The Cure, Franz Ferdinand and Alt-J are some of the artists who have signed on to a growing campaign designed to help improve concert-venue accessibility for disabled fans.

Music Without Barriers is trying to get U.K. music venues and festivals to agree to something they call a best-practice charter, which will ensure that they go above and beyond their basic legal requirements to offer disabled access to fans.

The organization is out to to prove that making a venue accessible to all disabled patrons, and not just wheelchair users, isn't that expensive and will actually increase the venue's revenue by attracting more music fans. They also want to make sure that these fans have access to all the necessary information prior to and during the events.

NME reports that artists like Slow Club, Enter Shikari, Frank Turner and many others (including those mentioned above) have signed up to show their support for the cause.

If all goes according to plan, disabled music fans will hopefully be able to catch the Cure in concert, like this performance from last year's Lollapalooza: