In March, the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum invited fans around the globe to vote for the greatest festival moments in the history of rock and roll. Thousands of votes were cast, and when the results were tallied, a Top 10 emerged.

Today, they will unveil the exhibit Common Ground: The Music Festival Experience, in conjunction with the list created by fan vote.

Topping the list is Jimi Hendrix at the 1967 Monterey International Pop Music Festival. Monterey performances grabbed three of the slots on the list, with Janis Joplin and Otis Redding among the standouts. Santana and Sly and the Family Stone represented Woodstock, and from Live Aid we have Queen and U2.

The Top 10 music festival performances of all-time are:

• 1) Jimi Hendrix Experience - Monterey International Pop Music Festival (1967)

• 2) Big Brother and the Holding Company featuring Janis Joplin - Monterey (1967)

• 3) Queen - Live Aid (1985)

• 4) Santana - Woodstock Music and Art Fair (1969)

• 5) Bob Dylan - Newport Folk Festival when he went electric (1965)

• 6) Otis Redding - Monterey (1967)

• 7) Nine Inch Nails - Woodstock '94

• 8) Sly and the Family Stone - Woodstock (1969)

• 9) U2 - Live Aid (1985)

• 10) Muddy Waters - Newport Jazz Festival (1960)