Your safe visit at FABRIC DAYS thanks to extensive hygiene- and safety measures


“Back to Business” will be the motto in just a few days at FABRIC DAYS from 1 – 3 September 2020 at the MOC, Munich. What can you expect there? New material developments, inspiration and important exchange with the industry!

FABRIC DAYS offers you and the industry the right format to return to business: a professional event, a select portfolio and an inspiring trend forum under the seasonal title “HOPETIMISM” for Autumn.Winter 21/22.

“We are well aware of the great responsibility and challenge that comes with organising an event in the current times. In close cooperation with the authorities and Messe München, we have succeeded in implementing a series of measures that go far beyond the local and international protection requirements. So, nothing stands in the way of a professional trade fair visit in a safe environment.”

Frank Junker, Creative Director Munich Fabric Start

Please take a look at the safety and hygiene measures taken in our final hygiene- and safety concept as well as in our regular Covid-19 updates on the FABRIC DAYS homepage. In the FAQ on hygiene and safety, we answer all your possible questions based on the hygiene concept for trade fairs of the Bavarian state government. On site, suitable media and specially trained personnel will inform you about the hygiene rules.

Our extensive measures for your safety

  • Minimum distance: In general, the minimum distance of 1.5m to other persons must be maintained, which is made possible by floor markings, appropriate aisle widths and guided directions.
  • Mouth and nose cover: In general, the obligation to wear a mouth and nose cover applies to all persons throughout the entire interior area of the trade fair. This does not include tables in separate catering areas and cafés as well as the outdoor area, provided that the minimum distance can be maintained.
  • Hand hygiene: Please do not shake hands. A high density of disinfection, hand washing and hygiene facilities are provided.
  • Disinfection of work surfaces: Exhibitors regularly disinfect the work surfaces within their own stand areas. The event organiser is responsible for the regular cleaning and disinfection of contact surfaces outside of stand areas as well as ensuring continuous fresh air circulation.
  • Minimised contact points: Thanks to the restriction of the exhibition space to the easily accessible Halls 1 – 4 on the ground floor of the MOC, the switch to purely digital ticketing and the controlled access of only professional industry professionals, contact points are minimised and crowding are avoided.
  • Access restrictions: Trade fair visitors, exhibitors and participants who have had contact with positively tested COVID-19 patients in the last 14 days, who are infected with COVID-19 or who show the known COVID-19 symptoms, are kindly asked to take their responsibility and stay away from the show. This also applies to persons who are under domestic quarantine. Persons with symptoms of illness will not be granted access to the fair.

No restrictions on visitor numbers expected

For FABRIC DAYS, there is a maximum number of people who may stay on exhibition grounds for the event. However, with the planned hall layout, we will not exceed these specified guidelines. Therefore, no restrictions on visitor numbers are to be expected.

Due to the general obligation to wear a mouth and nose cover, there are no restrictions on the maximum number of people per stand. However, the 1.5m distance rule applies. Thanks to these guidelines, there are no restricted time slots for your visit – you can arrange your visit to the fair on all three days of FABRIC DAYS individually.

“We are very grateful for the trust that we have received from both exhibitors and visitors. By organising FABRIC DAYS, we would like to set an example and offer the industry a trade fair that will be the first event of its kind on this scale. Cooperation is needed now, only together can the industry prove itself in these extraordinary times. We invite you to discover the latest material developments during FABRIC DAYS and look forward to seeing you again in Munich.”

Sebastian Klinder, Managing Director Munich Fabric Start

Our recommendations for your trade fair visit

Use the CORONA-WARN-APP of the German government during your stay in Germany. The Corona Warn-App helps to determine whether you have come into contact with an infected person and whether there is a risk of infection. In this way, chains of infection can be interrupted more quickly. Download and use of the app is completely voluntary. It is available free of charge in the App Store and can be downloaded from Google Play.

Please make sure you stay informed about the current Covid-19 status in Germany on the homepages of the Bavarian government (only in German), the Federal Ministry of Health (in English) and the Robert Koch Institute: | |

Specific information on the general hygiene concept for trade fairs can be found in this announcement of the Bavarian State Ministries (only in German):





1 SEPTEMBER 2020 · 9.30 AM – 6.30 PM
2 SEPTEMBER 2020 · 9.30 AM – 6.30 PM
3 SEPTEMBER 2020 · 9.30 AM – 6.00 PM



MOC Munich | Halls 1 – 4 Ground floor
Lilienthalallee 40
D – 80939 Munich