Our festivals are committed to making the events accessible to everyone. The festival is held outdoors. There are sometimes great distances between parking lots, camping, and stages. The campgrounds and festival grounds are a combination of concrete, asphalt and natural terrain. There will be an elevated viewing area at the main stages for those with mobility limitations. An Access Center with professionally trained staff will be set up inside the Reformatory Road entrance to assist at the event who can answer all questions, provide wristbands for the viewing platform, and additional services listed below. Accessibility assistance is also available at the Concierge tent inside the VIP area.
- Information on Accessibility access to the Reformatory for tours and the Tattoo Experience. See below for more details.
– Fans that are Deaf/Hard of Hearing can request a a Deaf/HoH wristband at the Access Center. This wristband is to show Festival staff that the patron plus ONE companion is eligible to enter the ASL viewing areas. The accessibility wristband is non-transferrable.
If you would like to request an ASL Interpreter, please submit a request form HERE. Please make your requests as early as possible, so our ASL Interpreters can best prepare. The ASL Interpreter request form will close one month prior to the festival. Note: while we will do our best to accommodate all ASL set requests, the earlier the request is made, the easier it will be for us to accommodate. Note, all Interpreter requests will not be guaranteed, and are subject to change.