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Smokey Robinson was among those who visited the museum's site.

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Robinson with Otis Williams, Martha Reeves and other Motown veterans at Hitsville Next,

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Celebrated the grand opening of the newly established Rocket Plaza, an educational programming and creative center.

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The historic section of Detroit where Motown Records founder Berry Gordy Jr.

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Having built his music empire six decades ago, it is now looking better than ever.

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Robinson and Williams were an original founding members of The Temptations at the festival,

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who gifted a microphone from his personal collection to the museum.

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The museum will continue to be housed in the famous "Hitsville, USA" building at 2648 West Grand Boulevard.

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The second stage is Rocket Plaza, which is an outdoor plaza and will serve as a reception for museum visitors.

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"This Plaza is Motown's new front porch," said Robin Terry, president and CEO of the Motown Museum.