The Rock & Roll Hall of Fame gets into the spirit with its first-ever holiday ball on December 1 at 7 p.m..
The Rock & Roll Holiday Ball will feature a performance by Grammy Award Winner Mike Farris, an exclusive holiday dinner menu crafted by Cleveland celebrity chef Rocco Whalen, and holiday activities including photos and holiday-themed Stories of Rock inside select exhibits.
Tickets include dinner, two drinks, dessert, live music, museum admission, and a shuttle ride to and from the Great Lakes Science Center parking garage. Tickets are $75 and are on sale now at ticketing.rockhall.com.
In addition to the concert and activities, the Rock Hall will be decked out with holiday displays and other décor. The Rock Hall store also features exclusive holiday gifts and collectable memorabilia for rock and roll fans with special discounts.
2015 Grammy Award Winner Mike Farris brings “Mike Farris Sings the Soul of Christmas” to sold-out crowds pulling out all the stops with great arrangements of hits and a few surprises. Farris’ sound draws from a wide range of influences including Rock & Roll Hall of Fame Inductees Stevie Wonder and Bill Withers. His larger-than-life vocals, straight out of the South, sharpened in the clubs of New York City, honed over a lifetime of collaboration and stage time with artists such as the likes of Double Trouble to deliver a funky danceable blues-rock that draws audiences to his live shows.