Blue Man Group is entering a new residency at Monte Carlo after successful runs at Luxor and Venetian. The same gags are here. Crazy musical instruments made out of tubes, paint drumming, and the familiar, although still hilarious, marshmallow toss. The show has recently been upgraded, but even its old jokes still stand up over time.
The show starts with an awesome parade through the casino, composed of crazy light up devices and the talented musicians that keep the show energetic. It's so good, we've already dubbed it one of the best free attractions in town.
As for the show that takes place in the theater, there are too many fun surprises to write about them here. We can tell you, though, that the end of the show had us out of our seats and laughing just like little kids again. The show’s website says that Blue Man Group offers a “primaltronically phosphorpedic, biomechani-morphically audiorrific, technodelically tribalicious, cyborganic, and just freakin' cool experience."
This writer can’t disagree. Tune in, zone out, and lose yourself in a family friendly experience unlike anything else in town.
Blue Man Group runs nightly at the Monte Carlo. Tickets start at $64.90. Purchase them here.
Editor's Note: VegasChatter attended BMG as part of a media invite, but our opinions, as you know, always remain our own.
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