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New rock ‘n roll museum set to open

ARNOLDS PARK, Iowa -- The Iowa Rock 'n Roll Music Association announces the grand open- ing of its new Iowa Rock 'n Roll Museum in Arnolds Park. IRRMA will celebrate the opening of its new museum on June 13-15. A recent addition to the museum com...

ARNOLDS PARK, Iowa - The Iowa Rock ‘n Roll Music Association announces the grand open-

ing of its new Iowa Rock ‘n Roll Museum in Arnolds Park.

IRRMA will celebrate the opening of its new museum on June 13-15. A recent addition to the museum complex in Arnolds Park Amusement Park, the new space is a first-class facility designed with help from previous employees of the National Rock and Roll Museum in Cleveland, Ohio.

“We knew we wanted to take this opportunity to create a world-class destination for music lovers around the state of Iowa,” explained John Senn, IRRMA CEO. “The new museum focus is on IRRMA’s mission to preserve the legacy of rock ‘n roll within the state of Iowa by featuring many of our inductees, while also focusing on local music history, and the impact Iowa had on music nationally.”

For more information about the grand opening activities, visit iowarocknroll.com.

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