Your Guide To Attending The MMVAs

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MMVA wristbands for our scream-worthy parking lot performances have been distributed! Still want to experience the biggest party of the summer? Follow @Much on Twitter and keep your eyes peeled for our “RT to win” messages. The final contest will take place on June 20th.

To attend the red carpet show on John Street, fans (14+) may begin lining up at the north-west corner of Richmond and John Street no earlier than 12pm on Sunday, June 21. Wristbands are not needed for the red carpet show. Our standing-room only bleachers are filled on a first-come, first-served basis by our production staff, and there are no “in and out” privileges (but we’ll have facilities onsite for our “well hydrated” fans.) Celeb arrivals will begin around 6pm and end around 8:15pm, and fans will be closer than ever to the action. Please try to avoid bringing large bags, as we want to fit as many screams as possible! If you have a wristband for the parking lot performances, we don’t recommend attending the red carpet, since we can’t guarantee your admission into the parking lot after 7pm.

Want to see the parking lot performances but didn’t score a wristband? Queen Street traffic will be closed to vehicles/streetcars and open to pedestrians only (all ages welcome) on the day of the show. The street audience will be filled on a first-come, first-served basis by our security and production staff. Fans may begin lining up at the north-west corner of Queen and John Street no earlier than 12pm on Sunday.

FYI: There is no stage on John Street this year. All presenters and performers will be appearing in the parking lot, ensuring fans get to experience the whole show from one location. We can assure you that the view from Queen Street is AMAZING.

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