How do I get to The Sound Lounge?
18 The Broadway
We are a 1-minute walk from Wimbledon station
(National Rail trains, District Line tube, Tramline, London Overground and Buses : 57, 219, 200, 93, 131, 156, 493, 163, 164, N87)
Exit the station on the Centre Court side and walk left down the broadway and we are opposite the Odeon cinema.
Is there parking?
Closest parking is available in the Morrisons car park or the Centre Court car park.
Do you have a Box Office?
The Sound Lounge has a box office which is run through TicketWeb who run a Grassroots Venue scheme designed to support independent grassroots venues like ours. Ticketweb donate half of every booking fee (usually 50p) to us to actively support our role in the music and local community.
Can I get a refund on a ticket?
Tickets are non-refundable unless the event has been cancelled.
Is the venue accessible to wheelchair users?
We have wheelchair access into our 'pop up' space, however the closest disabled toilet is across the street in Morrisons or the Odeon, apologies about this. Performers who require access information should call 020 8543 9555 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org for information.
Do you have an age policy?
We believe that when families socialise together, it is good for the relationships within the family, it is good for the development of children (particularly when they are able to experience live music) and it is good for the wider community, because a true community is comprised of all people of all ages. We know that other European countries include children very naturally in their evening culture, and we believe that turning families away because they have children with them, is discriminatory, and we operate a strict non-discrimination policy in all areas of our practices.
Do you have a behaviour policy?
Inside The Sound Lounge and particularly during events we ask that all people of all ages, respect our environment and respect the performances. We show respect to the performers by actively listening and keeping conversation for breaks. In return we guarantee that you will come away from an evening of live music feeling enriched and inspired.
We reserve the right to ask any person not respecting our behaviour policy, to leave the premises.
Who do I contact about performing at The Sound Lounge?
We are an acoustic roots music venue situated on a main high street. We are very clear about who we are and what we do: i.e., blues, folk, americana, acoustic singer-songwriter, country, jazz and acoustic pop music. If you fit into one of these categories and would like to perform, please contact email@example.com with the following information:
Artist Name / Webiste & social media links / Approx date for show / Are you working on a release? / Will the show be part of a tour? / When was the last time you played in London? / How many people bought tickets to your show?
What are the show times?
Shows usually start between 8pm and 8:30pm. Please check the details on your ticket reservation for the show you have booked for.
Do you have a green room?
We have a small backstage area for artists to leave equipment and to get ready for performances.
What equipment / facilities do you have (tech spec)?
2 x dB Technologies Ingenia IG2 series FOH PA Speakers
2 x dB Technologies Opera 12 series side fill speakers
2 x dB Technologies Sub 15H subwoofers
5 x dB stage Technologies FM10 monitors
Presonus Studio Live 24.4.2ai 24 channel mixing desk (10 monitor output)
3 x Sennheisser e835 dynamic microphones
1 x Sennheisser e845 dynamic microphone
2 x AKG D5 dynamic microphones
1 x Shure SM58 dynamic microphone
3 x Shure SM57 dynamic microphones
1 x SHure Beta 56a dynamic microphone
1 x AKG C1000 condenser microphone
2 x SE Electronics SE1A condenser microphones
6 x Behringer Active DI boxes
1 x 24 channel stage box (24 inputs + 8 sends)
Yamaha U3 Concert Upright Piano
Roland Keyboard RD300SX
Pearl Export EXR Drumkit
Fender Blues Deluxe Valve Amp
Fender Champion 100 Guitar Amp
Fender Rumble 100 V3 Bass Amp
Full stage Lights, Spots, Front and Backlighting
5 x 2.5m stage
What is Fair Frets?
Our Fair Frets project has been created in partnership with master luthier David Bourne. David has made guitars for some of the most famous guitarists in the world (inluding Jimmy Page and Joan Armatrading) and for some of the most prestigious guitar brands (including Martin Guitars, where he was Head Warranty Repairer for the company Europe-wide).
Through this project we have been taking dis-used, broken and unwanted instruments which have been donated to us, as well as sourcing custom hardware and pick-ups, to create guitars which are individually crafted to the highest standard and which are, each one, completely unique
How can I volunteer or get involved?
If you are interested in volunteering at The Sound Lounge, we would love to hear from you. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject heading ‘Volunteering at The Sound Lounge’. Thank you so much!