Woogie Weekend is accessible to all guests with disabilities. Â It is our goal to continually make the festival more accessible, and we thank you for your support and participation.
The venue is fully navigable for people with mobility disabilities with the assistance of our ADA Compliance team. ADA camping/parking is conveniently located near the main points of activity. Thus there are accessible pathways between this reserved campsite, the vendor village, and almost all of the stages.Â
All accessibility-related inquires can be answered at our Access Center, which will be located at ADA camping. Â Additionally this is the location to recharge wheelchair batteries and/or the other assistive technology requiring electrical recharging, as well as store medical equipment or just get some relief from the sun.
ATMâ€™s and ConcessionsÂ
ATM’sÂ are fully accessible and located throughout the venue. Â If assistance is required please confer with a festival staff member.
A separate ADA lot will be available for patrons with a handicap placard and the applicable proof that that placard belongs to them. Â Please follow signage or ask staff upon entering the festival how to access this lot.
For ADA patrons who are camping, there is a camping lot with close proximity to the festival entrance and is located close to all activity areas/stages. At this camping location, power will be provided for assistive technology. To gain access to this lot, a handicap placard and paperwork to show that it belongs to person requesting access will be required, in addition to a camping pass. For campers in RVâ€™s please contact us in advance at ADA@thedolab.com.
We have several First Aid locations that are noted on the festival maps. Â Professional medical staff can help you with your medical needs at these locations.
LIB has a strict no-pet rule, with exceptions only for service animals as specified by Federal and California law. Due to large-scale service animal fraud and for the safety of our patrons, staff, and other service animals, all animals which do not meet the legal standards will not be allowed into the festival grounds. All service animals must be registered at the Access Center.Â
According to the Law, Service animals are defined as dogs that are individually trained to do work or perform tasks for people with disabilities.Â Examples of such work or tasks include guiding people who are blind, alerting people who are deaf, pulling a wheelchair, alerting and protecting a person who is having a seizure, reminding a person with mental illness to take prescribed medications, calming a person with Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) during an anxiety attack, or performing other duties. Service animals are working animals, not pets. The work or task a dog has been trained to provide must be directly related to the personâ€™s disability. Dogs whose sole function is to provide comfort or emotional support do not qualify as service animals under the ADA.Â
Effective Communication Requests
There will be several options available for ADA patrons who are hard of hearing. We will have assisted listening devices available at the Access Center (you will need to leave your government issued ID with us until you return the device). Â We will also have American Sign Language Interpreters (available upon request) to provide sign for requested performances. If you require an ASL Interpreter, please contact email@example.com. PLEASE NOTE: Â Requests must be made no later than two weeks before LIB to allow for sufficient processing time.
We will be providing daily guided tours throughout the venue. If you would like a guided tour, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or come by the Access Center once onsite.
In continually trying to make our festival more accessible we encourage you to contact us at email@example.com for any of your accessibility-related needs. Additionally, if you have any questions about policies or our services please contact us.
Once onsite, if you have additional questions, feel free to stop by the Access Center to talk with Woogie Weekendâ€™s ADA Compliance Coordinator, Oren Shani.