Sophisticated and elevated rooftop experience, high above Vegas. The Foundation Room, set on the 63rd floor of the fantastic Mandalay Bay, is a vibrant and unique rooftop lounge, nightclub and restaurant. With several different rooms and areas inside, up here you also find a lovely rooftop terrace with the most amazing views over Las Vegas and The Strip.
Sophisticated, yet cool and exciting in vibe and decor, Foundation Room comes with lots of Indian and South Asian art, and is really a one stop destination for a great night out. Enjoy international fine dining in the restaurant, or head to the rooftop lounge for tasty and inspired mixology, live entertainment and premier DJs nightly.
Open from 6pm, you should visit Foundation Room early for more relaxing drinks and softer vibes, preferably out on the rooftop terrace, enjoying the fantastic views and the happy hour ‘Nibbles & Sips’. Later on the atmosphere is buzzing with a larger crowd enjoying the fun nightclub vibes and great music. Expect friendly and great service always, but if you want the real VIP-treatment (and secure a place to sit), the best option is to go for bottle service. Or better yet, get a membership at the Foundation Room VIP Club.
Nearly three decades ago, House of Blues was founded with a simple but powerful mantra far ahead of its time in the U.S.: The pursuit of peace, love, community, and acceptance has guided the organization’s cultural development daily and continues to gain new meaning and applications over the passing of time. House of Blues is committed to using its venues, voice, and platform to advocate passionately for human expression, racial equality and spiritual harmony.
The House of Blues mission is to celebrate and demonstrate the power of music to bring people together. Its founders drew inspiration from world culture, art and spiritual tenets in order to create a welcoming environment that would bring forth the mantra, Unity in Diversity. The views were and are progressive and philanthropic in nature, as demonstrated by the original mission statement:
To create a profitable, principled, global entertainment company to celebrate the diversity and brotherhood of world cultures. To promote racial and spiritual harmony through love, peace, truth, righteousness and non-violence. The founders of House of Blues embraced American blues music as a testament to its mission, and sought to celebrate blues history through live music, art and cuisine.
House of Blues venues are home to the largest permanently displayed collection of Outsider and American Folk Art, often referred to as Southern Vernacular Art. More than 150 untrained, self-taught and mostly African-American artists are represented in this living museum that features artwork that is as diverse as the music on the House of Blues stages. Notable artists such as Mose T., Jimmy Lee Sudduth, Leroy Almon, Roy Ferdinand, Howard Finster, Richard Burnside, Ruth Mae McCrane, Jon Bok and Archie Byron, to name just a few, created emotional, raw, primitive and powerful pieces which serve as a Visual Blues, and is exhibited on the walls of all its restaurants and music halls. Art and music portraying 20th century black Americans is a powerful representation of the cultural journey toward healing the traumas of slavery and systemic racism. In the presence of darkness and division, artistic expression brings forth the light of creation and community
Recognizing blues as a truly original American Art Form and the seed of all 21st century music, today”s House of Blues concerts feature all genres including rock, pop, soul, funk, R&B, gospel, hip-hop, country music and more. Throughout its eleven live music concert halls, House of Blues visualizes its message of Unity in Diversity on its God Wall ¬— an homage to the spiritual symbols of world religions. The reverberating message of the God Wall is to celebrate the differences that unite us — humanity”s shared endeavor to see