EDC Festival 2023 is accessible to people with disabilities?

Electronic music fans were celebrating the ninth edition of the popular Electric Daisy Carnival, which took place from February 24-26 at the Hermanos Rodríguez Autodrome.

Established in 1997, the festival has been performed in countries such as the United States, Japan, Brazil and the United Kingdom, and is considered the largest for electronic music outside of Europe. According to one publication, it has been preserved thriving in Mexican soil since 2014 until now. infobae.

And so, in the latest edition, the audience was shaken by a selection of more than 100 local and international electronic music acts. Marshmello, Martin Garrix, Diplo, Tiesto, Rehab, Elenium, Above & Beyond, and other DJs are the crowd-pleasing draw. One hundred thousand participants only on the first day, according to the numbers of the organizers.

Among those present were people with disabilities who spoke about their experiences in very different ways, each with different circumstances. On the other hand, influencers such as Jose Guevara and Gene Molini, both wheelchair users, shared on their social networks that although the festival met their expectations, they still had a duty.

“The EDC stage is really impressive. A very cool experience at my favorite production festival,” Jen wrote on her personal Facebook page.

This, despite the fact that the EDC advertises accommodations for people with disabilities who use canes, crutches, or wheelchairs.

“Since I arrived, the arrivals staff saw me, and since it’s a rather long journey from the street entrance, I also came with a wheelchair, and the carnalitos offered me a trolley service, it’s completely free, so I said ‘how cool’,

Rodrigo, 27, told Digital Medium.

“They took me a cart like a golf man, they actually put me here, I already gave them the tickets, they scanned it and that’s it, what is the wheelchair is a bit complicated because of the unevenness there is, but I already said ‘as we walk, I’d better use crutches because Easier, but the truth is, I’m very good.”

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Thus, Rodrigo had no problem enjoying the festival’s amenities, because although he uses a wheelchair, he has the ability to walk, which other people with mobility impairments don’t.

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