ADA - Sol Fest | Music & Arts Festival



Sol Fest is an accessible event, and we are dedicated to continually improving our efforts to ensure you have access to all the event amenities. We welcome and encourage all feedback from our patrons.

The following explains the services provided this year. Please read this guide thoroughly.

For any accessibility-related questions not answered in the guide, please email us at and we will do our best to assist you and address your accessibility needs.

Please note, patrons needing ADA services including access to accessible viewing areas must visit the Sol Fest Booth at the time of arrival. An ADA wristband will be provided at registration and the wristband must be worn during the entirety of the event. A companion wristband may also be provided. Please fill out the ADA REGISTRATION FORM  so we can best assist you.

Wheelchair Accessibility
The venue is navigable for people with mobility disabilities. The event is held on a natural terrain of grass with some hills and slopes, and areas with sand and water. There are accessible pathways throughout the venue including parking, entrances, stages, ADA viewing areas, and other areas.

We encourage all guests with mobility disabilities to utilize personal forms of transportation, including wheelchairs and scooters. Crutches, walkers, and canes are also permitted to be brought into the event.
If you need to recharge your motorized mobility device, you may do so at the dedicated charging station located on the site map. Patrons should bring all cords and accessories needed to charge their device. Chargers must use a 110-volt, 20 amp circuit.

We will not be providing wheelchair or scooter rentals.

ADA Parking
ADA Parking is limited on a first come, first serve basis and requires a parking pass. In order to park in ADA parking, you will need a verified handicap placard, permit, or license plate. The person to whom the handicap credential is issued must be present in the vehicle. To register for an ADA parking spot, please fill out the ADA REGISTRATION FORM.

ADA Camping
Accessible camping locations are available for those with accessibility needs. Campsites include close access to paths, entrances, exits, shuttles, accessible restrooms, and accessible showers.
Accessible camping spots are available on a first come, first serve basis. Limited spots may be available to unregistered guests onsite but are not guaranteed. To register for an ADA camping spot, please fill out the ADA REGISTRATION FORM.

You will need a verified handicap placard, permit, or license plate. The person to whom the handicap credential is issued must be present in the vehicle.

Accessibility Booth

Service Animals
Service animals are permitted throughout the venue. However this does not include emotional support animals, therapy animals, or companion animals. Any animal whose task is to provide protection, emotion support, well-being, comfort, or companionship is not considered a service animal and will not be allowed into the venue. Only vaccinated service animals that have been individually trained will be provided service animal credentials and permitted within the premises. Please do not leave your service animal unattended.

The following guidelines must be followed: 

1) The service animal must be registered at the Sol Fest Tent upon entry.
2) A service animal must be under the control of its handler. Under the ADA, service animals must be harnessed, leashed, or tethered, unless the individual’s disability prevents using these devices or these devices interfere with the service animal’s safe, effective performance of tasks. In that case, the individual must maintain control of the animal through voice, signal, or other effective controls.
3) The person bringing an animal accepts full responsibility for the animal and is liable for any damage or injury caused by the animal.
4) The animal must be housebroken and the handler must clean up after the service animal.

In Florida, falsely claiming a pet as a service animal is a second-degree misdemeanor under § 413.08(9), Fla. Stat. (2023), and a conviction can result in a jail sentence of up to 60 days plus a $500 fine.