CLEVELAND, Ohio (WJW) — The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame is bringing the power of music to the streets of Cleveland.
Last week, a branded Rock Hall van called “Joy Ride” began making appearances around town. The van will play music in neighborhoods, at food distributions and celebratory activities, among other locations, while maintaining social distancing protocols.
On April 30, the van stopped at the Greater Cleveland Food Bank’s drive-thru distribution at the City of Cleveland Muni Lot.
According to the Rock Hall, the Joy Ride’s appearances highlight music’s ability to connect and bring us together while delivering on the Rock Hall’s mission to engage, teach and inspire through the power of rock.
Nonprofit organizations can request Joy Ride appearances by emailinng firstname.lastname@example.org.
Those at home can join in by listening to the Joy Ride’s playlists on the Rock Hall’s Spotify channel. The Rock Hall’s Rock Boxes along Rock and Roll Boulevard in Cleveland are also tuned to play uplifting songs.
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