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August 8-21, 2022

Accessibility

The Tuckamore Festival presents both live performances from various locations in St. John’s as well as online livestreams and virtual performances. We are pleased each year to continue working towards making our annual event more inclusive and accessible to all patrons.

Our D.F. Cook Recital Hall and Suncor Energy Hall concerts are located in the Memorial University School of Music. These venues are entirely wheelchair accessible including all entrances and washrooms, as well as designated areas for wheelchair seating in both halls.

The First Light Centre for Performance and Creativity, located in Cochrane Street United Church, features an accessible entrance through its Cochrane Street doorway as well as an accessible, gender-neutral washroom.

The Anglican Cathedral features an accessible entrance, located on Gower Street. Please note that the washrooms are not wheelchair accessible; they are in the basement of the Cathedral.

Bannerman Park is an outdoor venue which has its Tuckamore debut this year – weather pending! Bannerman Park’s gazebo/”stage” features an accessible entrance through its paved pathway via Bannerman Road.

If you need assistance to enter any of our physical venues, please let our staff know at (709) 330-4599 and we will ensure someone is there to meet you on the evening.

As for our concerts online, anyone can enjoy great music from the comfort of their own home with access to a computer or phone. However, if technical assistance is required, please feel free to request assistance with accessing our virtual content.



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