- The Cedar strives to make our facilities and programming available to as many community members as possible and will accommodate special requests to the best of our ability.
- The Cedar is an always all-ages venue. Discounts are available for people under the age of 12 or above age 65 (not available for advance purchase).
- The Cedar’s performance space is accessible to patrons in wheelchairs. Seating is available for people with disabilities. Please contact us at 612-338-2674 in advance of the show to request reserved seating. Please indicate any needs you have when ordering tickets.
- In 2016, The Cedar renovated its fenced outdoor property into an open, accessible community gathering space and installed a single-unit, all-gender, ADA accessible restroom to accommodate patrons of all needs.
- The Cedar is currently testing SightCompass, a tool which gives blind and low-vision patrons support navigating our space by providing audio descriptions of our facility through the downloadable SiteCompass app. Available soon.
- The Cedar currently has an advisory committee and compliance committee to manage accessibility detail and improvement.
- The Cedar conducts off-site performances in partnership with organizations that serve people with disabilities. Current partners include Midwest Special Services, Lifeworks, WorkAbilities and ALLY People Solutions. In 2015, we were named an ALLY Business Partner of the Year.
- We are constantly striving to improve accessibility for all audience members. Please feel free to contact us with additional feedback on our current accessibility.
To reserve seating or request special accommodations at an upcoming Cedar show, please contact our box office at 612-338-2674.
To become an access partner, serve on the access committee, or for general questions and feedback about accessibility, please contact us at 612-338-2674 ext 103.
This activity is made possible by the voters of Minnesota through a 2013 ADA Access Improvement Grant administration by VSA Minnesota for the Metropolitan Regional Arts Council, thanks to a legislative appropriation from the Arts and Cultural Heritage fund.