Festival Access Information

The access guide is here as a PDF file. A conventional map of the festival site is being working on.

Assistive Listening Devices

Assistive Listening Devices will be installed in the sound systems in at least two halls. They are low-power FM transmitters that will broadcast to your personal stereo (Walkman-type) headset.

The frequency that the device is broadcasting to will be on a sign in the rooms with the transmitters.

Loaner receivers may be available. Please inquire at the Information Table.


Almost the entire site is accessible by wheelchair. Get an Access Guide in the lobby or at the Information Table.

Handicap Parking

Handicap Parking is available at the Festival site in front of the High School.

The NEFFA Access Committee: Shelagh Ellman-Pearl