House of Independents
Parking is tough. Asbury downtown is pretty crowded and there's no lot outside the venue, unfortunately one of those things you have to get there early for.
There is a ramp to get inside the venue. There is accessible seating on that same floor, as well as a restroom on that same floor. There are stairs down to the GA area.
View of the stage is unrestricted in the accessible seating area. It's near the bar and sound booth. They provide seating and rope off the area.
The balcony is kind of the top floor area where the accessible seating is which is the level you enter on.
ADA seating is available if you reach out to the venue beforehand, if not you can ask a staff member and they will set up the area for you.
Venue's website suggests emailing them with accommodation requests ahead of your show date so they can be prepared to accommodate you.
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