The Rose Music Center
There is a large amount of accessible parking on each side of the venue. They also rope off spots next to the designated space for any potential overflow.
They have side entrances that are not the main entrances, they are manned and they open the gate for people with disabilities and the people with them. This way there is no line waiting.
There are stairs, but to the far left and far right, it is ramped.
This is an outside, covered venue. The main level is accessible seating but there is accessible seating in front or all the way down the sides. There is an upper level that is not accessible.
Yes they accommodated others in the party so everyone can sit together.
There is a number of large stalls in both the men and women’s restrooms. Very easy to assist someone.
Patrons MUST SPECIFY if they need ADA, hearing impaired, or visually impaired seating at the time of ticket purchase. The staff is well trained and very accommodating to any situation that I have seen.
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