The Moore Theatre
Address: 1932 2nd Avenue, Seattle, WA, USA
Designated parking adjacent to venue, many buses drop off just a block away (though the hill on Virginia St. is a little steep up to the venue).
Not confirmed, but assumed it's probably comparable to other STG venues such as the Paramount and Neptune (which both allow line jumps).
A shallow ramp going down from the venue entrance leads to concessions, merchandise, and the ground-level seating; a steep carpeted ramp leads up to the Balcony level, where the designated ADA seating and bathrooms are; the uppermost level (called "Second" on the Moore's website) is accessible by staircase only.
Designated ADA seating is available on the Balcony level, in the form of a row of foldout armless chairs with padded cushions, which ushers can remove or move around for patrons (i.e. to make space for a wheelchair).
There is also accessible seating on the ground floor level.
A steep carpeted ramp leads to the Balcony level of the venue. Manual wheelchair users will likely need assistance up it. This level has restrooms (including a large single-toilet accessible restroom) and sometimes an auxiliary drinks vendor. From this level there is another small carpeted ramp up to the balcony itself, where the designated ADA seating is located. The accessible seating is a row of foldout armless chairs with padded cushions, which ushers can remove or move around for patrons (i.e. to make space for a wheelchair).
The venue is generally seating only, though sometimes (say, during an encore song) some people will chose to stand at their seats.
To request ASL interpretation, visit the website we've linked above and scroll to the bottom where you'll find information and an email address to contact.
The restroom is awesome, very big and clean; however the only accessible restroom is up on the middle level of the venue.
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