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EARLY EVENT REGISTRATION (BEFORE 3/5/20) IS FREE: 

Registration Fee of $25.00 is waived for current members of the Klipsch Museum of Audio History and/or if you paid to register for the Klipsch Pilgrimage, you will be asked to enter a code that will be provided to all members and registrants 

 

TO REGISTER FOR KLIPSCH MUSEUM EVENTS 

CLICK THIS LINKhttps://klipschmuseum.z2systems.com/event.jsp?event=2&


Thursday, March 19th 

► All events Thursday will be held at the PWK Education Center*

 

5:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m.
Early Check-in for Pilgrimage Attendees
 

5:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m.
Dinner for Pilgrimage Attendees, Klipsch Museum Members, and Klipsch Plant Employees

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Menu: Beef and/or Chicken Fajitas with all the trimmings 

Made possible by a generous donation from Klipsch Group, Inc.

 

7:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m.
Socializing and Music

The Museum plans to have one of the finest and rarest audio systems Klipsch ever made on display and playing music into the evening.

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Presented by Klipsch Museum of Audio History


Friday, March 20th

 

5:00 p.m. to 6:30 pm 
Dinner

► Location: Hope City Hall grounds "under the tent" (Hope City Hall)**
Cost: $20
Menu: Brisket and Chicken (half serving of both, or full serving of one) with potato salad, coleslaw, baked beans
Donations accepted

 

7:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m.
Klipsch Museum of Audio History Benefit Concert*

► Location: Historic Klipsch Auditorium located at Hope City Hall
Cost: $20.00 general admission ticket / $30.00 VIP reserved ticket

Texas guitar slinger Ian Moore and his band will be performing his legendary blend of blues-rock tunes. One hundred percent of the proceeds of this event will go to the Museum Building Fund to restore and repair the Feild House (recently purchased by the Museum).

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This event is sponsored and funded by Klipsch Group, Inc. who are also supplying a custom speaker system for the event. Sound Design and Engineering by Chief Bonehead.
Presented by Klipsch Museum of Audio History

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9:30 p.m. to Midnight
Let’s Hear Your Rig: Socializing and Music

► Location: PWK Education Center (Hope Airport)

Bring your own gear to the Education Center for listening. The Museum plans to have the new Klipschorn (AK6), La Scala (AL5), Cornwall IV and Heresy IV set up and playing but if you want to hear them on your rig, bring it down. There might even be a surprise or two for you to listen to.

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Presented by Klipsch Museum of Audio History


Saturday, March 21st

 

9:00 to 11:00 a.m.
New Klipsch Heritage Speaker Listening

► Location: PWK Education Center (Hope Airport)                                                               

You may have heard that Klipsch has updated the Klipschorn® (AK6), La Scala® (AL5), Cornwall® (IV) and the Heresy® (IV). Here is your chance to listen to these phenomenal speakers (and maybe Jubilees) for hours on end. Bring your own vinyl, or listen to ours. Horn-loaded bass snob? Go to the PWK Auditorium. Want to see how low the new Heresy IV and Cornwall IV go? Head to the Education Center. 

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Presented by Klipsch Museum of Audio History

 

11:00 a.m. to 11:30 a.m.
Klipsch Heritage Museum Association, Inc. Annual Meeting and Election

Open to everyone to attend, voting limited to current paid members
► Location: PWK Education Center (Hope Airport)

Click here for membership information

 

11:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.
Lunch

► Location: PWK Education Center
Cost: $15
Menu: Catfish OR Bacon Parmesan Crusted Chicken Breast.

 

2:00 pm. to 5:00 p.m.
Chief Bonehead Education Class (Lite)
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Location: PWK Education Center (Hope Airport)

Couldn’t make the first Chief Bonehead Education Class last October? We’re not going to lie, there is no way to get all of that in a three-hour presentation, but Klipsch Museum Trustee and Education Chairman Roy Delgado, Jr. is planning to discuss some of the highlights of his “Deep Dive" Class. He will discuss the current Klipsch lineup, what he is cooking up for his next class, and he might even answer a question or two without answering it with a question. Note: No video or audio recording will be allowed during this event

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Presented by Klipsch Museum of Audio History

 

6:00 p.m. to 7:30 p.m.
No Host Cocktails and Dinner
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Location: Dos Logo Gringos (located in Walmart Shopping Center near the Best Western and Super 😎
Cost: $20
Menu: Cash bar and choice of Country Fried Steak; Pork Chop; Quesadilla Bowl or Pollo Rancheros

9:00 p.m. to 2:00 a.m.
Spin Sessions

Hosted by Mark Casavant and Matt Sommers
► Location: Klipsch Auditorium (Hope City Hall)**

You are the DJ! Bring your favorite music, sign up for a 20-minute block and demo your playlist on a wide selection of Klipsch Heritage loudspeakers. These long-form listening sessions are set up to accommodate vinyl, CD and digital formats. Prizes will be awarded for best and most unique compilations, so bring your best tracks! Not into spinning, but love listening to music? Swing by, sit back and enjoy a refreshment while listening to great music through amazing speakers – with songs hand-picked by your fellow audio enthusiasts! When you register you will see an option to register for this free event. We will contact you to select the time for your twenty-minute slot.

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Presented by Klipsch Group, Inc.


TO REGISTER FOR KLIPSCH MUSEUM EVENTS 

CLICK THIS LINKhttps://klipschmuseum.z2systems.com/event.jsp?event=2&

 

 

Event Location Details 

*PWK Education Center (Hope Municipal Airport)

The PWK Education Center is located on the grounds of the Hope Municipal Airport (see overview map below).

Address: Airport Rd, Hope, AR

PWK Education Center at Hope Airport

 

Google Maps Shot

 

**Klipsch Auditorium

The Klipsch Auditorium is a 400-seat capacity theater on the top floor of Hope City Hall. This facility was updated 1995 with the larger City Hall renovation but remains similar to how it looked when it was built in 1926. In 2019 the Klipsch Museum of Audio History arranged with the City of Hope to lease the Auditorium to provide a wide range of events highlighting the history of Paul W. Klipsch and his company, Klipsch & Associates.

Address: Hope City Hall 206 W. Ave A, Hope, AR 71801

Hope City Hall


Klipsch®, Klipschorn®, La Scala®, Cornwall®, Heresy® and Klipsch Pilgrimage© have registered trademarks and/or copyrights of Klipsch Group, Inc. and are used with their permission. All rights reserved.

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Hi,

 

Is this a complete list of events? Are there any events on Friday between the Thursday early check-in, dinner, and socializing, and the Friday evening dinner and concert?

 

Thanks,

 

Rory

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5 hours ago, Taterworks said:

Hi,

 

Is this a complete list of events? Are there any events on Friday between the Thursday early check-in, dinner, and socializing, and the Friday evening dinner and concert?

 

Thanks,

 

Rory

The Friday morning event is the tours of the plant and employee apreciation lunch which is run seperately by the fans and coordinated by Christy @dtel's wife. You go to this link to register for that event.

 

 

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This post is respectfully directed to all Klipsch Forum members, Klipsch Group and to the KMAH Members:

 

As many of many of you may be aware, my wife, Verna and I have been constant supporters of the Klipsch forum, pilgrimages and now the museum for some 18 years. And as of last year,  we're proud to say that our son Bill is now a member of the forum (pickys son) and a pilgrimage attendee as well. We three had planned to attend this year's pilgrimage in Hope next month. However, for the past year, my wonderful bride has endured all of the horrors associated with going through breast cancer, chemotherapy and radiation therapy. I am thrilled to say she came through it all quite well. It was initially our belief that by this March, she would most likely be back on track physically. Unfortunately, such is not the case: Daily fatigue can sometimes overwhelm her days: Even though she might have gotten eight hours of sleep the night prior, by one or two o'clock in the afternoon, it's become commonplace for her to lay down in bed and sleep soundly for 3 to 4 hours, only for her again to need to retire early in the evenings. Therefore, yesterday morning, she and I discussed with seriousness, the notion of our attending this year's 2020 Klipsch Pilgrimage in Hope. We live in Michigan. Sadly, it is our belief that with the 14 hour-drive down and back, the exciting, activity-laden, early starting/late ending days that typically each pilgrimage in the past has brought to our experience, are something that Verna is simply not ready to negotiate just yet. We have both come to the realization that it could take up to a year for Verna's lifestyle to normalize. Because of this, it is with heavy hearts that we, together with our son, must announce that we have regrettably chosen to bow out of this year's pilgrimage. We shall miss seeing all of you and are sorry we will miss all of the events as well as the many trips out to Rodney's Farm. We do, however, hope to attend next year's 75 Year Anniversary Celebration, wherever it takes place! May God bless you all!

 

Kindest regards, Glenn, Verna and Bill

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Glenn,

Tell Verna she will be in our prayers. My wife so enjoyed visiting (well me too) with her the past 2 pilgrimages.

  God Bless you both.

                 Eric

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On 2/13/2020 at 3:07 AM, dwilawyer said:

The Friday morning event is the tours of the plant and employee apreciation lunch which is run seperately by the fans and coordinated by Christy @dtel's wife. You go to this link to register for that event.

 

I found the schedule for those events in a different thread that I didn't notice before (the itinerary). Thank you.

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I have just discovered this event, what a great idea. I was a Klipsch dealer in the 70's, knew Paul personally. Some old friends and I are planning to come. I have a Lance camper on an F250. I also will have a dog with me. Is there camping onsite? Perhaps at the airport?

I do not need hookups.

Sam Fry

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33 minutes ago, Sam Fry said:

I have just discovered this event, what a great idea. I was a Klipsch dealer in the 70's, knew Paul personally. Some old friends and I are planning to come. I have a Lance camper on an F250. I also will have a dog with me. Is there camping onsite? Perhaps at the airport?

I do not need hookups.

Sam Fry

Hey Sam, the Super 8 is pet friendly. In addition, I believe there are RV spots at Newton Ranch if you wish to stay out there (Christy can get you more information on that) or if you want a spot in town (no hookups) let me know and I can get you set up.

 

Travis 

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Searching the internet, I don't come up with anything for Newton Ranch? I don't really need hookups, and since part of the event is at the airport, I thought there may be parking there?  (I am a licensed pilot, if that helps).

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1 hour ago, Sam Fry said:

Searching the internet, I don't come up with anything for Newton Ranch? I don't really need hookups, and since part of the event is at the airport, I thought there may be parking there?  (I am a licensed pilot, if that helps).

Sent you a PM

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