Approximately a year after the coronavirus pandemic closed the Grammy Museum, it will reopen next month. The museum in downtown Los Angeles announced Tuesday that it would be open to the public on May 21. The museum will launch with three new exhibits \u2014 \u201cMotown: The Sound of Young America,\u201d \u201cDave Matthews Band: Inside and Out\u201d, and \u201cY Para Siempre\u2026 Marco Antonio Sol\u00eds.\u201d The museum will open at limited capacity to maintain social distancing, following guidelines provided by L.A. County. Attendees will be required to wear face masks and have their temperatures checked. The museum will also provide social distancing marks, hand sanitizing stations and a touchless visitor experience. Free admission will be granted to first responders, health care workers and essential workers through June. The Grammy Museum is a nonprofit organization through The Recording Academy, which annually produces the Grammy Awards. The museum will celebrate its reopening with a members-only virtual event featuring Grammy-winning singer-songwriter Brandi Carlile on May 13. Taking advantage of the 50th anniversary of the Grammy Awards, the GRAMMY Museum opened in downtown Los Angeles's L.A. Live in December 2008.