July 15–16, 2021

Music City Center • Nashville, TN

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Health and Safety Measures

Learn about the health and safety measures that will be put in place to help reunite our industry.

We look forward to welcoming you to Nashville and Summer NAMM!

Update: June 16, 2021 - As current health and safety regulations continue to evolve, we are following guidance from national authorities and the city of Nashville.

Read a recent update from Mayor John Cooper that outlines how Nashville is ready for a rebound. As of Friday, May 14, all COVID-19 capacity restrictions, including guidance from the CDC that led the Metro Public Health Department to also end the mask mandate, have been lifted.

We are still taking many steps to keep our community safe. If you have any questions, please contact us at info@namm.org.

Plan Your Show: Keeping You Safe

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NAMM is working closely with the City of Nashville and local authorities, following guidance from leading agencies, including the World Health Organization and Center for Disease Control, 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.

Reimagined Floor Layout

Touchless Experiences

Daily Deep Cleaning

Event Safety Best Practices


Health and Safety Plan

Your health and safety are our top priority, and our team is committed to providing details on what you can expect for your visit to Music City, as well as using the latest techniques to create a safe and productive Summer NAMM experience.

Read our health and safety plan to know what to expect before you arrive and while at Summer NAMM, along with resources to manage your experience.

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Safely Demoing Products

We know your products are meant to be held and heard, not just evaluated in cyberspace. A major component of our safe and sound plan revolves around sharing the best practices and latest techniques to safely demo products.

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International Travel

We are closely following the latest regulations and requirements to travel to the United States. As the situation continues to evolve, please reference the following resources to prepare for your trip to Nashville. Please also check with your airline, as they will be able to provide the most up-to-date details from your country of origin.

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Nashville is Good to Go

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.

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Follow the latest news from Nashville as restaurants, bars, nightclubs and local attractions continue to reopen every day.

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Upcoming Events in Music City

Summer NAMM is not the only community set to gather in Nashville in the coming months. Check out these upcoming events that are providing a safe environment to welcome their audience back.

Mötley Crüe/Def Leppard/Poison/Joan Jett
June 19, 2021
Nissan Stadium

Tractor Supply Show
June 22–25, 2021
Convening at the Music City Center

AISTech 2021
June 29–July 1, 2021
Music City Center

Let Freedom Sing! Music City July 4th
July 4, 2021
Across Nashville

Medical Association's Annual Meeting
July 7–11, 2021
Music City Center


Preparing You for a Successful Year

Make plans to exhibit or attend 2021 Summer NAMM as we set to reunite our global communities, continue to power our industry's recovery and create a more musical world.