Rock N Roll Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony Canceled Due to COVID-19

The Rock & Roll Hall of Fame closes amidst coronavirus outbreak
CLEVELAND - MARCH 30: The Darkness meets with fans to sign their new cd, Permission To Land, at the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame March 30, 2004 in Cleveland, Ohio. (Photo by Jason Nelson/Getty Images)

The Rock N Roll Hall of Fame was going to induct Nine Inch Nails, Depeche Mode, Notorious B.I.G., Whitney Houston, T. Rex, and the Doobie Brothers as part of this year’s class at a ceremony in May. Now, it’s not happening at all.

After originally pushing the ceremony to November, the Rock Hall has canceled this year’s live event, which was supposed to take place in Cleveland, due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.

In its place, the Rock Hall is going to air a special about the inductees on Nov. 7. You’ll be able to see it on HBO and HBO Max.

In March, the museum had to temporarily close its doors due to COVID-19 but has since reopened. The Rock Hall has since shared a bunch of videos on its YouTube page.

See the Rock N Roll Hall of Fame’s announcement below.

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