The Amp is dedicated to providing an enjoyable experience for everyone.
Patrons requiring special seating accommodations should request them at the time of purchase.
Patrons may purchase up to three (3) companion seats in addition to their accessible seat. The Amp will provide full wheelchair accessible seating in spaces or locations designated as such and no permanent fixed chair will be provided for these locations.
Tickets for the accessible seats go on sale at the same time as all other tickets go on sale for an event and are available at Ticketmaster.com and the venue Box Office on a first-come, first-serve basis.
For any questions regarding accessible seating, please contact the Box Office at (904) 209-0367.
Accessible seating is available to those with mobility disabilities who require accessible seating because of their disability. This includes individuals who use wheelchairs, those who use other mobility devices and people who cannot climb steps or walk long distances because of significant arthritis, or severe respiratory, circulatory or cardiac conditions. Individuals who, because of their disability, cannot sit in a straight-back chair or those whose service dogs that cannot fit under a non-accessible seat or lie safely in the aisle are also permitted to purchase accessible seats.
- The Amp offers accessibility seating in the Pit and in Section 202, Row WC.
Designated accessible parking for persons with disabilities is located in front of the Box Office in the on-site premium parking lot. A valid, appropriate handicap placard or license plate is required to park in a space identified as reserved for persons with disabilities.
Guests should arrive early to ensure space availability and to allow time to reach their seats prior to the start of show. The parking lot opens two (2) hours before gates on the day of an event.
Accessible restrooms are available in the plaza breezeways and to the right of the main stage at (ground) level. The restrooms at ground level are provided to accommodate guests with disabilities and their companion. These restrooms also serve families with small children who need assistance.
Service animals are permitted inside The Amp. The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) defines a service animal as any dog, that is individually trained to provide assistance to an individual with a disability. All other animals, including pets and
Guests bringing in certified service animals may not take up any additional seats, unless a ticket has been purchased specifically for the seat. Service animals should rest in the seating area of the owner and not in the aisle. A guest whose service animal poses a threat to the safety of other guests and/or to employees, or whose animal is not housebroken, may be subject to corrective action. Corrective action may include rearranging seating or escorting the animal off of the premises.
Sign Language Interpreter
By request, The Amp will provide sign language interpretation services, subject to availability. These services should be requested by emailing email@example.com at least three weeks prior to an event.
The Amp has a limited number of wheelchairs available onsite to assist guests with mobility issues to and from their seats. Assistance can be requested at the Information Booth or by asking a member of our event staff. If you or a loved one will require assistance into or out of a wheelchair, please plan on bringing an able-bodied and competent companion to assist you.
Concessions and Merchandise
All concessions and merchandise windows located in the plaza are accessible.
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