The exhibition will be available from November 14
Having performed in the Stadspark in Groningen, the Rolling Stones will be back in the city later this year. Not in person, but as the subject of a huge new exhibition at the Groninger Museum: “the Rolling Stones- unzipped”.
Despite the Coronavirus outbreak, the large international exhibition about the world-famous rock band will go ahead, from November 14. As reported by the Groninger Internet Courant.
The museum is pleased that the exhibition can continue as usual, even though additional measures will have to be taken to guarantee visitor safety.
Opening hours are to be extended in winter months, so that more visitors can view the exhibition. Tickets can only be purchased online and for a specified time slot. The public will also have to follow fixed routes around the museum.
Opening dates and times are subject to developments around COVID-19, with the museum having to adhere to national guidelines from the RIVM and the Museum Association.
After London, the United States and several cities in Asia, the exhibition will tour Europe in a renewed form. “The Rolling Stones – Unzipped” will show more than 400 original objects from the collection of the band.
Visitors will be able to see instruments and stage designs, and also rare audio clips and video material, personal diaries, iconic costumes; posters, album covers, and even their studio and modest apartment at Edith Grove in London.
The exhibition “The Rolling Stones – Unzipped”, can be seen from November 14, 2020 and will last until February 28, 2021. Tickets can be booked from October 2020 on the website of the Groninger Museum.