These policies have been updated for Audacity of Sound: Joy.Art.Music street festival on Saturday, July 6 from 3-10pm. Festival grounds include California Plaza, path to and from Ketchum-Downtown YMCA, and Grand Avenue from 2nd Street to Hope Place.
The only available seating is ADA accessible, which will be located in view of the stage, next to the front of house engineer booth. There is no other seating available at the festival. Please plan accordingly and wear comfortable shoes.
If an assisted listening device is required, please request at ADA accessible area.
By entering the festival area which includes California Plaza, Ketchum-Downtown YMCA, and Grand Ave between 2nd Street and Hope Place, each person consents that Grand Performances may photograph, film, videotape, record, or otherwise reproduce the image and /or voice of such person and use the same for any purpose whatsoever without any payment or liability to such person.
Please make sure to follow the signage to keep certain areas clear for emergency access and egress as required by the Los Angeles Fire Department.
We are promoting an eco-friendly festival. Please bring your refillable water bottles as water stations will be available. Also, please leave all glassware at home for safety reasons. No outside alcohol is permitted on the festival grounds or on California Plaza. Alcoholic beverages may be purchased at local restaurants which will have bar service during festival hours.
The festival is non-smoking and non-vaping. If you wish to smoke, please move away from audience, booths, and food areas and go outside of festival area. Please use trash cans to dispose of cigarette butts.
Please turn off ringers on phones, pagers, etc., during festival performances. Please move away from the seating areas to make phone calls.
While service dogs are welcome at California Plaza and the festival; dogs, cats and all other pets are not allowed at performances.
The ADA defines service animals as dogs that are individually trained to do work or perform tasks for people with disabilities. The work or task a dog has been trained to provide must be directly related to the person’s disability. Dogs whose sole function is to provide comfort or emotional support do not qualify as service animals under the ADA.
Unauthorized use of recording equipment and flash equipment of any kind during any performance is prohibited.
For both human safety and to protect the property, no bicycles are to be chained to any structure, railing, tree or other property not intended for securing bicycles. In addition to a bike valet at certain shows, there are bicycle racks in the garage on the P2 level of Cal1 and on the sidewalk for public use. Please no bicycle riding on property.