Nextfest is located at The Roxy Theatre situated at the intersection of 107 Avenue and 124 Street in downtown Edmonton, Alberta.
This page features information about venue accessibility, getting to the venue (DATS, etc), and accessibility for deaf/HOH patrons.
Our festival is for everyone, and we are continually working to improve the accessibility of our events and venues. Have feedback? We want to hear from you! Reach out at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Roxy Theatre is wheelchair and mobility aid accessible at every level. Wheelchair stalls in both venues at The Roxy can be booked online or by phone.
We recommend booking in advance if you require a wheelchair stall. Theatre Network is happy to provide a free ticket for attendants of those requiring a wheelchair stall.
The Roxy Theatre is also fit with single-stall gender-inclusive accessible washrooms.
Please call us at 780.453.2440 or email email@example.com to book an attendant ticket.
If you have other accessibility requirements, please contact the box office by phone or email as well to make sure we can meet your access needs.
- No ramps or stairs to get through the main entrance of the building.
- There are button switches through the main entrance for doors to open.
- The doors throughout the building are at least 32” wide each.
- There is an elevator located on the south side of the building (or directly to the left of the main entrance) to access every level of the building.
- A wheelchair-accessible washroom stall is located on Level 0 in the main washroom and on Level 2, near the Nancy Power Theatre mezzanine entrance.
- Both the main washroom on Level 0 and the single washroom on Level 2 are all-gender washrooms.
Nancy Power Theatre
- There is a slight ramp as you enter the theatre.
- Level 1 wheelchair stalls are available in the front row, centre of the theatre.
- Row A, accessible from Level 1, is at grade and recommended for patrons who may not wish to use stairs.
- Level 2 Mezzanine can accommodate wheelchair users or patrons with other mobility aids.
- Row L, seats 1 and 16 have open/closing armrests to allow easier access to the seats. These seats at the rear of the theatre are at grade with Level 2.
Lorne Cardinal Theatre
- Seating in the Lorne Cardinal Theatre is flexible and changes per performance, but dedicated wheelchair seating (at grade with Level 0) will always be available. If you require a wheelchair stall, please select this option when purchasing your ticket online, call 780.453.2440, or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Audience seating on L0 does not have arm rests.
- Audience seating on the L1 is on high stools (also without armrests)
- The patio is accessible by the elevator and is at grade with Level 3 of the building.
- The Rehearsal Hall is accessible by the elevator and is at grade with Level 2 of the building.
Getting to the Venue
Taking transit? To get to The Roxy Theatre (10708 124 St) you can take…
- Route 7 (West Edmonton Mall to East) to stop 1808;
- Route 901 (Jasper Place to East) to stop 1755; or
- Route 5 (Westmount to West) to stop 1846.
Street parking is available in the immediate area, along 124th Street (north and south), as well as on 106th and 108th avenues, east and west from 124th Street, in addition to further into the neighbourhood to the east, west, and south. Note the signage to determine if your parking spot is free, paid, or has timing restrictions.
Paid parking is available in Impark Lot 465 at 10831 124th Street.
There is no parking for Nextfest patrons directly behind The Roxy; these spots are not ours and are reserved for other businesses and residences.
Please be kind and respect our neighbours by only parking in designated public spaces, and by keeping noise to a minimum in the later hours when returning to your vehicle.
There are bike racks around the rear of the Roxy Theatre. We recommend locking your bike up tightly.
DATS – DEDICATED ACCESSIBLE TRANSIT SERVICE
DATS is a door-to-door public transportation service for Edmontonians who cannot use regular transit for some or all of their travel needs, due to a physical or cognitive impairment.
DATS is a shared-ride public transportation service operating within the City of Edmonton corporate limits. Wheelchair lift-equipped vehicles, minivans, accessible minivans, taxis, and vans are used to provide DATS service. Vehicles used are clearly identified as “DATS” vehicles.
DATS clients must apply, meet eligibility requirements, and be registered before using DATS.
DATS is administered and scheduled by the DATS section of ETS (Edmonton Transit Service). The DATS budget is supported primarily by the City of Edmonton tax levy. The cost of the service is partially offset with fares collected from the DATS users. Trips are scheduled to make maximum use of this shared ride service while staying within budget.
All passengers must be registered with DATS before booking trips. For more information, call the DATS Customer Care Centre.
To book DATS please visit https://www.edmonton.ca/ets/dedicated-accessible-transit-service
For DATS drop-offs at The Roxy Theatre, the venue is open to the public one hour before the first performance of each day.
These hours are:
- Thursday, June 2- open at 4:00 pm
- Friday, June 3- open at 4:00 pm
- Saturday, June 4- open at 11:00 am
- Sunday, June 5- open at 9:00 am
- Tuesday, June 7- open at 4:00 pm
- Wednesday, June 8- open at 4:00 pm
- Thursday, June 9- open at 4:00 pm
- Friday, June 10- open at 4:00 pm
- Saturday, June 11- open at 11:00 am
- Sunday, June 12- open at 10:00 am
ACCESSIBILITY FOR DEAF AND Hard of Hearing PATRONS
The Nextfest Arts Company is pleased to provide ASL- English Interpretation for some of our live performances.
Here is the full listing: ASL- English Interpreted Shows at Nextfest
Our online projects are captioned or include sound descriptions of the video. All of our digital projects will be online soon.