The Rolling Stones' "Exhibitionism" exhibit extends Nashville engagement until late August

Written by on May 23, 2018

Credit: Dave J HoganWith The Rolling Stones currently making their way through the U.K. and mainland Europe on their 2018 No Filter Tour, comes word that the band’s Exhibitionism exhibit has extended its run at Nashville’s Musicians Hall of Fame and Museum. The expansive display, which opened in Music City on March 29, initially was supposed to end its engagement on June 30 but its run now will continue until August 26.

The exhibition’s Nashville engagement is the attraction’s final stop in North America, following runs in New York City and Chicago. Exhibitionism, a.k.a. The Rolling Stones Exhibit, will relocate next to Sydney, Australia.

As previously reported, the exhibit was created with the full cooperation of The Rolling Stones and features various themed areas incorporating more than 500 artifacts, including guitars, costumes, photos, posters and more. Among the displays are replicas of the seedy London apartment some of the band members shared in 1962, a recording studio, and a backstage area at one of the group’s concerts. The attraction also allows visitors the chance to listen to previously unheard audio tracks, and watch rare video clips and film presentations.

For the remainder of Exhibitionism’s Nashville engagement, Monday and Tuesday admission will be available for the low price of $25. In addition, advance tickets purchased online at for admission to the exhibit Wednesday through Sunday will be discounted $5 from the full price.

In other news, The Rolling Stones’ began the U.K. portion of their 2018 No Filter Tour on Tuesday at London Stadium in London. The band delivered a 19-song set featuring mostly often-played classics, but that also included the 1976 hit “Fool to Cry,” which The Stones last performed live in 1999. The group’s returns to London Stadium for its next show this Friday, May 25.

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