If you didn't get tickets to the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame's Induction Ceremony bash taking place in Cleveland on April 14, and chances are you didn't, you can still see the action sorta up close.
The next best thing — well, the next best thing to actually being there or staying home and loading up on vodka and old Faces albums — is watching the ceremony on a big screen at the Rock Hall.
It's the only place other than the live thing going down at Public Hall where you can see the ceremony.
Tickets just went on sale. They're $20 and available at the Rock Hall's website.
Doors open at 7 p.m. for the 8 p.m. event.
Best of all, the Rock Hall will be open for browsing during the telecast, so you can check out the new Grateful Dead exhibit (which opens the same week as the Induction Ceremony) while Donovan is onstage. —Michael Gallucci
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