Facility Accessibility

Sign Language Interpretation
Sign Language interpreters can be arranged for most events held at the Breslin Center by calling 517-432-1989. Arrangements must be made at least two weeks prior to the event, and tickets must be purchased by that time as well.

Assisted Listening Devices
Phonic Ear headsets are available for all Breslin Center events at the Guest Service booth across from Gate Hall of History. A valid driver's license will be required as a deposit during the event. 

The Breslin Center is equipped with a telecoil (T-coil) loop system around the arena to help individuals with hearing aids enjoy a better experience. Most hearing aids come with the T-coil setting which can be activated through the programming button or switch. Once activated you may proceed to your seat in the arena where audio will stream directly to your hearing aid. The hearing loop reached the green seats in lower bowl and all seats in upper bowl. If you have any trouble connecting to the system, please visit the Guest Services booth across from Gate B for assistance.

Barrier-Free Parking
Accessible parking is available in both of the lots immediately south of the Breslin Center, and are used on a first come, first served basis.

Wheelchair Availability
Complimentary wheelchairs are available for use at the Breslin Center. A valid driver's license will be required as a deposit to obtain a wheelchair at the Guest Services booth across from Gate Hall of History.

Accessible Seating
The Breslin Center has accessible seating platforms and seating areas on the floor level (for most events) for those needing special seating. Elevator access to the floor level is available in the Ticket Office lobby.

Please notify the Ticket Office at the time of your ticket purchase if you require special seating on accessible platforms, or seats with few or no steps.

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