2016 INDUCTION CEREMONY

List of Inductees

about the 2016 NCMHOF inductess

On Thursday October 20, 2016 the NC Music Hall of Fame’s 2016 Induction Ceremony will be held at the Kannapolis Performing Arts Center in Kannapolis, NC at 7:15pm. A VIP cocktail Reception to “Meet-and-Greet” the inductees will be held at the new Kannapolis City Hall at 5:00pm. Following the VIP Reception, the guests and inductees will be escorted to the red carpet at the Kannapolis Performing Arts Center (KPAC) for the Induction Program.

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FAQs:

Do I have to bring my printed ticket to the event?

You MUST show your ticket at the door! All tickets will be scanned at the door. You may bring your printed ticket OR show your digital ticket on your smartphone.

Is there an age limit to enter the event?

No. Our annual induction event welcomes all ages. This is a very educational, entertaining and historical event that no one will want to miss!

Are group discounts available?

Yes! We can offer a discounted ticket rate to students, churches, or civic groups….just give us a call to inquire.

What are my transport/parking options getting to the event?

General admission should park in the designated areas at KPAC. VIP’s have the option to drive on their own to each venue or to use transportation provided the NCMHOF to move between the VIP reception and KPAC. Also, the Kannapolis Amtrak Station is 1/2 mile from the KPAC.

I would like to purchase a VIP ticket, how do I indicate my choice of transportation?

When you purchase your ticket, you will be asked if you prefer to use our transportation to arrive at KPAC or if you prefer to drive yourself. This allows us to properly prepare for the night.

What should I wear?

Dress code is Black Tie Optional.

What can/can’t I bring to the event?

No outside food or beverages allowed in the VIP Recpetion area, KPAC, or the NCMHOF Museum. No smoking allowed on City Hall, KPAC, or NCMHOF Museum properties.