Things are definitely heating up in Las Vegas – courtesy of the Blue Man Group.
Throughout a ridiculously popular run of 15 years performing at a variety of Vegas theatres, Blue Man Group is back to their original Luxor home with a whole new show in a newly renovated theater.
Earlier this week the entertainment legends revealed its recently renovated theater inside Luxor Hotel and Casino during a preview event and Q&A session with the group’s co-founders.
The new Blue Man Group show promises to be a splendid blend of music, design, technology, and new finale designed to bring the entire audience together for an unforgettable, euphoric celebration of life in full color.
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The theatre has been completely renovated for the Blue man group, including an updated lobby and performance space.
During the preview show, the party started with an electrifying drum solo by a Blue Man atop the theater. Moments later, the crowd watched as a pair of the blue performers repelled down the interior of the iconic pyramid before landing in front of the new theater. At the height of the celebration, the trio surprised the crowd by shooting off massive amounts of streamers before revealing the façade of Blue Man Group’s new home.
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By: Jeff Hyatt