Free tickets for people with disability
To encourage participation and improve access to live performance, the Margaret River HEART is offering free tickets to community members who identify as having a disability.
The venue has allocated 20 complimentary seats to each of their entrepreneurial [email protected] concerts, which occur three to four times a year during 2021 and 2022.
Margaret River HEART General Manager Nicky Hansen said the initiative aims to remove barriers to attendance and cater to the needs of people with disability who are concerned about access to live entertainment in the region.
“It can often be quite stressful for individuals with disability to attend events, and we want to provide an inclusive environment for anyone with an artistic flare or passion for the arts,” she said.
“We’re keen to strengthen the venue’s relationship with disabled audiences and hope to use music to showcase the accessible features of the HEART and promote disability awareness.
“Patrons with disability will have the opportunity to test drive the venue and provide feedback on their experience and we hope this inspires them to be more engaged and involved.”
30 Foot Drop Managing Director Ben Aldridge said the Homegrown program is about the power of music to communicate, no matter what your ability is.
The HEART would like to connect with local musicians with disability who are interested in performing at a Homegrown concert. Applications are accepted online here.
July 22 and 23 will see the next [email protected] outing, with ARIA Nominee and WAMAward winning artist Mama Kin alongside a line up of local folk musicians.
To enquire about the free tickets, please visit or call the Box Office on 9780 5294 between 10am and 4pm, Monday to Friday. Our friendly staff will help you plan your visit and ensure we can meet any access requirements you have.