Frost Amphitheater is committed to ensuring that its events are accessible to everyone, including individuals with disabilities. To that end, improved accessibility at Frost Amphitheater was a crucial element of the recent Frost renovation plan. Enhanced entryways and a pedestrian tunnel have been added at the main entrance on the corner of Lasuen Street and Roth Way. An ADA compliant ramp has also been added so that all levels of the amphitheater can be reached by wheelchair.
Accessible seating areas are available for all performances. Please purchase ADA tickets through the normal purchase paths for your desired Frost performance. See venue staff once through the venue gates for assistance.
Roth Way, between Palm Drive and Lasuen Street is reserved for disability parking. Guests with state-issued disability parking placard/plates (any state) are encouraged to park on Roth Way and then continue to the Lasuen Gate to enter Frost, which is about 1-2 blocks in distance. To view a map, click here. Guests with mobility limitations can also be dropped off near the corner of Roth Way and Lasuen Street.
Additional restrooms were constructed as part of the Frost renovation project. Ample restrooms are available near both main entrances to the venue, and include a family restroom.
Assistive Listening Devices and Interpreters
Assistive listening devices are available upon request. Please ask an usher who will assist you with obtaining an ALD. Sign language interpreters are available upon request. Advanced notice of at least 14 business days is requested. Please contact the Diversity & Access Office at email@example.com or 650.725.0326 to request interpreters.
Please note that the University restricts pets and emotional support animals from public spaces on campus, with the exception of service animals that are specifically trained to perform a service and/or task for an individual with a disability. Restricted areas include dining areas, athletic venues, performance spaces, etc. If you have questions, need additional information or to report a concern regarding accessibility for Frost please contact the Diversity & Access Office at firstname.lastname@example.org or 650.725.0326.
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