Wasted Space Version of Halloween in Las Vegas

Halloween in Las Vegas is pretty awesome on its own. But, add the hot, tattooed up, rock n roll chicks of Wasted Space into the mix and the game is changed.

Wasted Space Halloween
Wasted Space Halloween

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About Wasted Space

Conceptualized by action sports star Carey Hart, Wasted Space is a lavishly decadent rock club that brings authentic high-end rock n’ roll culture to Las Vegas, creating a one-of-a-kind nightlife experience. It is the only place in Las Vegas where you can truly get up close and personal with rock legends as well as the hottest new bands before they break.

Wasted Space is a key feature of the property’s $800 million expansion. In a town saturated with megaclubs and ultralounges, Wasted Space fills a void for the anti-club goer…someone who wants a sophisticated Vegas nightlife experience without the velvet rope dance music scene. The club speaks to an important set of tastemakers that the current Vegas atmosphere overlooks.

At around 5,000 square feet, Wasted Space has an intimate, exclusive feel with a backstage atmosphere.

About Hard Rock Hotel Las Vegas

The Hard Rock Hotel and Casino in Paradise, Nevada, is an entertainment resort owned and operated by Brookfield Asset Management and Warner Gaming, LLC.. The property is located on 16.7 acres (6.8 ha) on the corner of Harmon and Paradise Road, inside the Paradise Corridor.

Features of the property include the hotel tower, a 30,000-square-foot (2,800 m2) casino, Tahitian-style beach and swimming pool, a nightclub, six restaurants, three cocktail lounges, several retail stores, a spa, a poker room, and “The Joint”, a music venue. Hard Rock earns only about 30% of its revenue from gaming.

The Hard Rock Hotel & Casino was built in 1995 by Peter Morton, co-founder of the Hard Rock Cafe. It was expanded in 1999, and began another expansion in 2007. In June 2002 influential rock bassist John Entwistle of The Who died in one of the hotel’s rooms. The hotel management originally refused to release the room number out of respect, but later reports indicate that Entwistle died in Room 658 (considered a “deluxe suite”). Many fans still pay tribute to Entwistle, by visiting the hotel. – Wikipedia

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