The Hall of Fame opened a museum in 1995 in Cleveland, where it has become a leading tourist draw, but it has only held the star-studded ceremony four times before in the Midwestern city.
The many reported highlights of the show include a hilarious introduction for Pearl Jam from retired (and heavily bearded) late night legend David Letterman, who hilariously declared, "I can't begin to tell you what an honor and a privilege it is for me to be out of the house, honest to God", during his almost 15-minute speech.
The last Induction Ceremony held in Cleveland was in 2015.
The Rock Hall announced the date of that ceremony on Wednesday. That ceremony honored Joan Baez, ELO, Journey, Nile Rodgers, Pearl Jam, Tupac Shakur and Yes.
Next Year, Cleveland will get ready for another big event coming to our city, again solidifying the city's reputation for successfully hold large-scale events. Previous nominees like The Cars, Janet Jackson, Kraftwerk, Nine Inch Nails, LL Cool and others look to return to the annual ballot, which will be revealed in October.
The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame announced Wednesday that it will move its annual induction gala back to Cleveland next year from NY.