All concerts at Weill Hall, Green Music Center are accessible to people with special needs.
If you need assistance ordering tickets or assistance not outlined on this page, please contact our Patron Services staff.

Phone: (707) 546-8742

Wheelchair Accessible Seating

Wheelchair accessible seating is available for all performances at Weill Hall, Green Music Center and may be ordered online, in person, or over the phone. Available on all three floors, wheelchair accessible seating allows patrons to remain in the comfort of their chairs while enjoying the performance. Elevator service for Weill Hall is located on the north end of Person Lobby for access to the Choral Circle and Balcony.

For assistance, please contact Patron Services at (707) 546-8742 or email

Wheelchair Accessible Parking

As you enter the SSU campus from Rohnert Park Expressway, there are multiple parking lots immediately to your right. Parking is available in Lots L, M, N, and O. Parking Map.

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Drop-Off/Pick-Up Lane

The Drop-Off/Pick-Up Lane located in front of the Music Education Hall allows patrons with limited mobility an easier walk to the Green Music Center

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Courtesy Wheelchairs

Courtesy wheelchairs that patrons may use on a temporary basis to assist guests from the Drop-Off/Pick-Up Lane.

If wheelchair assistance is needed, please walk over to the Box Office at your time of arrival. The Box Office is located on the first floor of the Music Education Hall, adjacent to the courtyard of Weill Hall. Patron Services staff will call front of house staff for wheelchair assistance.

Assistive Listening Devices

Assistive Listening Devices for the hearing-impaired are available at coat check in Person Lobby. The coat check is located in the far-right corner of the lobby, adjacent to concessions.

Large Print Programs

Located at the concierge desk, large print programs are available for all Symphony Classical Series concerts.

Service Animals

Service Animals are welcomed at Weill Hall. As of March 15, 2011, animals recognized as service animals are listed under titles II and III of the ADA. In addition, the service animal must be individually trained to do work or perform tasks that are directly related to the person’s disability. Dogs whose sole function is to provide comfort or emotional support no longer qualify as service animals under the ADA. For more information, please visit, or if you have questions or need further assistance, please contact Patron Services at (707) 546-8742 or email