Chicago Air & Water Show - Accessibility FAQs

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1. Is accessible seating available for people with disabilities? Yes, accessible seating is available on a first come first served basis during show hours to individuals with disabilities. Primary Accessible Seating will be provided for the Air & Water Show at the north end of the North Avenue Beach House viewing stands. There will be no Secondary Accessible Seating for this event. Beach mats will be in place for accessible travel over sand to/from the seating area.

 

The following is a list of what is required to obtain accessible seating:

  • Individuals who use wheelchairs 
  • Individuals with disabilities who are ambulatory, but use mobility devises such as walkers or crutches
  • Individuals who are ambulatory, but who are unable to stand during the performance
  • Individuals who are deaf or hard of hearing and need unobstructed sightlines to the sign language interpreter
  • Individuals who are blind or have visual impairments that require seating in close proximity to the stage

 

2. Where is the transportation drop off and pick up located?  For Paratransit and vehicles transporting people with disabilities, the location is the entrance to North Avenue Beach.

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