If you live in an apartment in Charlotte, NC you can have lots of fun and get a load of live music this month with NASCARGet ready for a jam session like no other as the Rockin' & Racin' exhibit debuts at the NASCAR Hall of Fame June 24. From rock stars to country crooners to rappers, the sport has welcomed all genres of music to rally around the action on the track.
Working with record executives like Scott Borchetta and Mike Curb as well as music artist Brad Arnold of 3 Doors Down among others, this exhibit features artifacts that truly rock. Artifacts include the 1959 Chevrolet Corvette featured in Brad Paisley's "Old Alabama" music video, country music star Marty Robbins' 1964 Plymouth race car, Juan Pablo Montoya's 2012 No. 42 Chevrolet sponsored by Taylor Swift, the 2003 Chevy Rock & Roll 400 guitar trophy and more. The Rockin' & Racin' exhibit will be on display through the end of the year.
Check out artifacts like the 1959 Chevrolet Corvette featured in Brad Paisley's "Old Alabama" music video or catch a glimpse of the guitar trophy specially designed for the 2003 Chevy Rock & Roll 400. The Rockin' & Racin' exhibit will be on display through the end of the year.
The NASCAR Hall of Fame has 150,000 square feet of fun with more than 50 interactive attractions, 1,000 artifacts on 4 floors. This is the ideal place for your next fun adventure. You don’t need to be a NASCAR fan, you can still do it all at the Hall. Have the time of your life trying to win the Pit Crew Challenge, or try to figure out the engine puzzle.
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