The Rolling Stones' first ever major exhibition, aptly titled Exhibitionism: The Rolling Stones Exhibit, is set to hit Australia next month, bringing with it a huge assortment of Rolling Stones artifacts spanning the band's 55 years in the music industry.
Billed as "the largest touring expierence of its kind ever to be staged," Exhibitionism acts as the first time the iconic London band has opened up their private archives to fans and the public, exploring the history of the Stones from their roots as rowdy young rockers touring the UK to their superstar status as music royalty.
Featuring over 500 unique Rolling Stones items, including a vintage guitar gallery, instruments and lyric books, backstage and touring paraphernalia, stage designs, personal items and letters, Exhibitionism also showcases several esoteric additions to the Rolling Stones story, including fashion pieces from the likes of Gucci, Prada and Alexander McQueen and 190 original artworks from Andy Warhol, David Bailey and more. There's even a interactive sound mixing desk and recording studio experience, as well as a video screening narrated by Martin Scorsese before culminating in an immersive backstage recreation which leads to a 3D concert experience.
Exhibitionism received rave reviews from fans who experienced the exhibition in London, New York and Nashville. Now, it's time for Australia to get the full immersive Rolling Stones experience.
Exhibitionism: The Rolling Stones Experience will be showing at Sydney's International Convention Centre from Saturday November 17, 2018 to Sunday February 3, 2019. Book tickets for this unmissable exhibition via Ticketek Australia.