Service for mobility-impaired

To give all spectators easier access to outdoor shows, the Festival d’été de Québec provides reserved sections for spectators who have special needs.

Adapted toilets at the site, chairs available, ramps and hard surface access paths, drinks sold nearby.

The pass is mandatory, for accompanying individuals as well.

RESERVATIONS

In the interest of fairness, the first wave of bookings will take place on the weekend (Saturday, May 18) and the second wave will take place on weekdays (Monday, June 3). From now on, there will be an alternation every year in order to favour everyone.

Purchase your pass

Tuesday April 2 at noon - Exclusive presale for Desjardins members
Thursday April 4 at noon - Regular sale

Maximum of four dates per person, including an accompanying individual.
Reservations for the first show of the evening or for both. No reservations taken for the second show only.
Voice mail reservations will not be taken.

First Round of Reservations

From Saturday May 18 at 10 AM.
By phone only: 418-800-3347 oR 1-855-800-3347  
Maximum of four dates per person, including an accompanying individual.

Second Round of Reservations

From Monday June 3 at 9 AM.
By phone only: 418-800-3347 or 1-855-800-3347  
There will be no limits, you'll be allowed to reserve for all the dates you want. 

Evening of the Show

If you are unable to attend, please contact us so we can give your place to someone else.

Come with your accompanying individual to the entrance to the site before 8: 30 p.m., at least 30 minutes before the gates open. If you arrive later, you will be refused admission.

Note that seats are not assigned on a first come, first served basis. Hosting staff will ensure that the space is optimized so that everyone in the area has the best possible view of the stage.

At blockbuster shows, you will exit a few minutes after the end of the show for safety reasons. You may also leave before the end of the show.

Reserved areas are intended for exclusive use by customers who meet the criteria outlined in the Policy on this page. The FEQ reserves the right to expel from the site and to remove its rights of access to any person who would fraudulently attempt to take advantage of this privilege.

Reserved Areas

Located next to the Bistro SAQ, in front of the Bell Signature Zone.Accessible from the Musée des plaines d'Abraham parking area. Access to this parking area for adapted transportation from Rue Wilfrid-Laurier.300 places for restricted-mobility spectators and accompanying individuals. Bistro SAQ service provided.

IMPORTANT – Loto-Québec Stage is now located at place George-V

Area located at the back of the field, along Grande-Allée Street. The entrance and landing area will be confirmed at a later date.

45 places, including restricted-mobility spectators and accompanying individuals.

Located on the terrace at the back of the site, facing the stage, at the corner of Des Glacis and St-Jean, on the east side of Rue des Glacis.

20 places, including restricted-mobility spectators and accompanying individuals.

Policy

The reserved sections for Festival d’été de Québec spectators having special needs are accessible to any individual who is mobility-impaired, whether permanently or temporarily (limb in a cast or mobility-impairing injury), and who must use a manual or electric wheelchair, three- or four-wheel scooter, multi-prong cane, white cane, crutches, walker, guide or service dog (an attestation may be requested)..

Associations

Group reservations may be made by associations only. A maximum of 8 persons having special needs and 4 accompanying individuals applies to the Bell Stage on the Plains of Abraham and 4 persons having special needs and 2 accompanying individuals applies to the Loto-Québec Stage at place George-V and the Hydro-Québec Stage at Place D'Youville.