“Hart Attacks” will be served nightly at the newest anti-club in town – Wasted Space. Co-created by Action Sports Super Star, Carey Hart, Wasted Space will officially opened July 19 with a private VIP party and a special acoustic rock set from Gavin Rossdale.
The Hard Rock Hotel & Casino opened the rock lounge as part of its $800 million expansion and renovation. Wasted Space is co-owned by Hart, Yankees baseball player Jason Giambi, and the Hard Rock Hotel & Casino. Rockers Benji and Joel Madden of Good Charlotte are partners. Hard Rock’s Cory McCormack will act as Managing Partner.
Wasted Space represents the ultimate depiction of the decadent rock n’ roll lifestyle. The first anti-club of its kind, Wasted Space melds the high-end rock n’ roll culture with fashion, art and design creating a one of a kind atmosphere and nightlife experience.
“I wanted a place where my friends and I could hang out and listen to some great rock music with a cool atmosphere…there were no options in Vegas, so I made my own,” said Hart. “Wasted Space will feature the top rock artists weekly, in addition to the hottest DJ’s in the country.”
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About Wasted Space
Some guys might think that a nightclub is too much of a girly endeavor for a bachelor party in Las Vegas. However, Wasted Space isn’t your ordinary nightclub. In fact, the owners – Carey Hart, Benji and Joel Madden, and Jason Giambi – see Wasted Space as an anti-club, an answer to all of Vegas’ massive super clubs and flashy ultra-lounges. Perfect for a night with the boys, Wasted Space offers strong drinks, beautiful people, and great live music in an edgy rock n’ roll atmosphere that no one would dare call “girly.”
Wasted Space sets itself apart from other Vegas nightclubs in that it offers understated elegance with a healthy dose of rock n’ roll. The dark-toned club is adorned simply but lavishly with dramatic curtains, chandeliers, and leather booths and benches. Tattoo-inspired art and rock memorabilia on the walls along with rails that look like something out of a skate park give the club an edgy, masculine look.
As an anti-club, Wasted Space offers none of the snobbery of other clubs with their velvet ropes and pulsating techno music. The dress code here is casual/rock glam, so you can save those uncomfortable designer shoes for another night. And with live performances from hot new rock bands every week, there’s always a party going on at Wasted Space. Fans of the club love the intimate atmosphere, which has been likened to a backstage concert – intimate, exclusive, and oh-so-cool. You might even see a star or two, as Carey Hart and the Maddens are frequent visitors, and they always bring plenty of rocker friends.
Be sure to sample some of the club’s signature drinks, like the Hart Attack (Jameson, Red Bull, cranberry, and Jagermeister) and the Sunday Bloody Sunday (a signature Bloody Mary). Bottle service is also available and highly recommended for the bachelor party group. For a sophisticated and trendy place to enjoy drinks and great rock music, don’t waste time at any other spaces – hit up the one and only Wasted Space.