ACCESSIBILITY


The accessibility of Reeperbahn Festival must be assessed individually considering the various infrastructures of the participating clubs. There is a large selection of accessible clubs, however there are also locations that are not accessible with a wheelchair. Guests with disabilities will find below a summary of the most important information provided by disability specialists. General information about corona and general behavior guidelines regarding the containment of SARS-CoV-2 can be found here.

If you have any questions, please contact our team at contact@reeperbahnfestival.com.

The train journey to Hamburg Central Station is barrier-free. If you need assistance changing trains at the departure or destination station, you can register with the Deutsche Bahn Mobility Service. (Tel.: 0180 6 512512, e-mail: msz@deutschebahn.com).

In Hamburg, the HVV transport network offers mostly barrier-free access to the St. Pauli district - the heart of the Reeperbahn Festival. All bus and train stations in the area are equipped with guidance systems for the blind, electronic information displays and elevated bus stops. Buses are equipped with manual ramps for boarding and blind passengers can be assisted in finding their way by announcements at bus and train stops.

The St.Pauli and Feldstraße bus stops can be reached via the Metro bus line 17 and the Davidstraße bus stop via the express bus line 37. The nearby barrier-free underground stations of 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 any technical problems with lifts or would like prior information about their functionality, please call the HVV hotline on 040 19449.  In the HVV flyer "Barrierefrei Unterwegs", visitors with disabilities can find additional information for a barrier-free stay in Hamburg.

Holders of a severely handicapped pass with the mark B are entitled to have an accompanying person travel with them free of charge. We kindly ask these visitors to register with our ticket service by telephone on 040 4132260. On the day of the event, both wristbands (=entrance bands) can be picked up at the Festival Ticket Desk upon presentation of the corresponding ID.

Parking spaces for the disabled are located in Glacischaussee (near the St. Pauli underground station) and from Thursday, September 17, 2020 around the Tanzende Türme, in Zirkusweg and in Beim Trichter Straße on the left and right side of the road.

Barrier-free sanitary facilities are available for disabled visitors in the Festival Village at Heiligengeistfeld and at Spielbudenplatz in the centre of the Reeperbahn. There are also barrier-free toilets at the following locations:

Bahnhof Pauli
Mojo Club
Resonanzraum
St. Michaelis Kirche

The following locations are wheelchair accessible:

Bahnhof Pauli
Grünspan
Knust
Mojo Club
Molotow + Molotow Backyard
Nochtspeicher
Resonanzraum
Stage - Operettenhaus
Spielbudenplatz

For visitors with learning and reading difficulties as well as blind and deaf visitors, we are unfortunately unable to offer an accompanying or communication service. Our service team will of course be happy to answer any questions or suggestions you may have: contact@reeperbahnfestival.com

In case of problems or information needs on site, visitors with disabilities are welcome to contact our team at the information desks (in the Festival Village at Heiligengeistfeld and Spielbudenplatz). In addition, the staff of the participating clubs are always available to help and advise.

We wish you a pleasant and barrier-free experience at Reeperbahn Festival!

This information was compiled by the Initiative Barrierefrei Feiern on behalf of the Reeperbahn Festival.

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