Inclusivity at Deni Ute Muster
Sara never misses the Deni Ute Muster, except when COVID lockdowns prevented it. This year, they received funding to build a full toilet / personal care facility (we did a support letter for the grant), so Sara no longer had to leave the Muster just for personal care but was able to stay and enjoy the event🥳. To add to the excitement organisers also planned a surprise meet and greet with Sara and Jessica Mauboy! 🤩 Accessibility challenges are a common concern at festivals. The provision of bathroom facilities at festivals being a big problem. Portable toilet facilities are the norm, but these often lack adapted access for those with disabilities, compounding the challenges faced by festival-goers. Thankfully, society is progressing towards a more inclusive future, with a growing awareness of the significance of accessible entertainment events. As a result, disability-friendly options for festival attendance are gradually making their way into the mainstream, reflecting a positive shift towards a more inclusive and accessible experience for all.