Rolling Stones Sculpture

In anticipation of The Rolling Stones Exhibit, delivered by DHL, the Stones’ first ever major exhibition which is opening at the Musicians Hall of Fame and Museum on March 29, 2018, five larger-than-life sculptures of the band’s iconic ‘tongue and lips’ logo have been installed throughout Music City. The Rolling Stones Exhibit is proudly presented and delivered by DHL, and supported by Jackson National Life Insurance Company® (Jackson®) in conjunction with global promoter TEG and producer iEC Exhibitions!

The sculptures can be found now at:

Outside the home of the exhibit at the Musicians Hall of Fame and Museum
Outside Ascend Amphitheater
At the Music City Walk of Fame
Across from the “I Believe in Nashville” sign in the 12South neighborhood
At the baggage claim of the Nashville International Airport

DHL, the Presenting and Official Logistics Partner of The Rolling Stones Exhibit, will be responsible for transporting the exhibition from Las Vegas to Music City.

“As the world’s most international logistics company, DHL is thrilled to deliver this once-in-a-lifetime Rolling Stones experience,” said Mike Parra, CEO of DHL Express Americas. “It’s a perfect fit as The Stones were the consummate professionals as musicians and Music City is home to one of the world’s largest music industries. We’re delighted to play the dream role of ‘roadies’ and bring Exhibitionism to the fans in Nashville for its final U.S. stop.”

Social Media Contest

Every week, until the exhibit’s opening, global promoter TEG will be holding a social media contest focused on the sculptures. Any individual who takes a photo with a sculpture (selfie or otherwise) and posts it on either Instagram, Twitter, or Facebook with the appropriate hashtags and tags will be entered in a drawing. The weekly drawing will give away exhibit tickets or The Rolling Stones collector items such as tee shirts mugs, pins and hats.

For all social platforms, use the following hashtags to enter the contest:

· #DHLDeliversSatisfaction

· #stonesexhibit

For more information on The Rolling Stones exhibit and its final U.S. stop in Nashville, click HERE. Purchase advance tickets for the exhibit now at

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