Girl Cult Festival is a fully accessible event, and we are dedicated to continually improving our efforts to ensure you have access to all the festival amenities. We welcome and encourage all feedback and suggestions from our patrons. For information not included in the page below, please contact us at concerts@goldenvoice.com.

Wheelchair Accessibility

The venue is fully navigable for people with mobility disabilities. There are accessible pathways connected throughout the venue including parking, entrances, stages, vendors and all other activity areas.

Parking

Handicap accessible parking is available at all lots. Handicap patrons must present a valid handicap placards, plates and/or permits, as well as the applicable proof that it belongs to them.

Please note that it’s against the law to park in an accessible parking space without the required ADA credentials or to fraudulently use someone else’s in order to gain access to ADA parking spots.

Accessible Viewing Areas

There will be accessible viewing areas made available to ADA patrons who may need to see above the crowd.

Accessible Viewing Area Policies

  • Companions may be asked to stand if capacity is reached.

  • These are non-smoking areas.

  • Patrons are not allowed to save spots and if a guest is not-present for over an hour, their area will be given to another disabled guest.

Service Animals

Service animals are permitted throughout the festival grounds; however this does not include emotional support animals, therapy animals, or companion animals. Only legitimate service animals will be allowed within the festival footprint. Pets are not allowed and will be turned away.

If you are bringing a service animal, make sure to check in at the Box Office for registration. Only legitimate service animals that are properly trained and under the proper care of their owners will be provided with the appropriate credentials.

All service animals must remain by the handler’s side at all times and must be harnessed, leashed, or tethered, unless these devices interfere with the service animal’s work or the individual’s disability prevents using these devices. In that case, the individual must maintain control of the animal through voice, signal, or other effective controls.

Anyone bringing an animal will be responsible for and liable for any damage or injury caused by the animal.