The Indiana Fiddlers' Gathering not only prides itself on being a fully accessible event but has been recognized by the Indiana Arts Commission as a model of festival accessibility.
In 1990, the Fiddlers' Gathering brought in Therapeutic Innovations, Inc., of Brookston, Indiana, to conduct a study of the festival grounds. The Fiddlers' Gathering then implemented Therapeutic Innovations' recommendations into the grounds, as well as subsequent follow-up reports.
There are extensive handicap facilities integrated into the festival, including ample handicap parking (which is monitored), plenty of accessible bathroom facilities and wheelchair-accessible seating areas close to the main concert stage.
And our staff is always available to accommodate any special needs.