Trap Music Museum in downtown Atlanta will reopen June 5 with safety precautions in place

Atlanta's Trap Music Museum will reopen June 5, 2020. Photo: Contributed by Trap Music Museum

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Atlanta's Trap Music Museum will reopen June 5, 2020. Photo: Contributed by Trap Music Museum

The Trap Music Museum will reopen on June 5 with a series of safety procedures in place.

The Atlanta music emporium that spotlights the work and history of homegrown artists such as T.I., 2 Chainz, Migos and 21 Savage, has been closed the past couple of months due to the coronavirus pandemic.

Those who visit the museum at 630 Travis St. will be required to adhere to social distancing in lines and throughout the museum. All employees and customers will have their temperature checked before entering and everyone will be required to wear masks. Sanitizing stations will be set up throughout the venue as well.

In January, the Trap Music Museum debuted exhibits dedicated to Cardi B and Nicki Minaj as well as art from artists Ryann Kelly, Jordan "JJ The Artist" Jones, Tiffanie "The Pretty Artist" Anderson, Ismail "Calligrafist" Sayeed, Bria "Briartise" Brooks, YoRich Bizarre and Geryn Harris.

At the time, museum general manager Krystal Garner said that she’s always had affection for “women who were able to spit bars over a dope beat” and wanted to fulfill her vow to create space in the venue for women in hip-hop.

Check the Trap Museum website for hours and days of operation. 

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