Cully Jazz wishes to make its site as accessible as possible so that everyone can enjoy the Festival.
Disability services & access
Access to the Festival's site
Cully Jazz has disabled parking places close to the Festival’s site. Please ask our security agents who will direct you.
Cully train station is unfortunately not wheelchair friendly.
The pavements between the Temple and the lake-side are narrow and could cause a need for assistance.
Wheelchair accessible toilets equipped with Eurokeys are situated at Cully’s Place d’Armes. If necessary, the information point at the shore of the lake has a Eurokey at its disposal.
Another toilet is available at the Next Step, near the entrance.
The Festival works with the Chaise Rouge – a service offered by the Croix-Rouge vaudoise with the help of Pro Infirmis Vaud – to offer a personalised accompaniment adapted to people with reduced mobility. The Chaise Rouge volunteers are present on site throughout the Festival to answer all requests and needs depending on each type of disability.
People with reduced mobility who wish to be helped by the Chaise Rouge throughout their evening at the Festival can contact the Croix-Rouge vaudoise who will put them in contact with a volunteer.
Contact the Croix-Rouge vaudoise: +41 21 340 00 99 or email@example.com
Access to the concert venues and caveaux
The Chapiteau, Next Step and the Temple are accessible to people with disabilities.
The staff at the entrance of the venues will help you to find a place inside.