The GRAMMY Museum will reopen its doors to the public after its closure due to the COVID-19 pandemic on Friday, May 21. Museum members will have special preview days the prior weekend on Saturday, May 15, and Sunday, May 16. During the first phase of reopening, the Museum will follow guidelines provided by L.A. County for museums and open at limited capacity to maintain social distancing. In addition, the GRAMMY Museum will be providing free admission to first responders, healthcare workers, and essential workers through June 2021.
The Museum will open with three new major exhibits, Dave Matthews Band: Inside and Out (on view through fall 2021), Y Para Siempre… Marco Antonio Solís (on view through spring 2022), and the previously announced Motown: The Sound Of Young America presented by City National Bank (on view through winter 2021). More info about each exhibit to be announced soon. Additionally, the Museum’s This is Nat King Cole exhibit has been extended (on view through fall 2021).
“We’re thrilled that the day has come that we can reopen our doors and welcome our community back to the GRAMMY Museum, including free admission to first responders, healthcare and essential workers through June 2021 to show our deepest gratitude,” said Michael Sticka, President of the GRAMMY Museum. “We have a wide-range of new exhibits for visitors to experience and I’m proud of our hard-working team who has made sure the Museum is safe and enjoyable for all.”
The Museum will celebrate its reopening with a special members-only virtual event taking place on Thursday, May 13 at 5:30 pm PT. A Reopening Celebration with the GRAMMY Museum includes a recently-recorded interview and performance with Brandi Carlile and a first look at the new exhibits.
Visitors must make reservations at www.grammymuseum.org.
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