Session Description

In building community through the power of free, live music, Levitt venues and concert sites can be a beacon to help end the stigmatization of having a disability by more intentionally incorporating accessibility values into event operations—to foster a greater sense of belonging for all abilities and identities so every concertgoer can enjoy a safe, inclusive and amazing experience at Levitt concerts. The Accessible Event Planning session provided an in-depth discussion sharing best practices and tips for welcoming and interacting with disabled guests in a respectful, caring manner.


Accessible Event Planning (PDF)

Going to a Concert at The Musikfest Café: A Social Story (PDF)

Inclusion Dining & Jams Recap Video

Sample Image Description (PDF)

Accessible Festivals

Inclusion Festival

RAMPD: Recording Artists and Music Professionals with Disabilities

Accessible website tools:
AccessiBE overlay

Recite Me


Leah Barron

Leah Barron is the Programs Director for Accessible Festivals, the co-founder of Inclusion Festival, a special education teacher, and a registered yoga instructor with experience working in a variety of settings including public schools, private studios, and home-based instruction. Leah is committed to improving the quality of life and access to community resources for people of all abilities through direct service and event planning.