The Rolling Stones exhibit stopping in Nashville in March

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NEW YORK, NY - NOVEMBER 15: (L-R) Ronnie Wood, Keith Richards, Mick Jagger, and Charlie Watts of The Rolling Stones attend The Rolling Stones celebrate the North American debut of Exhibitionism at Industria in the West Village on November 15, 2016 in New York City. (Photo by Theo Wargo/Getty Images for The Rolling Stones) *** Local Caption *** Ronnie Wood; Keith Richards; Mick Jagger; Charlie Watts

Calling all Rolling Stones fans - this one is for you.

The iconic rock band is bringing their only major exhibition to Nashville on March 29. Tickets go on sale Feb. 14.

The immersive 3-D experience displays the band's impact on pop culture in music, fashion art and film, according to organizers. It will be staged in the Musicians Hall of Fame, inside the Nashville Municipal Auditorium.

“The Rolling Stones Exhibit is a once-in-a-lifetime, immersive experience that tells the story of the most influential rock band in the world,” said Joe Chambers, Founder and CEO of the Musicians Hall of Fame and Museum. “We’re all in for a rare treat. Hosting The Rolling Stones Exhibit here at the Musicians Hall of Fame and Museum and pairing it with our museum that celebrates the achievements of all musicians around the globe establishes a can’t miss destination worth travelling from anywhere for music fans.”

Highlights of the Rolling Stones Exhibit

  • More than 500 rare items out together with help from the band
  • Spans 50 years of fashion
  • 190 Original artworks
  • Vintage instruments
  • Interactive sound mixing desks and recording studio
  • Screening cinema with exclusive content
  • 3D concert finale

The stop in Nashville marks the fourth and final U.S. stop before heading overseas.