The renowned Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum in Cleveland, Ohio (U.S.A.), supports the Mitrovica Rock School and its mission to restore Mitrovica's proud rock and roll tradition.
Since its opening on September 3, 1995, the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum has welcomed more than eight million visitors from around the world.
The Museum is home to seven floors of exhibition space spanning 150,000 square feet, offering visitors a five to six hour touring experience of 18 permanent exhibits, six special rotating exhibits, six interactive listening stations and 125 minutes of film in five different theaters.
The Rock Hall has also brought more than 1.5 billion dollars in economic impact to the Northeast Ohio economy in its 15 year history.
The Museum’s award-winning education department reaches more than 50,000 students and educators each year through its education programs on site, like Rock and Roll Night School and Rockin’ the Schools, and at great distances through its distance learning program, On the Road.
More than 100 artists and musicians come to the Hall each year to be part of education panel discussions, perform, meet with fans and show their support. For more information on the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum, please visit www.rockhall.com.