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The Blue Man Group has closed their show at The Venetian and moved it on down the Strip to the Monte Carlo. On Wednesday, October 10th they made the move official in James Bond-like style, jumping from an airplane thousands of feet in the air! But really, what else would you expect from one of Las Vegas' favorite and most captivating performers?
Three Blue Men jumped from 7,000 feet to promote their show's move to the Monte Carlo Las Vegas. To ensure the safety of our favorite blue performers (and to save city crews the headache of cleaning up blue sidwalk splatter) the Blue Man Group was prepped and trained by the Red Bull Air Force, in case you were concerned.
Hundreds of spectators watched in amazement as the Blue Men plummeted to their landing near the Las Vegas Strip with smoke trailing behind them. The skydiving spectacle lacked only the grandiose, thumping audio that fans of their show know and love. The move down the Strip is a big one as the Blue Man Group has been playing in Las Vegas since 2000 and at The Venetian since 2005. Before the Monte Carlo and The Venetian, the Blue Man Group was playing at the Luxor Las Vegas where they had their Vegas start in 2000.
Creators of the show say that the new Monte Carlo run, starting on Thursday, October 11th, will be completely revamped. The Blue Man Group show at the Venetian was pretty popular here at Early Vegas but we must say that we're excited for something refreshing! We're also looking forward to getting the Blue Man package at the Monte Carlo's Brand Steakhouse. The $179 package includes tickets to the Blue Man Group show, a three-course dinner and drinks for after the show at Ignite bar.
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