Beyonce Gets an Exhibit in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum

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According to The Associated Press, Beyonce Knowles-Carter will be getting her own exhibit in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum in Cleveland, Ohio. The exhibit is scheduled to open on Tuesday 21 July 2014.

Starting on Tuesday, visitors to the museum will be able to find many of the fashion items Beyonce has worn over the years in the Ahmet Ertegun Main Exhibit Hall, a space for inductees where visitors can find items from legends such as Michael Jackson and David Bowie. Among the pieces featured will be her 2012 Met Gala dress, outfits from several music videos, and the outfit worn during the star’s 2013 Super Bowl performance.

This is quite a high accomplishment, especially since Beyonce is not eligible to be inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame for a few more years.  The megastar will be eligible to be included as a member of Destiny’s Child in 2022 and as a solo artist in 2027.

With that being noted, the star is well on her way.  Beyonce is currently in the midst of the On The Run Tour with her husband and frequent collaborator, Jay-Z.  Her talents have afforded her many opportunities and enabled her to win numerous honors including singing the National Anthem for President Barack Obama and topping Forbes’ Top 100 Most Powerful Celebrities of 2014 in June.  She ended last year with the surprise release of her self-titled fifth album after a world tour and several guest features, and she doesn’t seem to have any plans on stopping anytime soon.

Readers who live in the United States and want to visit the new Beyonce exhibit can visit The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum at 1100 E. 9th St. Cleveland, Ohio.

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