The Blue Man Group has been a popular Las Vegas Show since 2000 and recently landed at the Monte Carlo in their new theatre. The state of the art light and sound system is a show in itself. When the Blue Man Group hits their big drums you don’t just hear the drums you “feel” them. The tourists who bring their family to Las Vegas will be glad to know the show is family friendly. If the kids get hungry; no problem there is a concession stand in the theatre. For the adults there is a full bar.
There is not a bad seat in the house, but don’t be late or be prepared for the Blue Men to playfully embarrass those who are. The seats are large and comfortable. People who sit right up front are given ponchos before the show starts. We will leave it to your imagination as to why.
The audience is just as much a part of the show as the Blue Man Group. The Blue Men and their lovely mechanical assistant roam freely among the audience. Part of the show is large jumbo screens where audience members see themselves as they are playfully taunted. Audience members are pulled up on stage and participate as part of the show. The audience will laugh dozens of times.
Anyone who follows Las Vegas shows expects the Blue Man Group to be an over the top audio and visual extravaganza. Once the Blue Men start, they do not disappoint. The music (especially drums) is loud, but not too loud. Bright colorful lights are everywhere and as much a part of the show as the music is. Cool robotics and oversized smart phones illustrate the technical interaction between man, machine and the internet.
The finally is spectacular and involve the whole audience. Huge light balls drop from the ceiling, confetti streamers shoot out from the walls, all the lights are flashing and the music is loud. Everybody stands, dances, wraps each other in confetti and knock the light balls around the theatre. The Blue Man Group always delivers.