Cleveland – Klipsch teamed up with the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame to become the first-ever presenting sponsor of the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony.
The speaker and headphone manufacturer entered into a three-year partnership with the Hall.
The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony Presented by Klipsch Audio will mark the 30th anniversary of the ceremony, scheduled for April 18 in Cleveland. It will be recorded that night and aired on HBO in May.
As part of the deal, Klipsch’s commercial and home theater speakers, soundbars and headphones will be integrated throughout the Hall’s museum and the new Klipsch Audio Stage at the Rock Hall.
“Many classic albums have been mixed, mastered and enjoyed on Klipsch,” said Klipsch marketing VP Matt Sommers.
“Klipsch is really well-aligned with the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and all that we represent,” said Steve Dobo, director of sponsorships for the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum. A “commitment to a high standard of musical excellence is at the heart of both of our brands and gives us an incredible foundation on which to build,” he said.