Accessibility

Q: Are there any provisions for wheelchair access?
A: There are many provisions which have been made around the site which include beach track matting, disabled toilets and a mobiloo. We want you to feel as welcome as included as possible and have an amazing day, please speak to a volunteer if there is anything we can do to help. If you are attending the Pride village and Arena you can access the site via the accessible entrance located by the Wave 105 Dance area.

Q: Will there be an accessible viewing area and where will it be located?
A: The Accessible Viewing area is located in the Main Stage Arena. The Accessible Viewing area will have limited capacities and are provided on a first-come-first served basis. Once capacities are reached, access will be provided on a 1 in 1 out basis. As with all visitors, if there is a certain act or artist you would like to see, please arrive early enough before each performance time to avoid disappointment.

Q: Do you have BSL interpreters at the event?
A: We are proud to say that we have a number of BSL interpreters on site and they can be identified by their BSL T-Shirts. There will be a BSL interpreter on the Main Stage at all times as well as interpreters at the WI Spoken word tent and Community Stage.