The exhibition will be available to see at the Groninger Museum from November 20, pending Coronavirus regulations
The exhibition The Rolling Stones – Unzipped, which can be seen from 20 November in the Groninger Museum (if current Coronavirus restrictions are loosened)- will be opened by Mick Jagger in an online event at 17:00 on November 19 held on a special website.
The Groninger museum had to temporarily close its doors due to Coronavirus restrictions two weeks ago. On Thursday, November 19, sponsors and members of the Friends of the Groninger Museum will be invited to a preview, and from Friday, November 20, everyone with a ticket is welcome to attend the exhibition. The museum is only accessible with an admission ticket for a specific time slot that has been reserved in advance via the website, reports the GIC.
Tickets will be on sale again from Saturday 14 November
Tickets for the exhibition are on sale again from 14 November via rollingstonesgroningen.nl. Due to the uncertainty surrounding the developments of the Coronavirus and the measures taken by the government, tickets are to be sold every week. New tickets will become available every Saturday.
The Rolling Stones – Unzipped shows over 400 original objects from the collection of the Stones. Not only instruments and stage designs, but also rare audio and video clips, personal diaries, iconic costumes, poster material, album covers and even their studio and modest residence at Edith Grove in London.