At Life is Beautiful we want to make sure that all arts and music lovers have access to the entire festival experience. Our Access Team is friendly and helpful and we look forward to spending an unforgettable weekend with all of you!
For general accessibility information please read the access guide below. Please note the accessibility information on this site will be periodically updated the closer we get to the festival. If you have additional questions about accessibility or require a specific accommodation, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Accessible Viewing Areas
All stages have designated raised platform accessible viewing areas for people who use mobility devices, have significant mobility impairments, or require accessible seating. Folding chairs are available at each platform. Please note that these areas have limited capacity and are available on a first-come, first-served basis. Access staff manage the viewing platforms to accommodate as many people as possible while remaining safe and comfortable.
Accessible restrooms and accessible portable toilets are located throughout the festival. Additionally, all there will be accessible portable toilets located at each accessible viewing platform.
Special Dietary Needs
All prescription medications must have a prescription label that matches the name on your photo identification. For patrons with special dietary needs, a daily amount of personal food may be brought into the festival, if accompanied by a doctor’s note. If you have any questions, please email us at email@example.com.
Life is Beautiful has engaged Certified ASL performance interpreters and Certified Deaf Interpreters to provide Deaf access during the three headlining acts, each night of the festival, on the Downtown Stage.
For placement information, additional ASL show requests, or deaf and hard-of-hearing accommodations, please email firstname.lastname@example.org. Please make any requests for additional shows or accommodations as soon as possible, and at least 30 days in advance of the festival in order to give interpreters adequate time to prepare. Requests made within 30 days of the festival may not be accommodated.
Pets are not allowed at the festival. Service animals, which are trained to provide assistance to a patron with a disability, are welcome. Service animals must be accompanied by and under the control and supervision of the handler with the disability at all times. When entering the festival, the handler of the animal may be asked to describe the support the animal provides.