Accessible, but staff needs better training and more knowledge on folks with invisible disabilities.
There is a designated accessible lot close to the gates that is paved. All other lots are farther away and gravel.
Jump The Line?: Based on experience, no, disabled fans aren’t let in first.
Stairs?: No, it’s flat to get in.
Designated ADA Area?: At some stages yes, but for those that did, the ADA risers were far from the stages which can make it difficult to see. Staff was extremely strict about who could be on the risers, and discriminated against those with invisible disabilities and tried to make them leave the platform.
Seating?: No chairs available for those who need them.
Accessible?: Yes, there’s accessible stalls in the men’s/women’s restrooms.
The level of accessibility at this venue varies greatly depending on if its a regular show or a festival and which festival it is. Staff is extremely accommodating for the most part and will do what they can to try and help. For Warped Tour there was free water, but for other shows there is not, but you are allowed to bring in one sealed bottle. Overall Warped Tour at this venue is great, but staff needs better training on how to handle people with invisible disabilities.
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