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On their 1992 Zoo TV Tour, U2 dangled these Trabant cars, symbols of former East German socialism, over the stage.
On their 1992 Zoo TV Tour, U2 dangled these Trabant cars, symbols of former East German socialism, over the stage. (Courtesy of the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum)

If you go: Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum

Email|Print| Text size + By Steve Morse
Globe Correspondent / July 16, 2006

Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum One Key Plaza, 751 Erieside Ave. Cleveland

216-781-ROCK (7625)

www.rockhall.com

Daily 10 a.m.- 5:30 p.m., till 9 on Wednesday. Adults $20, seniors age 60 and over $14, children 9-12 $11, 8 and under free.

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