Las Vegas is the city of entertainment. Known for its numerous casinos and world-class shows. It’s all here, everything from stand-up comedy and magic to burlesque and live concerts.
While visitors flock to Sin City for a chance to see popular headliners such as Usher, Katy Perry, Santana, and Diana Ross, many tourists and locals alike are seeking out a more intimate experience that mixes socializing with live music.
One such place is the Foundation Room which sits high atop the Mandalay Bay Resort and Casino on the 63rd floor. The decorative lounge began as a “members only” venue but has since become a popular hotspot for the general public most notably for its amazing night views of the city on the patio.
Mecca performed an acoustic set with her guitarist covering a wide variety of song genres but it was her version of Blackstreet‘s “No Diggity” that had me jump out of my seat and solidified me as a fan.
I had a chance to speak with her after the performance and asked her a few questions:
PICAZZO: “What’s the best part of being an entertainer here in Las Vegas?”
PICAZZO: “Favorite thing(s) to do in Vegas when you’re not performing?”