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Fiddler’s Green Amphitheatre

6350 Greenwood Plaza Boulevard, Greenwood Village, Colorado, United States
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    Category: Do
    Address: 6350 Greenwood Plaza Boulevard
    Greenwood Village
    United States
    Price Level: **
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    1. brian1 Fiddler's Green Amphitheatre
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      Gave two chances, will try to not go here again. I will say that at the end of our 2nd bad experience we met someone from the venue management/promotions team who is working to make it more accessible, however she doesn’t seem to have much support from the venue ownership. Website not descriptive for accommodations, and was misleading…lawn seats are not accessible for wheelchairs (as stated-first show 2018). Parking is on the opposite side of the venue unless you sneak into one of the five ADA spots on the north side of the venue…parking attendants don’t know of these five spots. Staff was not trained inside or outside of the venue and don’t know which entrance to have you go in depending on your seats. If you go in the wrong entrance there are over a dozen concrete steps in between the different accessible areas. No real accessible entrance—tables have to be moved to bypass metal detectors and then you get to be the one who slows the line down. No family restroom and guest services who should know where to send me looked at my wife like she had2 heads. Ended up talking to management an hour later and used employee restroom…but my wife missed the whole 2nd show finding someone capable of dealing with my needs.

      I’m sure the place is actually ADA, But there is no family restroom, and it seemed that the entire staff of this 10,000+ person venue was not trained and incapable of assisting anybody with a special need.

      The only positives were the 2 attendants inside that knew where our seats were after talking to a dozen other employees, and that there’s a wheelchair lift to the seats up front (although you need an employee to operate and there isn’t one stationed there).

      Stay away.

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