Hard Rock Cafe Niagara Falls USA

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333 Prospect St. Niagara Falls, NY 14303
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Hours of Operation

Restaurant Hours:

Sun - Thu 11:00AM - 11:00PM
Fri & Sat 11:00AM - 12:00AM

Closed on: Thursday, November 23rd

Closed on: Sunday, December 24th and Monday, December 25th

 

ROCK SHOP® HOURS:

Sun - Thu 11:00AM - 11:00PM
Fri & Sat 11:00AM- 12:00AM

Hard Rock Cafe Niagara Falls USA Memorabilia

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Billy Idol Jacket

Billy Idol Jacket

In many ways, Billy Idol was responsible for bringing the British punk aesthetic into the mainstream. Though his career started with the group Generation X and he was a mainstay of the London scene that spawned bands like the Sex Pistols and the Clash, Billy was just too charismatic and pretty to be anything less than a full-blown pop star. This studded jacket is from Billy’s 1980s heyday – when he was always decked out in black leather and sporting those amazing sterling crucifix and knife pendants (created by jeweler/blues guitarist Robin “The Hammer” Ludwig). Heady days for Mr. Idol.

Bono sunglasses

Bono sunglasses

These Emporio Armani sunglasses are from U2 lead singer Bono's massive collection of shades. He attempted to explain his ubiquitous sunglasses in a Rolling Stone interview. “I have very sensitive eyes to light", he said, "If somebody takes my photograph, I will see the flash for the rest of the day. My right eye swells up. I’ve a blockage there, so that my eyes go red a lot. So it’s part vanity, part privacy, and part sensitivity.” We're thinking it's mostly vanity, though.

CBGB wall

CBGB

When legendary New York nightclub CBGB closed in 2006, a very good thing came to a sad end. Much more than just the wonderfully sleazy and decadent Bowery bar that served as punk rock's incubator in the ’70s, CBGB was quite possibly the last great rock ’n’ roll watering hole. As the world's foremost collectors of music memorabilia, we knew we had to get a piece of “CBs.” In fact, we were the first ones to do so after the joint closed. The place was just too cool to grab a trinket or two, so we went ahead and snagged the very walls from this beautiful sleazebucket. The old cliché “if walls could talk” has never been more apropos.

Elton John Vest

Elton John Vest

This multi–colored King Tut costume was worn by Elton John at the Troubadour Club and UCLA in August, 1975. The Troubadour show marked the 5th Anniversary of his groundbreaking concert there. He made his triumphant return to the legendary West Hollywood nightclub like a conquering pharaoh.

Jimi Hendrix

Jimi Hendrix

Here’s one of the most iconic guitars in our collection – a 1967 Fender Stratocaster that belonged to Jimi Hendrix. This battered and beautiful old Strat shows a few of the battle scars that most Hendrix-played guitars exhibit. The wear pattern on the lower part of the body is from Jimi’s forearm (remember that Hendrix played Strats upside-down) and the rest of the wear on this axe is simply from countless stages, trucks, roadies, blood and sweat.

Megadeth Jacket

Megadeth Jacket

Every self-respecting rocker must own a distressed leather motorcycle jacket. It’s part of the uniform. This one was Megadeth bassist James Lomenzo’s and he wore it both onstage and in the video for “A Tout le Monde”. The song was extremely controversial – MTV refused to air it, claiming it was pro-suicide.

Prince Jacket

Prince Jacket

Though Prince’s career has had more highlights than a Michael Jordan fan reel, his 1983 masterpiece, Purple Rain, stands out as one of the greatest musical achievements in his – or anyone else’s – career. This lovely little (real little) jacket was worn onstage by the man himself during the Purple Rain tour.

Stone Temple Pilots

Stone Temple Pilots

Singing through a bullhorn became a popular move with '90s rockers and STP's resident mouthpiece/snake charmer, Scott Weiland, put this puppy through its paces on many a concert stage. Most of the '90s guys, including Weiland, pilfered the bullhorn thing from Butthole Surfers vocalist Gibby Haynes.

Slash shirt

Slash shirt

A t-shirt this plain may not be the most exciting thing to look at, but it was worn onstage by Slash in both G&R and his short-lived post-Guns band, Snakepit. Therefore, it’s awesome.

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