In compliance with the 1990 Americans with Disabilities Act, PrideFest is proud to state that we are continuously striving to make our festival accessible to everyone. We welcome your comments! You can reach us by calling (414) 272-3378 (voice), or email us

Stage Area Seating

During PrideFest, the main stage area, located at the Miller Lite Mainstage, will offer raised platforms and accessible picnic tables (where marked) for patrons who use wheelchairs. Accessible seating at picnic tables is located throughout the grounds.

Braille Schedules

Copies of the Schedule of Daily Events, typeset in Braille, will be available at the Wheelchair and Stroller rental area booth located inside the mid-gate (main entrance).

Sign Language Interpreters



Sign language interpreters will be provided for our National Acts at Miller Stage in the evening. However, an interpreter can be provided for specific performances upon request by contacting the PrideFest Accessibility Director. A minimum of two weeks prior notice is required so that an interpreter can be secured and materials/lyrics can be obtained from the artist/speaker.

Telephones & TTY

Accessible public telephones are located outside of each restroom area. Many of our phones have volume-controlled handsets. A text telephone (TTY) is available behind the Harley-Davidson Roadhouse next to the First Aid building.

Electric Scooter Rental

Electric mobility scooters are available for rent at a cost of $30.00 per day per scooter.  All rentals (scooters, wheelchairs and strollers) are on a first-come, first-served basis (no reservations will be taken).  Please visit the Accessibility booth located behind the ticket windows just inside the Main Gate plaza.

Food & Bar Assistance

If you need any assistance carrying food and beverages on the festival grounds, contact a PrideFest “Courtesy Staff” member for assistance.

Drinking Fountains

Drinking fountains are located outside each restroom area and are accessible to all patrons. Drinking fountains can also be found near the Children’s Area.

Please Note:
 Service animals are allowed on the grounds provided the animal does not pose a danger or threat to other service animals or patrons. Owners of service animals are responsible for the animal’s personal cares. A relief area for service animals is located near the Respite Pavilion.


For accommodations for people who are deaf, hard of hearing, blind or have low vision and other services not mentioned on this website, please contact