OUR ACTIONS DURING THE FESTIVAL
Each year, we continue to implement and improve our actions to promote the reception of disabled festival-goers:
- People who can justify a disability card with a minimum rate of disability of 80% or justifying a disability pension of 3rd category and a valid ticket to the festival, can receive an invitation for their accompanying person.
- There will be two AMAAC-ACCESS’FESTIVAL stands: one in the parking lot to facilitate the arrival of the public and one on the festival site as well
- A campsite reserved for people with reduced mobility accessible by car, close to the adapted sanitary facilities and the first aid post.
- Reserved parking spaces near the ticket office and a drop-off area near the campsite.
- A privileged access for disabled people to go from the parking lot to the festival site, with reserved parking spaces on the site. However, it is necessary to inform us in advance to obtain this pass: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Possibility of recharging electric wheelchairs at the first aid station.
If you have special needs (storage of cold medicines or specific devices, etc.), or particular difficulties (absence of an available companion, etc.) you can contact us so that we can anticipate and find a solution.
For more information: email@example.com / 04 38 49 29 44
AMAAC / ACCESS
As in previous years, we are partners with the association AMAAC-ACCESS FESTIVAL (Association of Mediation and Accessibility to Art and Culture). For any questions regarding your mobility and the infrastructures put in place, you can also contact them: firstname.lastname@example.org
They accompany us in the implementation of specific actions for people with special needs. Our common goal is to allow everyone to come and enjoy the festival. This translates into the Access’Festival system which is based on several missions:
- A personalized reception of the public according to their constraints.
- Volunteers with disabilities within our teams.
- The exchange and raising of awareness among all.
- An analysis of the constraints of the field to adapt the accessibility to the site.
- The loan of specific equipment (wheelchairs, crutches, etc.) if necessary.
Do not hesitate to come and talk to them at their stands.
“In view of the needs of each individual to develop through artistic practices, but also the demands of the cultural sector to disseminate the works presented to a wider audience, Amaac was created in order to promote artistic and cultural development. In a solidarity approach and respecting its main objective, the Access’Festival program aims to facilitate access to public and private events for people with specific expectations.” The AMAAC-ACCESS Festival Association
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FREE ACCOMPANYING PERSON'S PASS
People who can prove that they have a disability card with a minimum disability rate of 80% or a 3rd category disability pension, as well as a valid ticket to the festival, can receive an invitation for their companion.
All requests must be made in advance of the event (no later than 1 week before the start of the festival). Please fill out the application form below.
The invitation will be in the name of the person with a disability. People with disability must present themselves at the festival ticket office with a valid ticket for themselves, a proof of identity and their companion to validate their invitation.
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Since 2019, we have joined the H+ culture process initiated by the Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes region. It aims to bring together the conditions for a disabled benevolent, disabled welcoming, disabled inclusive reception. Hadra is therefore a signatory of the charter aiming to promote accessibility for people with disabilities at outdoor festivals.
The objectives of this initiative are :
- To guarantee a quality welcome for disabled users at outdoor festivals,
- to give concrete evidence to the festivals of their adhesion and commitment,
- To recognize the good initiatives and efforts of festivals,
- to ensure that the cultural sector takes disability into account in a sustainable way.
- to support the organizers by providing them with tools and communication.
This certification awarded by the region recognizes the work we do to try to include as many people as possible, both within our teams and in the public.