All tickets to the Festival are general admission, purchasing an accessible ticket is not necessary.
Upon arrival, please visit the Access Center for information on the accessibility wristband program. Patrons with mobility impairments or Deaf/Hard of Hearing patrons can request an accessibility wristband at the Access Center. This wristband is to show Festival staff that the patron plus one companion is eligible to enter the accessible viewing areas or the Deaf and Hard of Hearing areas. The accessibility wristband is non-transferable.
Note: the wristband does not guarantee a spot in these areas. Please note that both viewing areas have a limited capacity and are available on a first-come, first-served basis. We cannot save or reserve seats or areas on the platform. Once it’s determined that an accessible viewing area is filled to capacity (including adequate aisle space for entering and exiting the area), the area will not be available for additional entry.
Signage will be placed at the Festival identifying all viewing areas for patrons with mobility limitations and patrons who are Deaf / Hard of Hearing. Please visit the Access Center for a map of the festival grounds or the map on the official Festival app to see the designated accessible viewing locations.
- ADA wristbands to access ADA seated viewing platforms and ASL viewing areas are good for the whole weekend at no additional charge.
- ADA seating viewing platform wristbands and ASL viewing areas have separate credentials to access the areas.
- If your ADA wristband is damaged or removed it can be replaced at the Access Center at anytime time.
- There are viewing platforms at most stages (platforms can be located on the festival map, denoted with the wheelchair icon).
- ADA patrons can be accompanied by one companion at a time. If patrons are attending the festival with a large group, companions may be switched out at any time.