Portland House Of Music and Events and Coronavirus/COVID-19

(Updated 5/1/2020)

Information continues to come in rapidly and we continue to source our information from The World Health Organization as well as the Maine and
National Center for Disease Control. We have also been following and conforming to the orders from Gov. Janet Mills as well as Portland City Manager Jon Jennings. We highly encourage you to follow these orders as well.

We are excited to say that our state has a plan for a safe reopen. We believe we will be able to host 10 person gatherings in June. We will do this by live streaming bands from our stage! To adhere to the 10-person maximum gathering guidelines, these shows will not be open to the public, only the performers and the 2 tech personnel needed to execute these shows. We look forward to bringing light, hope, and positivity to you in your living room! You can find the live streaming music we have to offer here:


We are excited to see all of our PHOME family, and plan to follow the Governors guidelines of allowing 50 person gatherings in July. Yes, we hope to be making music for groups of 50 in July! We do know and understand that the guidelines are fluid and may change as we get closer, yet we remain optimistic. If these guidelines do change, we ask you all to understand they are changing for the safety of us all.

Stay informed here on our website for upcoming live streams and reopening details. Full band live stream schedule coming soon.

If you have purchased tickets to any upcoming shows, we will be happy to refund your tickets. For refunds, please email refund@portlandhouseofmusic.com

Please keep practicing social distancing, wash your hands thoroughly, stay
educated, stay positive. If we do our parts to stay safe and prevent the spread of the virus, we can avoid the 2nd wave.


Ken Bell
Owner and Operator 
Portland House Of Music and Events