New Bag Policy


General Accessibility Info:

Contact as soon as possible with any questions or specific accommodation requests. During events, information is available at the Box Office.

Service animals trained specifically to assist people with disabilities are welcome at all events.

Murphy Arts District does NOT provide:

  • DEVICES that are personal or individually prescribed, such as wheelchairs, prescription eyeglasses, or hearing aids.
  • SERVICES of a personal nature, such as assistance in eating, toileting or dressing, or the pushing of wheelchairs. Specific circumstances are detailed below.
Patrons who are Blind/Vision Impaired:

Patrons and presenters who are blind or have vision impairments should contact us at as soon as possible to discuss reasonable accommodations. During normal business hours, MAD volunteers will be available to read information to patrons requesting accommodation.

Patrons who are Deaf and Hard of Hearing:

Patrons and presenters who are deaf or hard of hearing should contact as soon as possible to discuss reasonable accommodations and to schedule interpreters for conference events, such as keynote presentations, panels, etc. Such services are available on a first-come, first-served basis as the interpreters are available.

MAD does NOT provide connections to sound boards.

Patrons who are Mobility Impaired:

Patrons and presenters with mobility impairments should contact as soon as possible to discuss and arrange accommodations.

Wheelchairs and 3- or 4-wheel electric scooters are allowed and are reasonably accommodated.

The MAD Amphitheater is a large outdoor venue with artificial grass. The accessible viewing area is on the eastern side of the venue. The accessible viewing platform is available to patrons who use mobility devices plus one adult companion and children, as applicable. During large events traffic may be congested and parking can be scarce. Patrons should be prepared to travel long distances.