Accessibility - Harvest Music Festival : Harvest Music Festival


Harvest is dedicated to fostering community amongst all festival patrons, artists, volunteers, staff, sponsors and Board Members. Harvest is committed to delivering a festive and welcoming experience for people of every ability, age, colour, gender, gender identity and expression, income level, language, physical appearance, place of origin, race, religion, and sexual orientation. Everyone has the right to feel safe and free from harm, and feel a sense of belonging at Harvest. 

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Venue Accessibility Age Restrictions
Coors Light Blues Tent (Behind City Hall, 1 York St) Standing room venue with some bleachers. Accessible viewing area (chairs permitted) is located near the stage. An Accessibility Assistant can be found at admissions. Accessible washrooms. All ages early evening shows. 19+ after 8pm.
Ginger Agency Stage at The Barracks Standing room on grass and pavement with some bleachers. Accessible washrooms. All ages
The TD Marquee Stage at the Playhouse (686 Queen St) Assigned seating with accessible seats available with advance request. Ramp at entrance. Accessible washrooms. Accessible parking. 2+
King’s Place Stage (440 King St) Outdoor venue with standing room. Accessible by ramp/curb at intersection sidewalks.  All Ages
Fredericton’s Own Stage (City Hall, 397 Queen St.) Outdoor venue with standing room. Accessible by ramp/curb at intersection sidewalks.  All Ages

*Venue information for our Pubs and Clubs series will be available closer to the festival, once programming has been announced. 


There is an accessible drop-off location at the road closure at Queen St. and York St. intersection. To access the drop-off location, drive up to the road closure gate on King St. and York St. where you will be met by security. Inform security that you require the accessible drop-off location, and they will let you in! 

Please note: there is no parking at Harvest. This is a drop-off location only. After being dropped off, the driver of the vehicle will need to find alternate parking. There is plenty of space and seating near the drop-off to wait for your driver, and there will be an Accessibility Attendant volunteer at this location between 5-10pm. 


There is an accessible viewing area located near the stage at the Blues Tent. To access this area, please let admissions know. There will be an Accessibility Attendant volunteer who is available should you like guidance to this area. You’re welcome to bring your own seating if needed. You may also be accompanied by a support person.


Accessible transit is now available on all Fredericton City buses. For more information, please head over to the Fredericton Transit website. ANBL Safe Ride details will be announced closer to the festival. 


Persons with disabilities may have a support person accompany them to shows, free of charge. Your support person will not require a ticket at the Blues Tent events. To arrange a ticket for a support person at the Playhouse shows, please call our office at 506-454-2583 or send an email to While pets are not permitted at Harvest, we welcome service animals.


If you require additional information or support, please get in touch with us by calling our office at 506-454-2583 or emailing