California Lifts COVID Restrictions
With case rates lowering across the state, the California Department of Public Health (CDPH) has announced that effective April 1, Covid-19 vaccine verification or proof of negative test for Indoor Mega Events (defined as more than 1,000 people) will no longer be required. All restrictions on capacity limitations, physical distancing and requirements for face coverings will also be lifted.
See the latest guidance from the CDPH.
This means that attendees of The 2022 NAMM Show will not need to show proof of vaccination, or ntest results for entrance to the show, and masks will not be required either.
However, we continue to take steps to create a show environment that is as safe and sound as possible. The Anaheim Convention Center will continue to ensure unparalleled service while taking steps to keep attendees, exhibitors, partners and event organizers safe. The Convention Center will continue to provide enhanced cleaning and disinfection practices within the building, maintain their top-notch air quality and ventilation system, and provide more than 200 sanitizing stations across the NAMM Campus.