Tag: concert accessibility

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…



Warming Up With The Horns

Accommodations offered for sensory difficulties.

Summer has arrived! Hosted by a board-certified music therapist, your family will love learning about the French horns in an environment that is designed specifically for children on the Autism spectrum and with sensory sensitivities. The concert experience includes instrument exploration before and after the show, a meet-and-greet with the featured musicians and a 35-minute…



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…



Bumbershoot Sensory Accessibility Guide

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Bumbershoot logo

Sensory Access is so excited to be partnering with Bumbershoot to make this awesome music festival more sensory accessible! Come borrow noise-reducing headphones and fidgets at the Accessibility Center, grab a pair of ear plugs from our support staff roaming the crowds, or seek some sensory-reprieve in our low-stimuli area! If you need access to…



Getting Sensory-ready for a music festival

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Lollapalooza 2017

Lollapaolooza is coming up in two days and we are getting our sensory strategies ready ! We are excited to partner with Lollapalooza and be available to help on-site. Here are some ways to prep for Lollapalooza if you have sensory difficulties: 1) Bring in an empty water bottle or Camel Pack to use the…