89th Street OKC

This Information Is Current As Of: February 2020
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Venue said: "Unfortunately, there aren't parking spaces dedicated to anyone with disabilities, however we do have parking spaces out front, a parking lot out back, access to the parking lots on the neighbor buildings, and security who walk around the building to help communicate and navigate the best avenues for parking."

Jump the Line – Other:

Venue said: "We don't necessarily have a "disabled patrons are allowed in first" rule set, but our security is quick to catch anyone in line to help them get in as quickly as possible. We also do not frequently have sold out shows in our 250 cap so true "sold out lines" aren't common and it's usually a quick trip right into our door."

Accessible Seating Area Details

Venue said: "Our only designated space with seating is within our "21+ area" by the bar, but our 250 cap room is a basic rectangle, with a one-step-down pit-like area, with everyone facing the South wall. If sight is an issue (Tall patrons, etc.), there is a smaller side-stage space we can make strictly available to help fans see the show."


Venue said: "We only have a few bar chairs available, but do prioritize availability for those who may *need* them to enjoy the show and allow patrons to take them across the room for comfortable sight of the show."

Accommodations for Deaf and Hard of Hearing Patrons:

The venue doesn't currently have anything available but is open to suggestions for improvements in this area.

Restrooms – Other/Details:

3 stalls across 2 restrooms.

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