Revolution Bar & Music Hall
There is a parking lot behind the venue with accessible parking spots. There is an additional municipal lot located diagonally across the street that also has accessible parking spots.
The main areas are all one level, including from the sidewalk into the main show space, the bar, the merch, the bathrooms. However, there are additionally raised lounges that have steps.
There is NO designated accessible seating, and the venue flat out refuses to guarantee a seat to anyone - even fans with disabilities!
From an email they sent me prior to the show I attended, they wrote: "We do not have a designated seated area. We have seating at the bar and variously throughout, but no reserved seating. We do not have guaranteed seating anywhere in the venue. You can call the venue day of and arrange with MGMT, but there is no guarantee of seating."
What you can do if you need to sit, is take one of the bar stools throughout the room and move it to one of the back walls or corners so you can sit and not be in harms way. Staff will not help you do this. If you sit at the bar like the venue advises, you will have an obstructed view of the stage and be unable to hear the bands properly because of people talking.
There are definitely areas of the room where the venue COULD make a blocked off designated seating area, but they won't.
There is seating available but it is only bar stools. They are first come first served. The venue refuses to save a seat for anyone, regardless of disability, in advance.
Unsure of availability.
In the women's restroom, the accessible stall did not lock.
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