Ohio residents), exploring the new 2021 Inductee Exhibit, and more.
Induction Week kicks off at the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame on Sunday, October 24th with Celebration Day, presented by PNC.
- On Sunday, Ohio residents receive free admission to the Museum and will be among the first to experience the brand new 2021 Inductee Exhibit. Outdoors, fans can enjoy live music on the PNC stage, fun activities with community partners, cool merch from the Rock Hall and other local music venues and record stores, and fireworks live from the Union Home Mortgage Plaza.
- Throughout the week, fans can visit the Museum to engage in Inductee Stories of Rock, hear 2021 Inductee music on the Rock Boxes and in The Garage, presented by The Minoff Family and powered by Sweetwater.
- Thursday night, October 28th, fans can attend Rock Hall Nights, an evening of Induction-themed fun throughout the Museum.
- On Friday, a highlight of Induction Week will be the official dedication of the Class of 2021 signature plaque that will be installed in the Hall of Fame Gallery.
Plan Your Visit
Cleveland, Ohio 44115
PLEASE NOTE: Protecting the health and safety of all our guests, staff members, and performers remains a top priority. Rocket Mortgage FieldHouse is equipped with state-of-the-art technologies and systems designed to keep you healthy, safe, and comfortable during your visit.
At this time, masks are no longer required to be worn while inside Rocket Mortgage FieldHouse. We ask all fans to be respectful of each other’s personal preferences related to individual mask wearing.