Service for mobility-impaired

To give all spectators easier access to outdoor shows, the Festival d’été de Québec provides reserved sections for spectators who have special needs. 

Adapted toilets at the site, chairs available, ramps and hard surface access paths, drinks sold nearby.

The pass is mandatory, for accompanying individuals as well.


In the interest of fairness, the first wave of bookings will take place on weekdays and the second wave will take place on weekends. Since 2019 there is an alternation every year in order to favour everyone.

Purchase your pass

Exclusive presale for Desjardins members or the regular sale.

When making your reservation, mention if there will be an accompanying individual. Maximum of one accompanying individual per person, regardless of the age.

Reservations for the entire evening. No reservations taken for the second show only.
Voice mail reservations will not be taken.

Once your reservation is made, if you are unable to attend, please contact us so we can give your place to someone else.


The FEQ is using an e-ticket system to improve traffic on its sites and do a better control of the reservations.

An e-ticket, in the name of the person who booked, will be emailed for each booking. This e-ticket must be presented at the entrance of the Bell Stage on the Plains of Abraham, at Parc Grande-Allée Stage and at the Hydro-Québec Stage at place D'Youville.

With e-tickets, we’re able to identify those who reserve a seat but don’t show up on the evening of the show. The FEQ wants to make sure that a maximum number of places in the area for people with reduced mobility are used every night and thus satisfy a majority of users

First Round of Reservations 

By phone at 418-800-3347 or 1-855-800-3347
Maximum of four dates.

Second Round of Reservations

By phone at 418-800-3347 or 1-855-800-3347
There will be no limits, you'll be allowed to reserve for all the dates you want.

Evening of the Show

Come with your accompanying individual to the entrance to the site before 8: 30 p.m. If you arrive later, your reservation will be cancelled. If some places are still available, these would be assigned on a first come, first served basis.

Accompanying individuals must arrive at the same time as spectators who have special needs.

IMPORTANT - Allowed and forbidden objects in areas with reduced mobility are the same as for general admission sections. To avoid unpleasant surprises, please consult the list  before going on site.

Note that seats are not assigned on a first come, first served basis. Hosting staff will ensure that the space is optimized so that everyone in the area has the best possible view of the stage.

At blockbuster shows, you will exit a few minutes after the end of the show for safety reasons. You may also leave before the end of the show.

Reserved areas are intended for exclusive use by customers who meet the criteria outlined in the Policy on this page. The FEQ reserves the right to expel from the site and to remove its rights of access to any person who would fraudulently attempt to take advantage of this privilege.

Reserved Areas

Located next to the Bistro SAQ, in front of the Bell Signature Zone.

Accessible from the Musée des plaines d'Abraham parking area.

Access to this parking area for adapted transportation from Wilfrid-Laurier Avenue.

300 places for restricted-mobility spectators and accompanying individuals. Bistro SAQ service provided.

Loto-Québec stage at place George-V : Area located at the corner of the streets Grande-Allée and George-V west.

SiriusXM stage at parc de la Francophonie : Area located at the corner of the streets Grande-Allée and D'Artigny.

45 places for restricted-mobility spectators and accompanying individuals.

As both stages are located on the same site and shows take place simultaneously on each stage, a reservation includes a place reserved for each area. It will then be possible to change stage as many times as you want.

Please take note shows on each stage will be presented on giant screens on the other stage.

Located on the terrace at the back of the site, facing the stage, at the corner of Des Glacis and St-Jean, on the east side of Rue des Glacis.

20 places, including restricted-mobility spectators and accompanying individuals.


The reserved sections are for festival-goers who wish to attend shows in theses sections and have a disability which restricts their movements in the crowd, whether permanently or temporarily (limb in a cast or mobility-impairing injury), and must use a manual or electric wheelchair, three-or four-wheel scooter, multi-prong cane, white cane, crutches, walker, seeing-eye dog or assistance dog (an attestation may be requested) as a mean to palliate their handicap.


Group reservations may be made by associations only. A maximum of 8 persons having special needs and 4 accompanying individuals applies to the Bell Stage on the Plains of Abraham and 4 persons having special needs and 2 accompanying individuals applies to the Loto-Québec Stage and the SiriusXM Stage at Parc Grande Allée, and the Hydro-Québec Stage at Place D'Youville.