How we’re keeping The BRIT Awards safeWe can’t wait to celebrate with you at the biggest night in music on February 8th at the O2 arena in London!
All guests are to present an NHS COVID Pass on entry to demonstrate vaccine status or a negative test result (limited evidenced exemptions will be permitted).
Guests are also requested to take a lateral flow test within 24 hours of the event.
Under 18's do not need to show a COVID Pass, as advised by the NHS, but are still requested to test prior to the event.
Guests to The O2 are requested to wear a face covering while at venue, these can be removed while eating, drinking and dancing.
The venue has a limited bag policy in place. If you do need to bring a bag, the following are permitted:
o A4 size clear bag for contact-free searching
o A5 size non-clear bag for manual searching
More information is available here and is subject to change.
The 2021 BRIT Awards took place in May 2021 and was a part of the government’s Events Research Programme. We have taken everything we have learnt from holding that event into this year’s event, to ensure that it can be as safe as can possibly be.
Everybody at The BRIT Awards working at the O2 Arena, including bar and production staff, will be tested when they first arrive on site. They will be tested again after three days, and production staff will be required to wear masks and socially distance where possible, to protect themselves, the public, and the incredible artists who will be present at the 2022 BRIT Awards.
See you on the 8th!