NAMM's Safe and Sound Plan
As we look forward to welcoming our industry to in-person events, NAMM is committed to hosting events that are as safe as possible.
NAMM is working closely with the City of Nashville and local authorities on a detailed plan utilizing the latest event safety and security measures to create a safe and sound, business-conducive environment to reunite our communities at 2021 Summer NAMM.
Updates to the show will include:
Reimagined Floor Layout
- Wider aisles, more space to physical distance and outdoor networking areas
- There will be more space for all at Music City Center
- Working with all attendees to help keep each other safe
- Conveniently located around the Music City Center
- New solutions to minimize physical contact and protect attendees
Nashville is Good to Go
Nashville is also preparing to host our industry. Good to Go is a hospitality safety program created by The Nashville Convention & Visitors Corp, in cooperation with Vanderbilt Health, Ryman Hospitality Properties and SERVPRO, to help businesses in every industry implement health and safety guidelines. They have been working since May 2020 to welcome guests back to their city.
The NAMM Show
Plans are underway for The 2022 NAMM Show, a global reunion in Southern California.
As the situation continues to evolve, be sure to check back for the latest updates on namm.org. As we look ahead, we are heartened to see Disneyland reopening, the MLB welcoming back fans and Super Bowl LVI set to stage in Southern California. Anaheim is providing a weekly update series to keep those traveling to Anaheim up-to-date on the latest news.