House Of Blues Houston
There is only street parking close to the venue, no accessible spots. There are parking garages a couple blocks away, but nothing close enough to not have to walk to. There is valet parking.
There is an elevator and ramp to get into the building itself, but only one ramp within the venue. There are several stairs within the venue and only one ramp. The venue staff lined people up on the ramp for the meet and greet, so it was blocked for most of the night.
"I was told that the only place to store my wheelchair was to go to the balcony where there were no security guards, leave it in the balcony unattended, or to pay $50 to sit at a table to make sure it wasn’t stolen or damaged." The venue also didn't allow additional people in the balcony with the disabled attendee.
Another patron said they went to the box office and they gave them ADA passes for the balcony and led them to their seats.
There is one elevator up to the balcony, but no ramps to the lower level seats within the balcony.
Yes, but you have to pay $50 to be allowed in.
Unsure of availability.
There is one accessible stall, but it was at the far end of the bathroom so you have to navigate around others opening stall doors in the hallway.
Inconsistencies as to how accessibility is handled across various House of Blues locations, with this venue's staff/security treating people poorly.
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