The Beatles’ 1970 hit “Hey Jude” was the last rock hit by the group to top 40 singles on Billboard’s Hot 100 before it died in 1977.
Now, the group is taking the stage in Cleveland, Ohio, on the 100th anniversary of the song’s release.
The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductees will perform their iconic hit at the Rock and Pop Music Hall of Honor on July 22.
The Hall of Famer and the group’s current headliner, Billy Preston, will join the Rock Hall of Famers for the first time, but the first act is likely to be one of the stars of the Hall of Legends, which has two inductees — former band members Jimmy Page and Ringo Starr — along with five other musicians.
The induction ceremony, which is slated to be held July 26, is scheduled to start at 10 a.m. local time (8 p.m, GMT) at the Cleveland Municipal Auditorium.
Tickets are $10 for adults and $5 for children ages 2-12.
The hall of fame’s website offers a list of acts and the dates of the induction ceremony.
The Hall of Music, which offers its own selection of concerts, has an active website with more information about the inductees.
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