Their website says: Persons with ADA parking passes will be allowed to park in the Edgefield Hotel ADA parking area or the East Lot ADA parking (limited spaces are available in both areas; please arrive early to the concert). Guests are welcome to use the hotel turnaround/main entrance to drop off individuals or anyone unable to walk from the East or West Lots to the venue entrance. The venue also provides shuttles around the grounds.
There’s a separate entrance to the ADA area that can be accessed from the field parking lot side of the venue. If you park on the hotel side, ask staff and they can escort you through. They can provide folding chairs if you need to sit down while you’re waiting in line.
They have an ADA platform for people with mobility disabilities. It’s two-tiered with clear sight lines to the stage. It has its own accessible porta-potty, water station, garbage, and recycling. There are entrance/exit ramps on each tier and a ramp between them too. Despite their policy, they’re usually flexible with allowing companions on the platform even if they don’t have an ADA ticket so long as they enter through the ADA entrance with you to get a wristband. There is an ADA overflow area at the back of the lawn too that sits back a bit from the rest of the crowd for better viewing clearance.
Their website says: Patrons with mobility disability tickets are available for patrons with mobility disability needs and up to three (3) companions. Companions must purchase Patrons w/mobility disability tickets as well. Patrons w/mobility disability tickets will be required to access the specially marked section. Capacity in this section is limited, so we recommend purchasing tickets in advance at etix or at any McMenamins ticket outlet.
Lots of folding chairs available and plenty of room for people with mobility devices.
ASL interpreter available upon request.
Porta-potties only. There is an accessible one available on the ADA platform. There is also at least one accessible one in the area of all the other porta-potties.
Permanent ramp from backstage area to stage. Otherwise backstage area is fully accessible including bathrooms.
Quiet sensory space available.
Staff trained in accessibility.
To access food, drinks, merch, etc. there are paved paths throughout the venue, but typically the tents are off the path on either gravel or bark chips. The bark chips are more easily accessible whereas mobility devices will easily get stuck in the loose gravel. Also, they almost always have the line stanchions too close to the cashiers’ tables which make it extremely difficult to exit after you’ve paid or gotten your food or drink, even if you don’t use a mobility device it’s a tight squeeze.
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