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Blue Man Group

at The Venetian- 3355 Las Vegas Blvd. S.- Las Vegas, NV 89109

The Showgirl Must Go OnBlue Man Group in Las Vegas is held at the Venetian today but before 2005, the show was held at the Luxor. The Blue Man Group first started in New York somewhere around the late 80’s. It was started by three friends named Matt Goldman, Phil Stanton, and Chris Wink, they first started out performing in the streets and then moved to off-Broadway shows around the year 1991. The three men added shows in other cities before they headed off to Las Vegas in 2000.

The Blue Man Group is a very unique show compared to all the other shows in Las Vegas, there are no extravagant costumes and a lot of performers. There are only three performers for each show and they are blue-hued men dressed in black. These men make music out of things you could never imagine that would make music as well as make you laugh and wonder. The three men never make a sound that comes out of their mouths, they never speak or sing at all. All the sound that you hear is going to be the three men making music with unique style that is accompanied with a percussion soundtrack.

When guests walk in to sit down they are escorted to their seats and told to decorate themselves with crepe paper, that’s the first clue to show that this show is like no other. Some of the unique music the Blue Man Group makes is banging on drums with bright colored paint on it that splats onto a big white paper or using PVC pipe to make interesting music as well. One thing that catches everyone off guard is when the Blue Man Group invites someone from the audience up to share a snack of Twinkies with them. The Blue Man Group mimics the person while they try to eat a Twinkie with a fork and knife. The audience finds it very humorous. Most people say watching this show is like watching an unknown creature getting to know its surroundings.

The costume takes about forty five minutes to get into but is fairly easy to take off. The blue is on their skin comes from greasepaint and they have a bald skullcaps over their hair that is glued on. Being a Blue Man takes a lot of skill and nerve. Being able to catch things in your mouth and get in peoples faces on a daily basis is skilled talent. People of all ages love the Blue Man Group and find it very interesting and entertaining at the same time.


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This show is kid friendly.
There is NO nudity.

Show is closed Sundays and Mondays.
Show lasts 105 minutes.

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