Los Angeles Comic Con is a fully accessible event and we welcome people of all abilities. We’ve implemented the following policies to provide the best possible service.
The ADA Desk is located in the South Hall Lobby near Exhibitor Registration. This is where attendees requiring ADA accommodations can pick up their badge, obtain an ADA sticker and learn more about other accessibility services at Los Angeles Comic Con. This is just inside the main South Hall entrance on Figueroa!
Please note that you will see signs directing fans to Attendee Badge Pickup – Do not follow these signs! Make your way to the South Hall Lobby and look for the “ADA Desk & Badge Pickup” banner.
An ADA sticker identifies you to Staff and Security and indicates that you may need additional assistance. One companion sticker will be issued for each ADA sticker.
You will get your ADA sticker at the ADA Desk at the same time that you pick up your badge.
The Main Stage will have American Sign Language interpreters during all show hours. In addition to the Main Stage interpreters, we will also have a limited number of ASL interpreters available for individual assistance in the upstairs panel rooms. ASL Interpreter Desk will be located in the hallway of the 300-400 level rooms.
There is a selection of seats at the Main Stage that are reserved for attendees with disabilities/an ADA sticker. These seats are available on a first come, first serve basis, and can be found on the raised platform to the left of the stage (when looking at the stage).
We may provide expedited line access for most autographs and photo ops. Please arrive towards the beginning of any scheduled time, as guests often quickly reach capacity, and show your ADA sticker to the help staff onsite.
We will have a quiet room located in the upstairs panel rooms as a place to escape from the crowds and sensory overload. The quiet room is in panel room 409B.
If you have feedback or suggestions to help us improve your show experience, please reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject line “ADA accommodations” and we’ll do our best to meet your needs.