At The Sound Amphitheater, we prioritize inclusivity and accessibility. Proudly exceeding the requirements of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), we're dedicated to ensuring the safety and comfort of all our guests. From accessible parking to restrooms and beyond, we offer a variety of accommodations to meet your needs, allowing everyone to fully enjoy our events and facilities.

ADA seats are available on please note they do sell out quickly.


Accessible parking is located near the main entrance of The Sound Amphitheater. Spaces are available on a first come first served basis for patrons with valid accessible tags. Guests should arrive early to ensure space availability and to allow time to reach their seats prior to the start of the show.

  • – Accessible seating is available to purchase in all price levels/seating areas for each event.
  • – Patrons requiring special seating accommodations should request them at the time of purchase.
  • –  The Sound Amphitheater will provide full wheelchair-accessible seating in spaces or locations designated as such and no permanent fixed chair will be provided for these locations.
  • – Tickets for the accessible seats go on sale at the same time as all other tickets go on sale for an event and are available at first come, first-served basis.
  • – For any questions regarding accessible seating, please contact Ticketmaster.
Venue Gates

All entrances to the venue at The Sound Amphitheater are fully accessible for our guests with disabilities. Additionally, all pathways leading from the gates to the seating areas are smoothly paved for ease of mobility


Accessible restrooms are available throughout the venue.

Sign Language Interpreters

The Sound Amphitheater can provide a sign language interpreter upon request. Interpreters must be requested at least three (3) weeks prior to the event. For more information, please email [email protected]

Service Animal Policy

Like many venues and other large places of assembly, The Sound has a “no pets” policy.

The Sound policy, consistent with ADA’s revised guidelines, defines “service animal” as limited to a dog that is individually trained to do work or perform tasks for an individual with a disability. The task(s) performed by the dog must be directly related to the individual’s disability.

The Sound requires, consistent with the ADA, that service animals must be harnessed, leashed, or tethered, unless these devices interfere with the service animal’s work or the individual’s disability prevents him or her from using these devices. Individuals who cannot use such devices must maintain control of the animal through voice, signal, or other effective methods.