The Information Booth is staffed by people who are trained to provide individuals with disabilities the assistance they may need to enjoy all the Music Festival offers.
Volunteers specially trained inaccessibility will be wearing blue shirts for easy identification.
Access-ability guides are available at the gates, the Information Booth, the Access-ability Booth, ASL World, and the Community Resource Tent.
Key booths have symbolic signage that matches the Festival map symbols.
Companion guides are available upon request at the ticketing booth, gates or Access-ability booth.
A person with a documented disability can bring an assistant, free of charge, who will supply supportive services. Please read our Companion Policy.
Service dogs are welcomed guests when they accompany their handler with a disability.
Emotional support dogs are welcome with documentation. For more details, please read our Paws at Pride Policy.
An Accessible Shuttle that provides the same service as the traditional shuttles is available. Please read our Shuttle Information.
Senior Cool Zones (SCZ) have been created for those who are 50 and better or have a disability to relax and recharge. Thank you to our community partner FOG (Fellowship of Older Gays) for bringing these areas to life.
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