Pegasus Project

Parking & Transportation:

Venue is in a residential area, so there is always plenty of street parking. The sidewalks in front of the venue are used for band parking/loading (could also be used for accessible parking if there's room)

Jump the Line – Other:

Small DIY space, not really a line.

Stairs – Other/Details:

Technically, it's flat to get into the venue, but it may be hard or impossible for some wheelchair users to enter. The most logical way in is through the front door (on 76th side) which isn't always used as the main entrance, but is typically unlocked for loading. That said, the doorway is so narrow that some wheelchairs won't fit through, and the doorway has rigid concrete that may be difficult to navigate. The other way inside is through the side gate between the food carts and across the back large, uneven gravel lot and up more uneven concrete into the door.

The only actual stairs in the venue are to get to the restroom and there's about 7 or so.

Lighting Safety Warnings Unsure if this venue posts warnings about unsafe lighting
Accessible Seating Area Details

No specified area, but venue staff can make arrangements on request. Show space is a flat, open space with plenty of viewing space. Safe areas to the side of the playing space.

Seating: Yes, there's seating available for those who need it
Seating-Other/Details:

There's couches and other chairs around.

Accommodations for Deaf and Hard of Hearing Patrons:

None available.

Restrooms: No, there are no accessible restrooms
Additional Comments:

Wonderful space used/run by wonderful people. New, room for growth regarding accessibility.

This Information Is Current As Of: August 2019
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