Festival Map

WoW Festival Map

Directions

Located on the UCSD Campus via the Revelle Entrance
2910 La Jolla Village Drive
La Jolla, CA 92037


From San Diego Downtown

  • Take Interstate 5 North to La Jolla Village Drive exit.
  • At the end of the exit ramp is a traffic light. Make a left turn at that light onto La Jolla Village Drive.
  • Stay on La Jolla Village Drive for 5 lights.
  • The 5th light is Revelle College Drive, the Revelle Entrance of the University of California, San Diego (UCSD). Make a right turn onto Revelle College Drive, and stay on it for 40 yards. The Box Office, the Administrative Offices and La Jolla Playhouse's three theaters, the Mandell Weiss Theatre, the Mandell Weiss Forum and the Sheila and Hughes Potiker Theatre are on the right. Parking is on the left.

From North County, Orange County, Los Angeles

  • Take Interstate 5 South to La Jolla Village Drive exit.
  • At the end of the exit ramp is a traffic light. Make a right turn at that light onto La Jolla Village Drive.
  • Stay on La Jolla Village Drive for 4 lights.
  • The 4th light is Revelle College Drive, the Revelle Entrance of the University of California, San Diego (UCSD). Make a right turn onto Revelle College Drive and stay on it for 40 yards. The Box Office, the Administrative Offices and La Jolla Playhouse's three theaters, the Mandell Weiss Theatre, the Mandell Weiss Forum and the Sheila and Hughes Potiker Theatre are on the right. Parking is on the left.

Bus Routes

La Jolla Playhouse is conveniently located on MTS Bus Route 30 (weekdays) and Route 41 (Saturdays, Sundays, and Holidays)


Parking and Shuttles

Valet

Valet parking will be available for the duration of the Festival, 1:00 pm – 11:00 pm, for a $15 daily fee. The valet drop-off will be located at the entrance to the Festival Village. VIP Pass holders receive complimentary valet parking for all 3 Festival days.


Self-Parking

Self-parking is available at La Jolla Playhouse and on UC San Diego's campus.

When arriving at La Jolla Playhouse, follow the parking signs on La Jolla Village Drive to La Jolla Playhouse parking. There will be a UC San Diego parking attendant in the Playhouse parking lots (Lots 102 & 103) to collect parking fees and re-direct patrons to over-flow parking if the Playhouse lots are full. Please arrive at least 30-40 minutes before your first performance to allow for parking.

PLEASE BE AWARE THAT LA JOLLA PLAYHOUSE PARKING LOTS MAY BE FULL. YOU MAY BE DIRECTED TO AN OVERFLOW PARKING LOT. PLEASE ALLOW 30-40 MINUTES FOR PARKING.

Complimentary shuttles go between the Festival Village and the over-flow parking lots every 15-20 minutes. Look for the WoW signage in the shuttle window.


Self-Parking Fees

Friday:
8:00 am – 4:30 pm = $7
4:30 pm – 12:00 am = $2
Parking attendants will be on hand to collect parking fees at the entrance to the lots and assist with purchase of parking passes from pay stations.

Saturday & Sunday Parking is FREE all day.


Festival Shuttle Service

Complimentary shuttle service will be available for all performances outside of the Festival Village. Shuttle pick-up and drop off are conveniently located on the corner of Scholar’s Drive and Revelle Drive in the Festival Village. Shuttles run approximately every 20 minutes. Return shuttle service is provided from the performance location back to the Festival Village.
Shuttle Service is provided to the following remote shows:
Hurtling
Heaven on Earth
Three Sisters
Queen of Carthage


Useful Links for campus parking


Accessibility

Festival wheelchair accessibility

The Festival Village is wheelchair accessible and all productions have either a wheelchair accessible track or an alternate viewing option. Please advise box office personnel of wheelchair access needs at the time of ticket purchase so that we can ensure a the best possible experience during your visit.


Festival accessibility for blind, low-vision patrons

With the exception of Healing Wars, each performance takes place in a non-traditional, mostly outdoor performance space around La Jolla Playhouse, UC San Diego and the local neighborhood. Our assisted listening devices are theatre specific and unable to be used in these alternative spaces. However we will provide an audio described performance of Healing Wars on Saturday, October 17 at 2:00 pm in the Forum Theatre.


Festival accessibility for deaf, hard-of-hearing patrons

Healing Wars offers an open-captioned performance on Sunday, October 11 at 2:00 pm and an ASL-interpreted performance on Saturday, October 17 at 2:00 pm. Other recommended productions: The Spheres, Dances with Walls and Gnomesense: A Happening in the Garden! are non-verbal performances with music.