Jones Beach Theater

Parking & Transportation:

There is ample accessible parking spaces in the VIP lot. When approaching the venue in your car just show the parking lot attendants your accessible parking placard that you hang in the window or explain you need accessible parking and they'll direct you where to park. In the VIP lot, you are then able to use the VIP entrance to the venue.

From their website: "Day of Show Parking- Accessible Parking is located outside the Northwell Health At Jones Beach Theater in main parking field # 5. Let the parking staff know that you need accessible parking and they will direct you to this lot. You do not need to have an accessible placard in order to park in this lot, but please be advised that parking is limited. If you do not absolutely need accessible parking- please park in the general lots. "

Jump the Line: Yes, disabled patrons are allowed in first
Jump the Line – Other:

If you park in the VIP lot, you can use the VIP entrance. This allows you to bypass the normal lines.

Stairs: No, it's all flat to get inside and to the show space Yes, there are stairs, but there's an elevator
Stairs – Other/Details:

There are two elevators that can take you to every level of seating, and there are accessible seating areas on each level.

Is There A Designated Accessible Seating Area? Yes, there's an accessible seating area
Accessible Seating Area Details

From their website: "Ticketing- ADA tickets can be purchased online via www.livenation.com. You do not need to call the box office to place an order as all of our accessible tickets are available through www.livenation.com. Look for the logo on the Find Tickets page to view all available accessible seats. We do have accessible seating in every price range, but be advised it does occasionally sell out. We have very limited seating available for guests on the day of the event so please make sure you purchase accessible seating when you order tickets.
Unexpected Needs- if you have had an injury or illness that prevents you from using the original seat you purchased we strongly recommend going through www.livenation.com to exchange all tickets for accessible. We will have a very limited number of seats available on the day of the show for such issues, but we cannot guarantee we will be able to seat you. Please remember that accessible seating permits for the guest with the accessible need and one companion."

Seating: Yes, there's seating available for those who need it
Seating-Other/Details:

The entire venue is seated, but if you need to use the accessible seating areas they have folding chairs available if you do not have a wheelchair.

Accommodations for Deaf and Hard of Hearing Patrons:

From their website: "Interpreter Requests- if you will need an interpreter for an event please give us at least 2 weeks notice to secure. Guests that request an interpreter will need to pick up their tickets at will call. When the tickets are picked up we will introduce you to your interpreter for the evening and take you to your seats. There is no charge for interpreter services. Please call 1-800-745-3000 to arrange for an interpreter for your visit.
Hearing Assistance: Guests that require assisted listening devices can contact our venue office prior to the event to arrange for a device. Please give us at least 2 days notice. Guests that require interpreter service can call the venue and arrange this for any event. We need at least 2 weeks notice to secure an interpreter.Please call 1-800-745-3000 to arrange for an interpreter for your visit."

Restrooms: Yes, there's an accessible stall in the men's/women's restrooms
Additional Comments:

View the website link above to see detailed accessibility info provided on the venue's website.

This Information Is Current As Of: July 2018
Work at this venue and want to connect? Reach out to us at halfaccess.org/contact.
Have your own experience with this venue? Fill out this form to provide helpful feedback on accessibility.

Note: By clicking submit, you understand that the information you submit will not be posted publicly. If we find any information in these fields important to publicly share, we would then use your email to reach out to you for permission to include it in our public database. We will be using your feedback on venues, anonymously, to best tailor advice and suggestions for ways venues can improve their spaces. If you have any questions or concerns, please reach out to us at halfaccess.org/contact.