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If you are using a screen reader and are having problems using this website, please call (888) 226-0076 for assistance. Please note, this number is for accessibility issues and is not a ticketing hotline.


Camp Flog Gnaw welcomes all people with disabilities. We are dedicated to continually improving our efforts to ensure attendees have access to all festival goods and services, regardless of ability.


It is not acceptable to fake or exaggerate a disability to gain access to disability accommodations. Our Accessibility department has finite resources and needs to focus these resources on helping those who legitimately require assistance.


There will be an Accessibility Services Hub conveniently located inside the festival grounds to support and address the needs of all attendees with accessibility needs. After entering the event through the Main Entrance, the Accessibility Hub will be located to the right next to Information and Lost & Found. There will also be a secondary Hub located near the Accessibility Entrance, next to Accessible Parking in Lot i. These locations will also be labeled on the guest facing map when released. There is no Accessibility pre-registration before the event - this is all done onsite at the event.

At the Accessibility Services Hub, you can:

  • Learn about accessibility services and receive answers to your questions
  • Receive an accessible wristband
  • Register service animals


Guests with disabilities wishing to utilize some of the accessibility services at Camp Flog Gnaw will be required to wear an Accessibility Wristband. This wristband is acquired onsite at our Accessibility Services locations. There is not an “Accessibility ticket” that needs to be purchased in order to utilize accessibility services at Camp Flog Gnaw.

  • Accessibility Wristbands are good for the duration of the festival
  • DO NOT remove your wristband for the duration of the festival
  • One (1) Accessibility Companion Wristband will be issued per guest with a disability.
  • Additional wristbands may be issued for families with young children

If a person with a disability wishes to switch their companion, a new Accessibility Companion Wristband can be exchanged by bringing the old companion wristband back to the Accessibility Services Hub to be reissued. We are unable to reissue any Accessibility wristband(s) unless the original wristband(s) is brought back to us to be reissued.


View our dedicated Accessibility / ADA Access Guide here. Check out our Access Map here and on our Mobile App. Download them and keep copies of them with you at the show. We will have a limited number of printed Access Guides available at our Accessibility Services Hubs.


We encourage patrons with mobility disabilities to utilize personal forms of transportation, including wheelchairs and scooters. Crutches, walkers and canes are also permitted. Please note that we will not be renting assisted mobility devices onsite.

The Venue is navigable for people with mobility disabilities. The event is held on primarily cement with sections of natural terrain. Guests will need to traverse throughout the festival grounds between stages independently or with the assistance of a companion. If you need assistance finding your most accessible route around the event, please visit us at an Accessibility Services Hub.

If you need to recharge your motorized wheelchair or other medical equipment, you may do so at the Accessibility Services Hub.

  • Bring all cords and accessories needed to charge your devices.
  • Chargers must use a 110-volt, 20 amp circuit.
  • We will not be providing wheelchair or scooter rentals.


A designated Accessible Parking lot will be available for attendees with a valid Disabled Person Parking placard, permit or license plate, as well as the applicable proof that it belongs to them. Accessible Parking in this lot requires an event parking pass and is available on a first come, first serve basis.

Accessible Parking will be located in Lot i. Enter on Vince Scully Ave off of Stadium Way. After entering Gate A, make a right and follow the directional signage leading Lot i.

Please visit the Getting Here page for more information on parking.

To utilize Accessible Parking, you must have:

  • Disabled Person Parking placard, permit or license plate
  • DMV-issued documentation that accompanies the Disabled Person Parking placard, permit or license, and corresponding ID
  • Documentation may be verified by law enforcement
  • The person to whom the placard, permit or license plate is issued in the vehicle

It is against the law to park in an accessible parking space without the required credentials, or to fraudulently use credentials in order to gain access to Accessible Parking.


Patrons with disabilities can be dropped off by friends and family or a rideshare at the Accessible Loading & Unloading Zone located in Lot 13 off of Stadium Way. There will be accessible transportation for guests with disabilities and one (1) companion to Lot i which is the designated ADA Entrance is located.


There will be a designated Accessible Entrance located near ADA Parking in Lot i. For those entering through this entrance, there will be an Accessibility Services Hub to visit right before you enter. There will also be an Accessible entry lane located at the main entrance, which will be labeled with signage.

Guests with disabilities and one (1) companion may use this lane to safely enter the venue. After using the Accessibility entry at the main entrance, please visit the Accessibility Services Hub immediately to inquire of further accessible services provided at the event.


There will be accessible viewing areas made available to Accessibility patrons and their one (1) companion at designated stages. For information on how to gain access to these areas, please visit us at an Accessibility Services Hub.


  • Companions may be asked to stand in the back of the viewing area if capacity is reached
  • Viewing Areas are non-smoking/vaping
  • Attendees are not allowed to save spots
  • If an attendee is not-present for over an hour, their area will be given to another disabled guest
  • Do not block the view of the guests behind you
  • All seating is first come, first served


KultureCity will be on site with trained volunteers, sensory bags, and a mobile sensory room for families and individuals who have sensory needs. Sensory sensitivities or challenges with sensory regulation are often experienced by individuals with autism, dementia, PTSD and other similar conditions(1 in 4 individuals). Sensory bags, equipped with noise canceling headphones (provided by Puro Sound Labs),fidget tools, and verbal cue cards will be available for fans to use. You can find KultureCity between the Accessibility Services Hub and the Lockers in the festival venue. Learn more about KultureCity here.



  • American Sign Language interpreters will be available for select performances.
  • Closed captioning, braille/large font print, guided tours, or other forms of effective communication can be available upon request.

Requests for these services must be emailed to us at least 30 days prior to the event to allow for sufficient preparation. The deadline for this event is October 12th, 2023. To submit a request, please fill out the Effective Communication Request Form.

Assisted Listening Device Systems are available for those with hearing impairments. For more information, please contact ada@campfloggnaw.com or visit the Accessibility Services Hub inside the event.

KultureCity is bringing sensory inclusivity to Camp Flog Gnaw. Trained volunteers, sensory bags, and a mobile sensory room will be available for families and individuals who have sensory needs/non-visible disabilities. Sensory sensitivities or challenges with sensory regulation are often experienced by individuals with PTSD, dementia, autism, and other similar conditions, affecting 1 in 4 individuals. A limited number of sensory bags, equipped with noise canceling headphones provided by Puro Sound Labs, fidget tools, and verbal cue cards, will be available for guests to use and take home at no additional cost. You can find the sensory bags and mobile sensory room next to the Accessibility Services Hub, near the Lockers by the main festival entrance.


Service animals are permitted throughout the festival. However, this does not include emotional support animals, therapy animals, or companion animals. Pets are not allowed and will be turned away.”


  • Only legitimate service animals that are individually trained and under the proper care of their owners will be provided with the appropriate credentials to enter the event
  • Service animals must remain by the handler’s side at all times and must be harnessed, leashed, or tethered
    • If these devices interfere with the service animal’s work or the individual’s disability prevents using these devices, the individual must maintain control of the animal through voice, signal or other effective controls
  • Service animals must be housebroken and should use the service animal relief area
  • Anyone bringing an animal will be responsible for and liable for any damage or injury caused by the animal
  • All animals should have legally required vaccinations (which may need to be verified)
  • All service animals must receive a service animal credential in order to enter the event

We ask that you do not leave your animal in your car while you're inside the event, as vehicles without air conditioning on may become too hot and unsafe for any animal.


All concessions are accessible and located throughout the venue. If assistance is required, please confer with a festival staff member.


A fully-equipped medical site staffed by trained personnel will be centrally located within the festival to manage any medical issue. Check the festival map when released for the exact location.


All prescription medications must be in the original manufacturer container with your name on it, which matches your government-issued photo ID. Please only bring a sufficient amount of medication for the duration of the event. Your medications must be cleared by the medical team at the event entry. Upon entry, ask for a crowd management supervisor to connect you with a member of the medical team.


Camp Flog Gnaw will have food vendors that provide gluten-free, vegan and dairy-free dietary options. For those with special dietary needs beyond the festival food service, please contact us at ada@campfloggnaw.com for further information.


Goldenvoice will consider any request by an attendee with a disability for reasonable modification of its policies, practices or procedures or for auxiliary aids and services that will permit the attendee equal enjoyment of the goods and services offered at the Festival. We encourage you to make any such request as far in advance as possible to enhance our ability to evaluate and fulfill the request.

In continually trying to make our festival more accessible, we encourage you to contact us at ada@campfloggnaw.com for any of your accessibility-related needs. Additionally, if you have any questions about Accessible policies or our services, please reach out to us.

Please note that it may take up to two business days (weekends not included) to receive a response. During the week of the event, you can expect a response within 24 hours. If you are already onsite at the event and require assistance, please visit one of our Accessibility Services Hubs to receive direct assistance.


We welcome and encourage any feedback and suggestions from our attendees. Please email us at ada@campfloggnaw.com. We will do our best to help you have an unforgettable experience.