Posted on December 13, 2018
Deck The Hall Ball is an annual multi-band concert hosted by Seattle’s radio station 107.7 The End at WaMu Theater. With a fantastic 2018 lineup including Billie Eilish, Bastille, and Death Cab For Cutie, this Seattle event is perfect for those who want to experience something more than a concert, but less than a festival. Sensory Access was on hand to provide Sensory Support to anyone with sensory difficulties!
DTHB is located at the WaMu Theater, which featured a large GA standing pit, with a raised ADA platform to the left, a VIP section to the right, and raised GA seats in the back. Wether you want to jump around with a high energy crowd or relax in seats, there’s a spot for everybody!
Outside of the stage area, there are large open spaces and places to buy food and drinks. These areas are separated from the main area by a large somewhat noise blocking curtain, and are perfect for a sensory break.
We were happy to provide headphones, ear plugs and even fidgets, as well as be available to escort anyone needing support to a sensory break area.
If you want sensory support at future events at this or other local venues, contact us at email@example.com