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If you have specific questions about accessibility at any of our events or venues, please contact Samantha. Large print programs are available at all of our events.

Accessibility information for the Martin Marietta Center for the Performing Arts is available here.

At Hayes Barton Baptist Church, the concert entrance will be under the large portico on the Whitaker Mill Road side of the church. There are handicap parking spaces near this entrance.

Accessibility information for the Wake Forest Renaissance Centre can be found on their website. The downtown location offers many parking options, including a parking lot adjacent to the Renaissance Centre. The lot includes accessible parking in close proximity to the front door. Guests are always welcome to drop-off and pick-up guests directly at the front doors of the Renaissance Centre.

The Cary Arts Center has accessibility parking in the lot off of Faculty Drive, on the west side of the building. More information about this venue's accessibility accommodations can be found on their website.


For concerts at Hayes Barton UMC, patrons should enter the church through the doors facing Stone Street. The performance space is a short distance from the entrance and on the same level.

At Christ Baptist Church, patrons can enter under the large covered drive on the east side of the building.



Hayes Barton Baptist Church

1800 Glenwood Avenue

Located in Five Points at the intersection of Glenwood, Fairview, and Whitaker Mill, Hayes Barton Baptist Church is less than a mile away from Hayes Barton United Methodist Church, where NCMC also performs. Hayes Barton Baptist has a large parking lot adjacent to Whitaker Mill.


Martin Marietta Center

for the Performing Arts

2 E. South Street

The Martin Marietta Center for the Performing Arts houses Meymandi Concert Hall, Fletcher Opera Theatre, and Memorial Auditorium. Located in downtown Raleigh, the Center faces South Street, between Salisbury and Wilmington Streets. Parking is available in lots and parking decks nearby. Some street parking is also available.


Transfer Co Food Hall

500 E Davie Street

Transfer Co. is Raleigh's Food Hall, Market, and Gathering Place in Downtown Raleigh. Housed in the historic Carolina Coach Garage and Shop, at the corner of S East and E Davie Streets, there is ample street parking available. Concerts are held in the event space, with a private drop-off on S East St. Those needing to avoid stairs can enter through the main food hall and take the ramp down to the space.


Hayes Barton

United Methodist Church

2209 Fairview Road

Located inside the Beltline, at the intersection of Fairview Road and Stone Street - not to be mistaken with Hayes Barton Baptist Church. Adjacent free parking lots are available, along with parking on area streets.


Cary Arts Center

101 Dry Ave - Cary

The Cary Arts Center is the downtown hub of arts activity for Cary. Its historic legacy of education began in the 1870s when Town of Cary founder Allison Frances Page opened Cary Academy, which was officially chartered with the state of North Carolina as Cary High School.

Wake Forest Renaissance Centre

405 S. Brooks St. - Wake Forest

Located at 405 S. Brooks St., in the heart of downtown Wake Forest, the facility features 10,000 square feet of versatile event and meeting space providing the perfect venue for a variety of events and activities, including exhibits, concerts, plays, recitals, conferences and private celebrations.


Christ Baptist Church

400 Newton Road

Located in North Raleigh between Six Forks and Falls of Neuse, near Ravenscroft School. Adjacent free parking is available.

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