Insomniac welcomes all, and we strive to make our environment accessible to our guests with disabilities. During the festival, the venue will feature accessible parking, restrooms, and other amenities, as well as designated areas for wheelchair users and their companions.
Accessible parking will be provided near the festival entrance.
An accessible entrance is located near the accessible parking.
Beyond Wonderland takes place on the infield of the venue, which consists of concrete, grass and gravel/dirt. While the entrance is sloped into the venue, most of the infield is relatively flat.
Service animals are permitted throughout the festival grounds; however, this does not include emotional support animals, therapy animals, or companion animals. Only legitimate service animals will be allowed within the festival footprint. Pets are not allowed and will be turned away.
Beyond Wonderland provides an accessible viewing area for each stage.
All public restroom areas and concession stands are accessible to our patrons with disabilities. Please see the festival map for locations, or contact the nearest staff member for assistance.
Effective Communication Requests
To request audio describers for any performance, please contact us. Requests must be made no later than 14 days before the event to allow for sufficient processing time. To request ASL interpretation for any performance, as well as closed captioning, braille/large font print, guided tours, and/or other forms of effective communication, please contact us. Requests must be made no later than 30 days before the event to allow for sufficient processing time.
First aid locations are offered throughout the venue. Please refer to your festival map, or contact the nearest staff member. Festival event staff have been trained in proper emergency preparedness.
If you have any questions, suggestions, or comments about accessibility at this or other Insomniac events, please contact us. We are committed to continually improving the festival experience for our Headliners with disabilities.