Prepare to rock and roll all night and party every day: the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame is coming to Tokyo.

The Cleveland, Ohio-based Rock and Roll Hall of Fame has chosen Tokyo to host its first-ever permanent international satellite space.

Opening September 23, it will be located in Yurakucho Infos, a one-minute walk from Yurakucho Station.

The 900-square-meter exhibition space will host one-of-a-kind instruments, costumes and other memorabilia from musicians and producers who have been inducted into the hall. It will also display exclusive videos from Hall of Fame award ceremonies.

Tickets are ¥2,200 for adults and ¥1,600 for students (¥1,800 and ¥1,300 when purchased in advance). Children in 6th grade or younger are admitted free when accompanied by an adult.

For more details, visit the official site or PR TIMES (Japanese only)