Carson City exhibit celebrates Rock and Pinball Machines

CARSON CITY, Nevada (KOLO) – If you like Pinball and Rock ‘n Roll. there’s something you’ll want to check out in Carson City. Nine original, fully playable pinball machines will be featured at the Brewery Arts Center. “Part of the Machine” is a traveling exhibit that hails from the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame in Cleveland, Ohio. From Metallica to Elvis, the Beatles and Alice Cooper, machines are made to be played. They also have matching artifacts on display right next to them.

“So we have the Alice Cooper pinball machine that comes with her electric chair from the Welcome to My to My Nightmare tour built by one of her roadies,” says Mike Wiencek, Brewery Arts Center director of operations.

He says the exhibit will appeal to those who love classic rock and there is something all age groups can enjoy.

“It’s really special for us and we hope it affects everyone,” says Wiencek. “It’s really great. It’s flashy, it’s loud. There’s a lot of music with the machines and the bells and whistles, but it adds to the excitement.

“The exhibit opens July 23, 2022 and will be at the Brewery Arts Center for a minimum of three months. Admission is $10 per adult and $5 per student, which includes one dollar back in terms to play Each play is 25 cents, however, guests can experience the exhibit for free every Saturday night from 5-7 p.m. before the start of the Levitt AMP Concerts until August 27, 2022.

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