Lightning in a Bottle is accessible to all guests with disabilities. Please know that every year we are continually upgrading these features. Meeting the needs of our friends with disabilities at the Lightning in a Bottle Festival is our never ending commitment. In our quest to continually improve accessibility, we ask that you contact us with your comments, questions and/or suggestions.
*Download our Lightning in a Bottle ADA guide (Adobe Acrobat PDF file, requires PDF reader).
ADA (Americans with Disabilities Act)/PWD (People With Disabilities) FAQ’s:
Q: Is there an ADA info booth? Where can I go for ADA info on the festival grounds?
A: Please go to any of our info booths. When the festival map is published it will have all info areas listed.
Q: Is the terrain at LIB acceptable for wheelchairs?
A: Yes, most of the terrain is navigable by wheelchair. The dirt areas are hard packed and there are no hills on site this year.
Q: Is there shuttle service for me and my gear?
A: Those that require it can have a gator radioed in for a 1x transport of gear to the camp site. Please request this service at the security check-in where your wristbands are checked.
Q: Is there wheelchair user and companion seating (at stages, etc.)?
A: Yes, we offer space on the side of the stage and very close up. If desired, go to the backstage entrance and speak with the security guard or find an event staff or volunteer for assistance.
Q: Are service animals allowed?
A: Animals are not allowed on the festival grounds, except for guests with disabilities that require them.
Q: Are the bathrooms ADA accessible?
A: Yes, there are accessible bathrooms. They will be marked on the map.
Q: Will there be ADA showers?
A: Yes. Please refer to the festival map for details.
Q: Where can I go for first aid / medical assistance at the festival?
A: First aid stations will be designated on the official LIB map.
Q: Who do I contact in case of an emergency?
A: Please go to one of our first aid stations, find any staff member with a walkie-talkie or a volunteer for assistance.
Q: Are the food, vending and other concession stands wheelchair accessible?
A: Some, but not all are. If you require assistance at any of these areas, please contact the nearest event staff or volunteer.
Q: How well does the LIB community relate to PWD?
A: The LIB community at large is very courteous, helpful and supportive of everyone in its community, regardless of race, creed, disability, or other factors. Generally, most people will gladly pitch in to help others, whether it’s asked for (which is encouraged and welcomed), or simply by going out of their way to ask someone that looks like they might need/want some help.
Q: Who do I contact to discuss specific needs?
A: Please email firstname.lastname@example.org and someone will be in touch with you shortly.
Q: Will there be ADA designated camping on site?
A: Yes. The festival map will clearly label ADA camping.