Due to the recent rise in Delta variant cases, CMH is reinstating proof of vaccination and/or negative PCR test within 72 hours of entry to events at Chelsea Music Hall, effective, August 5th.

We understand that for some, vaccination requirements raise questions of accessibility and inclusivity, We are choosing to reinstate these guidelines not as a way to discriminate, but in order to create an environment of safety and comfort at our events during this complex time. Our first priority is the safety of our staff, artists, and audiences, while we intend to grow our community and continue to present the most artful, cultural, educational, and diverse variety of performances under the streets of Chelsea and Meatpacking.

If you’ve purchased tickets to an upcoming event through DICE APP, and you’re unable to complete or unwilling to comply with these guidelines up to 72 hours prior to a ticketed event, please contact help@dice.fm

Thank you for your patience with our security and staff while we do our part to keep the lights on and the curtains up, and thanks for performing your piece in conjunction with the city and state guidelines.

When you get to the venue @ 15th Street b/t Ninth and Tenth Aves., please have your ID, vax cards or proof of negative tests, and tickets out, as you take your place in line; our staff will approach; unfortunately, if you have a fever, you will not be admitted to the venue.

“N.Y.C. will require workers and customers show proof of at least one dose for indoor dining and other activities… people fully vaccinated in the state of New York, or New Yorkers vaccinated out of state, can get an Excelsior pass, which confirms vaccination against city and state records. Everyone, however, can use the city’s new app, NYC Covid Safe, because it is simply a digital photo album that stores a picture that a person takes of their own vaccination card and does not double check it against any registry. A paper card from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention… accepted, too.”

We are accepting Moderna or Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine, or 1 dose of the Johnson & Johnson vaccine more than 14 days prior to an event. We are also accepting any vaccine currently recognized and approved by the CDC or WHO, including international vaccines such as Oxford/AstraZeneca: Vaxzevria, Sinopharm: BBIBP-CorV, and Sinovac: CoronaVac.

You may also enter an event if you are able to provide proof of a COVID negative PCR test taken within 72 hours of the event you’re attending.

Masks and social distancing are not required, however – following current CDC guidance – are strongly encouraged at this time.

CMH staff will continue to wear masks, indoors.

Valid proof of vaccination includes:
New York State Excelsior Pass (https://epass.ny.gov/home)
A CDC-issued paper vaccination card, or photo of vaccination card
Any other New York State accepted digital vaccination status app
Any officially recognized State or International digital vaccination status app Vaccination proof must match your valid ID

What is Chelsea Music Hall?
Paying homage to the revelry and rich entertainment culture of Chelsea’s past, the Chelsea Music Hall will showcase a diverse mix of immersive theatre and performances ranging from emerging acts to established artists and world-renowned DJs that are attracted to the intimacy of the room as well as the quality sound system.

Performances will include all types of live music, DJs, comedy, art and theatre and guests are encouraged to pop in any night to discover a piece of NYC culture.

Why should people go to Chelsea Music Hall?
To put it simply: amazing entertainment and DJs, drinks, and good times.


Who is behind Chelsea Music Hall?
Chip Quigley (Kingdom Entertainment: Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show, The International Emmy Awards, etc.), Michael Barrett (China Club, The Tippler) and Michael Ginsberg (Chelsea Market, The Tippler), the collective CMH Presents team has been managing talent and hospitality at famed venues sized fifty to fifty-thousand for over forty years, ensuring the highest level of hospitality for both artists and their fans.


What should I wear?
Come as you are. Chelsea Music Hall may be underground, but all are welcome. On any given night, locals and visitors should expect to see and hear the best theatre, DJs, comedy, music and art in an intimate setting and feel comfortable staying around to dance into the night.


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