I will never have shame for my absolute fandom of the rock and roll juggernaut U2. In September the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame is having a party to celebrate the formation of one of the greatest bands in the world. I was so excited to see the Rock Hall getting involved. $20 a day for…well that’s the problem. It is only a couple weeks away and there still isn’t much published as far as what is included in that ticket price. The Website has very limited information on what is going on.
- U2 films
- Panel discussions/interviews discussing U2’s 40-year career, their music and impact, and more
- An educational presentation highlighting U2’s message and role in conjuction with Louder Than Words: Rock, Power & Politics
- A special exhibit featuring the U2 Tattoo Project
- MORE TBA
A full schedule will be listed in the coming weeks. Seating for certain events is limited and will be available on a first-come, first-served basis.
Come on guys…let’s get a schedule out there and boot the TBA. You sent out the lure, reel me in. What films? What is the schedule? Who is on the panels (and why wasn’t I asked, just kidding, not kidding)? I need details big time is what I am saying. I have no doubt that it be worth the $20 to most fans though.
We already got our tickets to see the screening of Rattle and Hum at Tower City which is a completely separate event from the celebration at the Rock Hall. Why they didn’t show R&H at the Rock Hall is odd, but they apparently are going to do the 360 concert, which I never saw on the big screen. That would be cool. While I am looking forward to the celebration, I’d really like to see a schedule of what I am looking forward to. U2 fans rejoice!