Looking for a fun summer activity? For the rest of the Rolling Stones Exhibit’s run in Nashville, if take a photo with any two of six eligible Rolling Stones Statues in Nashville (excluding the two outside the venue) you can get buy-one-get-one-free tickets to the Exhibit.
So, grab a friend, find a couple statues and take photos with it, then come cool off at the legendary Exhibit – before it leaves the US for good on August 26th!
ROLLING STONES ‘TONGUE AND LIPS’ STATUE SCAVENGER HUNT WILL LEAD TO BUY-1-GET-1-FREE EXHIBIT TICKETS
Anyone who presents photos at the Rolling Stones Exhibit Box Office taken with two of six eligible ‘tongue and lips’ sculptures around Nashville is eligible for a free ticket with the purchase of one full priced ticket
Nashville, Tenn. –The Rolling Stones Exhibit, delivered by DHL, the Stones’ first ever major exhibition has extended its successful run at the Musicians Hall of Fame and Museum until Sunday, August 26th.
To encourage Music City to get out and enjoy downtown and come see The Rolling Stones Exhibit with a friend, anyone who takes a photo with just two out of any six eligible ‘tongue and lips’ statues can receive one free ticket with the purchase of one full price ticket.
The eligible sculptures can be found now at:
Outside the downtown Nashville Public Library
Outside Ascend Amphitheater
At the Music City Walk of Fame
Outside Bridgestone Arena by the Music City Visitors Centers Entrance
Across from the “I Believe in Nashville” sign in the 12South neighborhood
At the baggage claim of the Nashville International Airport
NOTE: The two sculptures outside of the Musicians Hall of Fame and Museum are not eligible for the promotion.
The Rolling Stones Exhibit is proudly presented and delivered by DHL, and supported by Jackson National Life Insurance Company® (Jackson®) in conjunction with global promoter TEG and producer iEC Exhibitions!
For more information on The Rolling Stones exhibit and its final U.S. stop in Nashville, you can view the announcement press release HERE.
You can purchase advance tickets for the exhibit now here.