The Rock & Roll Hall of Fame has set a date and venue for the 2021 induction ceremony.
The museum announced in a press release that this year’s inductions will take place on Oct. 30, a contrast to past ceremonies, which have traditionally taken place in the spring or early summer.
Additionally, the ceremony will be held for the first time at Cleveland’s Rocket Mortgage FieldHouse, which offers increased space and flexibility and prioritizes health and safety, according to the press release.
On Feb. 10, the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame announced the 16 artists eligible for induction in 2021, led by Jay-Z, Iron Maiden and Foo Fighters.
Rock Hall inductees are chosen by an international voting body of more than 1,000 artists, historians and members of the music industry. Through April 30, fans can cast their votes on rockhall.com for who they think should be elected. The top five artists in that vote make up a fans’ ballot, which is counted as a single vote alongside the 1,000-plus other ballots.
Inductees will be announced in May 2021. When tickets become available you can purchase them HERE.