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Monroe Convention Center, Downtown Bloomington, Indiana
Monroe Convention Center, Downtown Bloomington, Indiana

Welcome to Monroe Convention Center, a chic event venue located in the heart of Downtown Bloomington, Indiana. Within walking distance, you'll find unique shops and boutiques, casual and fine dining, swanky galleries, live music, exciting performances and shows, a vibrant nightlife, cultural events, extensive trails and parks, and so much more. You'll find a welcoming place with a versatile canvas for all events.

















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COVID 19 (novel coronavirus)

The Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) is responding to an outbreak of respiratory disease caused by a coronavirus. The virus has been detected in numerous locations internationally, including Indiana in the United States. 


As Indiana works together to determine the most effective methods to control and prevent the spread of novel coronavirus (COVID-19), Monroe Convention Center is working with IU Health, Monroe County Health Department, and the Indiana State Department of Health to make sure we are doing everything possible to keep our staff and guests safe.


We have increased housekeeping measures to include more frequent disinfection, especially in high volume areas: entrances/exits, escalator, elevator, restrooms, and water fountains. We have high alcohol content germ gel located throughout the building.


In keeping with current guidelines for social distancing, we are currently closed to the public for groups over 10 people (this could be reduced in the future). Many of our events have been rescheduled for summer 2020 and beyond, and we are working with organizations as they are ready to reschedule. Our hours of operation are currently reduced, but we are monitoring and responding to all inquiries. Please contact us for any reason:


Please help us by sharing the health guidelines already in place for effective protection against viral infections—wash your hands frequently and for at least 20 seconds each time, cover your cough, do not touch your face, and stay home if you are sick to avoid infecting others.

To learn more about the symptoms of COVID-19, visit

To learn more about Bloomington's response to COVID-19, visit

CDC Coronavirus Hotline


Open 24/7

Indiana State Department of Health Coronavirus Public Hotline


Indiana Coronavirus Hotline


Open 24/7

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