The House of Blues Las Vegas is one of a rare breed of venues which allows fans to see some of the biggest names in music up close and personal in an intimate, yet stellar setting. As a result, the House of Blues Las Vegas has become one of Sin City's biggest hot spots for live music performances. One of 13 venues which make up the House of Blues franchise, the House of Blues Las Vegas is currently owned by Live Nation - giants in the field of entertainment venues. The House of Blues brand was the brainchild of Isaac Tigrett.
Located in the Mandalay Bay Hotel and Casino, the House of Blues Las Vegas has been entertaining the masses since 1999. Like the other House of Blues venues, the House of Blues Las Vegas has stuck to its roots by displaying the “Crazy Quilt” and keeping a box of Delta Mississippi mud underneath its stage - a gesture to ensure that each performer will have the "spirit of the South" beneath their feet. However, it wouldn't be a Vegas venue without having something to set it apart from the rest. The House of Blues Las Vegas proudly boasts an open air balcony, an old MGM ballroom chandelier, a collection of over 300 pieces of folk art, and a 50,000 bottle cap mural which lines the entrance.
The venue is a Las Vegas favorite for many of music's biggest names; Nas, Jill Scott, Common, Taking Back Sunday, Michael Bolton and N.E.R.D. are just are just a few of those featured on the Las Vegas House of Blues schedule in the past.
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