Ability Fest will transform Alexandra Gardens into a fully accessible outdoor music venue this November.
Dylan Alcott’s Ability Fest returns this Saturday November 27, with this year’s iteration taking over Alexandra Gardens.
After being forced to cancel last year’s event due to COVID-19, the beloved festival has revealed a stellar lineup for its 2021 return.
What you need to know
- Ability Fest is happening at Alexandra Gardens on Saturday November 27
- The lineup has been announced
- Tickets are on sale from 12pm Thursday August 12
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This year’s festival will welcome the likes of Peking Duk, Cub Sport, Eves Karydas, What So Not, Nina Las Vegas,Motez, Illy, Alex The Astronaut, and more to the stage.
The fully accessible event will ensure everyone has a good time with elevated viewing platforms, pathways, quiet zones, a designated sensory area, companion ticketing and AUSLAN interpreters.
“Ability Fest started as a place to bring friends together to enjoy good quality live music – no matter what your access challenges may be. Today, four years in, we have created an event that sets a new standard in the festival world, and shows others what is possible,” said Alcott.
“I want to give young people with disability the opportunity to experience the magic of a music festival which previously may not have been possible for them, and raise a hell of a lot of money in the process,” he added.
Since launching Ability Fest in 2017, the Dylan Alcott Foundation has raised over $300,000 for Australians living with a disability.
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Ability Fest is happening at Alexandra Gardens on Saturday November 27. Tickets are on sale from 12pm Thursday August 12.