Category: Concerts

What the Pandemic should teach us about accessibility

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a photo of the audeince at a Twenty One Pilots show in Columbus, Ohio at Nationwide Arena

  I have been blessed in the last week to see live performances across three different cities and states. From a concert in an arena of 25,000 people in Columbus, Ohio, to an intimate club show in Atlanta, Georgia to beautiful ballet in Seattle, the words I heard echoed at each show was “Oh how…



Sensory Friendly versus Sensory Accessible

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A young boy with sensory headphones experiencing a rock concert in Milan, Italy.

  In the world of events, accessibility has only recently been part of the planning process, and even then, usually only mobility is at the forefront. Those with less visible disabilities, such as Autism, hearing differences or low vision are usually left out of the accessibility design process. However, as venues and events start broadening…



The Aragon Ballroom – Chicago

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Inside Aragon Ballroom

The Aragon Ballroom is a beautiful venue in North Chicago that holds 5,000 people.  It holds a variety of events from smaller bands to occasional big acts lie the 1975 and Twenty one Pilots this year for 2019’s The Nights We Stole Christmas Event held by WKQX 101.1 FM. This venue looks fairly ordinary from…



The Nights We Stole Christmas – Chicago

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A poster for the concert The Nights we Stole Christmas with a green background and a Snowman

We are so excited to be in Chicago to support 101.1 WKQX’s The Nights We Stole Christmas at the Aragon Ballroom! We will be helping create accessibility for Autistic/SPD Individuals by lending out noise reducing headphones and will have earplugs and fidgets to hand out so that you can enjoy the show safely. If you have…



Sensory Access at Capitol Hill Block Party Festival

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Photo of stage at CHBP in Seattle

  This was the second year that Sensory Access was able to volunteer and provide Sensory accessibility at Capitol Hill Block Party Festival in Seattle.  Nestled near downtown on Capitol Hill, the music festival closes off several streets and features a wide variety of artists from local PNW favorites to top artists such as Lizzo.…



Jon Bellion at WaMu in Seattle

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Jon Bellion is one of those performers that you just feel in every part of your body. He exudes so much joy on stage, you can’t help but feel that joy right along with him.  Last week at the WaMu Theatre in Seattle the entire audience felt electric as Jon created new beats on the…



Sensory Access at Capitol Hill Block Party

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  CAPITOL HILL BLOCK PARTY IS AN ANNUAL 3-DAY FESTIVAL CELEBRATING MUSIC, ART AND THE NEIGHBORHOOD ITSELF IN THE HEART OF SEATTLE… Unlike your typical festival experience, CHBP showcases some of the city’s best local bars, restaurants, and retail shops alongside incredible bands, art shows, community events, and political activism. This 6-stage music and arts…



Deck The Hall Ball 2018

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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.…



Twenty One Pilots – The Bandito Tour

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Band plays on stage. Guitar player and drummer shown.

Twenty One Pilots is vocalist, bassist, ukulelist, and pianist Tyler Joseph and drummer Josh Dun. Two musicians that put on a fantastic show that captures audiences all around the globe. Their most recent tour, The Bandito Tour, in support of their new album Trench, has already planned multiple legs spanning across almost every continent. Our team attended…