Access for All
The Billings Symphony is committed to providing access and help to those with disabilities. We perform in venues we do not own, so sometimes accessibility issues are beyond our control. Please contact the Billings Symphony box office at 406-252-3610 to ask questions or get more information regarding accessibility. If you need telephone help, please call the Telecom Relay Service (TRS) by dialing 711.
ALBERTA BAIR THEATER
Seating is provided in the lobby while waiting for auditorium doors to open.
A wheelchair is available for use while at the theater.
Accessible/wheelchair seating is available by request by phone at 406-256-6052, through the “buy tickets” link on this website, and at the Alberta Bair Theater box office on the corner of Broadway and 3rd Avenue N (2801 Third Ave N). Please indicate when buying tickets if you require accessible seating. There are seven (7) accessible/wheelchair spaces available on the main floor and two in the loge. (click to view seating chart) These spaces, plus a companion seat for each, are withheld from general sale until the day of the performance or until the event is otherwise sold out. Because seating for persons with disabilities is limited, only one additional ticket is allowed for an attendant within the same section. Wheelchair access is available through any of the main doors.
- 2 spots located on North Broadway directly across from the theater (distance to front entrance 125 feet).
- 1 spot located on 3rd Avenue North directly across from the theater (distance 125 feet to front entrance).
- 1 spot located in U.S. Bank parking lot across from theater (distance 300 feet to front entrance). (Check for use restrictions during normal business hours.)
- 4 spots in Miller Building parking lot behind the theater (distance 300 feet to front entrance). (Check for use restrictions during normal business hours.)
- Multiple spots at all levels in Park 1 Garage, elevator provided, located one block west of theater.
Is the sound too loud? Depending on where you are sitting during a performance, you may feel the volume is a bit loud. Please remember there are complimentary soft foam earplugs available upon request from the ushers or the Coat Check Counter.
Is the sound too quiet? Complimentary assisted listening devices are available at the Coat Check Counter for those with hearing impairments.
Sign language interpreters are available by request. Please allow ample time for scheduling an interpreter.
Large print playbill notes, study guides, etc. are available by request. Please request them when purchasing your tickets or reserving your seats.
If you need further assistance, would like accessibility information, and/or to request accommodations, please call the ABT box office at 406-256-6052, Monday-Friday, 10-5, or email the ABT staff anytime at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Billings Depot
Parking is available in the East and West parking lots on Saturday and Sunday. Street parking in the area is also available. The parking lots are not available between 6 a.m. and 5 p.m. Monday through Friday. A limited number of spaces are available in the West lot in the spaces with "Depot Complex" signs posted.
The Babcock Theater
Parking is available on the street and in the parking garages around the Babcock Theater.