We’re looking forward to a safe and productive Spring Market

After hosting a successful fall 2020 event – and moving our spring dates to allow for the disruptions of the past year to ease – we are confident and optimistic as we prepare to greet you in June.

Please follow North Carolina’s 3 W’s

Wear a cloth covering over your nose and mouth.

Wait 6 feet apart. Avoid close contact.

Wash your hands often with soap and water for at least 20 seconds or use hand sanitizer.

What To Expect

You will continue to see the same safety procedures that have become common practice everywhere. Of course, they will be updated according to any new guidelines or mandates. Changes will be announced here; please check here for the most recent information.

Daily Health Checks

Your first stop, every day you are here

You will be required to complete a health check at one of these designated areas, each day you are at Market. Those who pass the screening will receive a colored bracelet to wear for the day, indicating a successful check. You must show the proper bracelet for the day to gain access to any Market buildings or services in the Market district.

A health check will consist of:

No-contact temperature check
You must be below 100.4 degrees Fahrenheit. If you register 100.4 or above on your first check, you may sit down for 15 minutes, and then ask for another reading.

Symptom screening
You must be able to answer that you have not had close or prolonged contact with anyone having or suspected of having COVID-19 or its symptoms in the last 14 days, and are not currently experiencing any of the following COVID-19 symptoms:

  • Fever
  • Chills
  • Sore Throat
  • Cough
  • Muscle pain
  • Headache
  • Nausea
  • Loss of taste or smell
  • Shortness of breath or difficulty breathing
  • Vomiting or diarrhea
  • Nasal Congestion

The average health check takes 28 seconds, so we’ll get you on your way quickly.

Health Check Locations

Primary Station

Center Stage between Showplace and the Transportation Terminal

Look for

Additional Stations

You may also complete your health check at any of the following locations, but please bear in mind that dates and hours of operation will vary:

Enhanced Cleaning Protocols

Surfaces will be disinfected regularly each day. Hand sanitation stations will be readily available throughout Market.

If you are concerned about cleaning protocols for your hotel, please contact the hotel for information regarding their policies and procedures.

Keeping you safe from point to point

All of our transportation routes will be available, and operating at 50% capacity. Face coverings will be required to board.

Downtown Market District
Go-Anywhere shuttles will serve all Market showrooms and events, and may be boarded at any of our shuttle stops. The Red and Green lines will not be operating. If you need to secure a shuttle for your party, please call 336.887.RIDE (7433).

Airport Shuttles
We are providing service to the Piedmont Triad (GSO), Raleigh (RDU), and Charlotte (CLT) airports. Reservations required for shuttles to and from the Raleigh (RDU) and Charlotte (CLT) airports.

Hotel Shuttles
Our hotel shuttle routes have changed. Please check our Hotel Shuttles page to see if your hotel is being served.

Ensuring safe at-Market dining

All meals will be served plated or wrapped by persons wearing gloves and other protective equipment.

To facilitate outdoor dining, we are offering an increased number of food trucks in the Market district. Indoor dining options will also be available.

Our complete list of at-market dining options will be available in late May.

Reserve your showroom times

All showrooms will operate at 50% capacity. The best way to make sure you can get in when you want to visit is to make an appointment, and some exhibitors will require one. Use our Exhibitor search to find the showrooms you want to visit and their contact information. Create a MyMarket account to save your personalized list of showroom stops.

Please Note:
Attending any public event, or going to any venue where people are present, carries an inherent risk of exposure to COVID-19. This contagious disease can lead to severe illness and may cause death. Senior citizens and persons with underlying medical conditions are especially vulnerable. By attending High Point Market, you take full responsibility for any and all risks associated with exposure to COVID-19.