The Radon Lounge is a little hole in the ground under Springfield, Illinois. We host unique live music, feed and house touring bands, and encourage a creative local music scene. We like a wide variety of genres, but would probably be best described as indie, inspired by the aesthetic of Daytrotter and NPR’s All Songs Considered.
We typically host one show a month, usually in a hole under Springfield, but sometimes other spots as well. We support other live local DIY music in Springfield such as what happens at the Black Sheep Cafe and record store Dumb Records, and a new huge central Illinois music fest AudioFeed. We also host our own summer music fest called the Horse Show.
The Radon Lounge is owned and operated by Jeff and Cat with lots of help from an awesome community of volunteers. We are happy to say we are an all ages venue, and enjoy the fact our audiences are thoroughly diverse from toddlers to teens to teen-havers. We always attempt to put on a show that pretty much anyone can enjoy.
For booking inquiries, contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or message us at facebook.com/radonlounge We always have a PA and sound tech on hand and are typically on top of the hospitality game.
Please leave your drugs and alcohol at home so we can be friends.
Ask someone who’s been, or message us for the address.
Plenty of street parking available.
Unfortunately there are some stairs involved with our typical venue, which doesn’t make us very handicap accessible.