Travel and Fair Entry Guidance | Frieze New York 2022

Your essential information on travel to the United States and Frieze COVID-19 protocols at the fair

Domestic and International Travel Guidance

Please check the CDC’s travel guidelines for the most up-to-date domestic and international travel guidance for the United States.  

Requirements for entry to the fair

In order to access the fair all visitors aged 2 and over must wear a medical-grade face mask and provide proof of one of the following:  

  • All visitors aged 12 and over must provide proof of full course COVID-19 vaccination completed at least 14 days ahead of their visit   
  • All visitors aged 5-11 must provide proof of at least one course of COVID-19 vaccination completed at least 14 days ahead of their visit   
  • All visitors aged 18 and over must also provide appropriate photo identification matching the name on the vaccination proof   

Please note, since national guidance can change, Frieze reserves the right to modify the required documents and protocols at any time. Please check back ahead of your visit. 
If you feel unwell before your visit, please get in touch with us as soon as possible on frieze.seetickets.com/customerservice for more information on refunds. 

What is your advice for ticket buyers who have COVID-19 symptoms/a positive test result – will you refund them if they are unable to attend?     
Anyone who is symptomatic or has a positive test result should remain at home and get in touch with us as soon as possible and before their visit, on frieze.seetickets.com/customerservice with their booking reference number for more information on refunds.  

How do you define a full vaccination course?    
All WHO vaccines will be recognized if the full course has been completed more than 14 days before visiting the fair: Moderna, Pfizer, Astra Zeneca, J&J. 
We strongly recommend that visitors who are eligible for their booster vaccine ensure they receive it before attending the fair.   

I recently had COVID-19. Can I attend the fair?    
If you have recently tested positive for COVID-19 and only recently recovered, then we ask that you refer to the most recent government health advice.