With each of the clubs and venues involved in the Reeperbahn Festival having their own individual infrastructure designs, accessibility has to be addressed in consultation with the clubs’ managers. All accessible venues are listed below and the following details contain the key information compiled by experts for Reeperbahn Festival guests with disabilities. If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to contact our team at email@example.com.
Fully accessible travel by train to Hamburg main station is provided. If you need assistance changing trains at your departure or destination station, please contact the mobility service of Deutsche Bahn, the German rail operator. (Tel.: +49 (0)180 6 512512, E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org).
In Hamburg, the city’s HVV transport network offers mainly accessible transport to the St. Pauli district, the heart of the Reeperbahn Festival. All nearby bus and train stations have guide systems for the blind, electronic information displays and raised bus stops. Buses are fitted with manual ramps for boarding, and blind passengers receive guidance via announcements made at the bus and train stops.
The St. Pauli and Feldstraße stops can be reached via Metro bus line 17 and the Davidstraße stop via the express bus line 37. The surrounding accessible underground stations (U-Bahn) for the festival are: Feldstraße (line U3) and St. Pauli (line U3). The Reeperbahn station (lines S1 and S3) does not have a lift, but is easily accessible for people who are not mobility impaired. If you have technical problems with lifts or need information about how they work, please call the HVV hotline on 040 19449. Visitors with disabilities can find additional information on accessible travel in Hamburg in the HVV flyer titled "Barrierefrei Unterwegs".
Holders of a pass for people with a severe disability with the symbol B can bring an accompanying person free of charge. We kindly ask these visitors to register with our ticket service by calling +49 (0)40 4132260. On event days, both wristbands (= admission bands) can be picked up at the Festival Ticket Desk by showing your relevant ID.
Signposted parking spaces for people with disabilities are located in Glacischaussee (near St. Pauli U-Bahn station) and in the area of the Tanzenden Türme, in Zirkusweg and Beim Trichter on the left- and right-hand side of the road.
There are accessible toilet and washroom facilities in the Festival Village at the Heiligengeistfeld and the Spielbudenplatz in the centre of the Reeperbahn. Accessible toilets are also situated at the following venues:
St. Michaelis Kirche
The following venues are accessible by wheelchair:
Molotow + Molotow Backyard
Stage - Operettenhaus
3001 Kino cinema
We regret that we cannot offer an escort or communication service for visitors with learning and reading difficulties or for blind and deaf visitors. If you have any questions or suggestions, please contact our service team at the info desks or by e-mail: email@example.com
If you have any problems or need information anywhere at the festival, visitors with disabilities are welcome to contact our team at the Info Desk (Festival Village on Heiligengeistfeld and Spielbudenplatz). Also, staff at the clubs hosting festival events are also on hand with information.
We wish all visitors a great time at the Reeperbahn Festival!
Information compiled by the “Barrierefrei Feiern” initiative, on behalf of the Reeperbahn Festival.