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COVID-19 Response

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Music City Center is open for business. The building may look the same, but the facility has undergone many changes to provide a safe and healthy environment for you and your guests. The protocols and procedures detailed here are being evaluated and updated as needed to ensure best practices are in place. Rest assured, MCC is ready to safely host your next event.

The comprehensive Music City Center Health & Safety Guidelines document is available for download.

UPDATE: AUGUST 2021

The Music City Center is committed to its mission of supporting the greater Nashville region by attracting local and national events. Our commitment to the health and safety of our guests, employees, and the surrounding community is equally important.

MCC is closely monitoring local, state, and federal guidance on COVID-19 and its variants. Currently, there are no public health mandates for the city of Nashville or the state of Tennessee. More than 50% of Nashville-Davidson County residents are fully vaccinated, which is on trend with the rest of the country.

As the push for vaccinations continues, MCC is focused on the health and safety of scheduled events. There have been no cancellations of citywide conventions, and the facility’s calendar remains active.

For scheduled events, mask requirements vary. Currently, all MCC team members and service partners are required to wear masks while inside the facility. Event organizers may choose to mandate masks or face coverings for attendees. Any such mandate will be communicated prior to the event, and all MCC visitors in the occupied space must abide by the mandate for the duration of the event.

For routine operations, MCC has taken steps to ensure a hygienic environment for visitors by utilizing touch-free technology, providing regular cleaning of high-touch surfaces, and placing hand sanitizing stations throughout the facility.

Additional steps have been taken to ensure a comprehensive system of cleaning, disinfection, and infectious disease prevention including participation in the Nashville-area’s Good To Go safety program and accreditation as a GBAC STAR™ Facility by the Global BioRisk Advisory Council. MCC contractors and service partners adhere to the same standards.

MCC thrives on in-person events and gatherings. We’re disheartened by the recent surge in COVID-19 cases, but we are encouraged by the efforts of our staff and the entire Nashville hospitality industry to create safe spaces for visitors. We will continue to monitor the situation and adjust protocols as needed.

MCC remains committed to safely welcoming guests to Nashville.

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