Accessibility

Denver Pagan Pride Day aims to be an accessible event for all. If you would like to request an ASL interpreter, or request information in printed text or Braille, please contact us with your request as soon as possible, at least two weeks in advance of the festival.

The event area is wheelchair accessible, and an ADA compliant portable toilet will be available.

Denver Pagan Pride Day does not provide onsite parking for our guests or vendors. While street parking in the surrounding neighborhood is plentiful, disabled persons parking spaces are extremely limited at our venue and cannot be guaranteed. We are unable to reserve these parking spaces for specific people, as they are open to anyone with a disabled persons parking placard on a first come basis. We encourage our guests who have mobility challenges or restrictions to utilize RTD’s Access-a-Ride program or Uber WAV, either of which can provide door-to-door service to take you straight to the venue.

The venue is about a block or two away from the Colfax and High St. bus stop on the RTD’s #15 bus route.

If you’re unable to access transportation but you would like to attend the festival, or if you would like to be a vendor or volunteer but can’t do so without a helper and you can’t seem to find one, please don’t hesitate to contact us for assistance in networking with volunteers, or connect with others directly on our facebook page to see if you might coordinate a rideshare or find a helping hand.

If you have other special needs or concerns that are not addressed here, please contact us as soon as possible and let us know how we can help.

We look forward to welcoming you at Denver Pagan Pride Day!