After postponing their induction ceremony due to the ongoing COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic, the Rock & Roll Hall Of Fame is rescheduling their date for later in the year.

The event is now taking place on November 7 with a live broadcast from the Public Auditorium in Cleveland, Ohio streaming on HBO.

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The Cleveland-based museum shared a statement from Rock and Roll Hall of Fame President Joel Peresman on March 12.

“We are very disappointed to announce the postponement of this year’s Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony,” Peresman says. “Our first concern is to the health and safety of our attendees and artists and we are complying to the direction of the local and state authorities and common sense. We look forward to rescheduling the ceremony and will make that announcement at the earliest convenience.”

Previously, they revealed the class of inductees including  Soundgarden, Nine Inch NailsMotorheadJudas Priest and more. The inclusion of artists such as Whitney Houston and Notorious B.I.G. sparked controversy online, dividing fans about whether they should be included.

They also revealed their list of nominees including include MC5, T. Rex, Thin Lizzy, Pat Benatar and Dave Matthews Band. Depeche Mode, the Doobie Brothers, Kraftwerk and more.

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The Rock & Roll Hall of Fame responded to one tweet explaining their reasoning behind the decision to “honor sonically diverse” artists.

Now, the ceremony is back on.

This is the first time it will be broadcasting live on HBO after it postponed from its original May 2 date.

The 35th annual ceremony is taking place at 8 PM ET on November 7 and you can learn more here.

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