The museum re-opens with three new exhibits, focused on Motown, Dave Matthews Band and Marco Antonio Solís.
The Grammy Museum at L.A. Live in Los Angeles will reopen its doors to the public on Friday, May 21, following a 14-month closure due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Museum members will have special preview days 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. It will re-open at limited capacity to maintain social distancing. In addition, the museum will provide free admission to first responders, healthcare workers and essential workers through June.
The museum will re-open with three new exhibits: "Dave Matthews Band: Inside and Out" (on view through fall), "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). Additionally, the museum's "This Is Nat King Cole" exhibit has been extended (on view through fall).