The Wharf is conveniently located just off I-395/I-695 and 7th Street SW. However, driving to The Wharf may not be the fastest way to get there due to frequent special events, traffic congestion, and limited parking. They highly recommend taking Metro and their free SW Shuttle instead. If you can’t avoid driving, check out their additional off-site parking locations for easy access.
While disabled patrons are not specifically "allowed in first," The Anthem does have a separate ADA entrance which is often faster than the general admission line and entrance.
The Anthem has 8 ADA seats for purchase on the second and third floors located on the left and right wings of each respective floor with an unobstructed view of the stage. These seats are accessible to both wheelchair and seated patrons.
The Anthem also accommodates ADA patrons who are GA. These sections vary from show to show but are mostly on the main floor (Tier A) raised up about 2 feet from main standing area. This is an unobstructed view house right next to the sound board with a ramp accessing the area for easy access for wheelchairs, scooters, etc.
The Anthem makes accommodations for visually impaired guest on a case by case basis.
They provide access to assisted listening devices and upon request provide ASL interpreters.
They have private restrooms on both first and third floor for ADA patrons.
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