AddressSt Jacobsstraat 171, 3511 BP
The Medieval Jacobikerk (St. James’ Church) was one of Utrecht’s four parish churches. This parish church was founded as early as the 12th century, but the oldest parts of the current church date back to the mid-13th century. Nowadays, the church is used by the Protestant Church in the Netherlands and by Le Guess Who? as a festival venue.
Wheelchair accessible: Yes.
Disabled parking space: Yes, there is a disabled parking space at the Police Station at Paardenveld.
Elevator: Does not apply.
Wheelchair accessible toilet: Yes.
Wheelchair places: Yes, possible by e-mail upon request.
Seating for people who can stand for a short amount of time: Yes, there are seats available for everyone.
Assistance dog welcome: See the advice about assistance dogs.
Low-stimulus space: Yes, possible by e-mail upon request.
Induction loop: Yes, possible by e-mail upon request.
Straws available at the bar: Unknown.
Use of strobe light: Use of strobe light: There is a possibility that the artist uses strobe light. If you want more information, please send us an e-mail with the name of the artist of your preference and we will check this.
Photography: Tim van Veen