Blue Man Group at the Venetian in Las Vegas

Blue Man Group - The Quintessential Entertainers

The Blue Man Group has become a worldwide brand in the past decade, with shows now in New York, Chicago, Boston, Orlando, Berlin, and of course Las Vegas. The show in Las Vegas is one of their best, in my opinion, and it's at the Venetian, which I also consider one of the best hotels in Las Vegas. It's located at the top of the main part of the Strip next to the Palazzo and near the Wynn and Encore.

To get to the ticket booth for Blue Man Group, go down to the ground floor of the Venetian. If you enter the hotel from the entrance by the land bridge on the Strip side you'll probably find yourself in the Grand Canal Shoppes (with the ceiling that looks like the sky) and you'll have to go down the escalators and take a 180 degree turn to go back to where they sell Blue Man Group tickets. You should see signs and displays all over the place. If you find yourself in the Sands Convention Center, you went the wrong way after the escalator. 

Blue Man Group ticket prices and showtimes

Blue Man Group performs every night at the Venetian. They generally perform at 7:00pm and 10:00pm. They very rarely have a dark date, and on some special days, such as Christmas, they perform an extra 4:00pm show.

Tickets to Blue Man Group are among the more expensive show tickets in Las Vegas, but it's also a pretty elaborate show. Tickets start at around $55 and can go up to as much as $160 for really good seats. I suggest you book a month ahead of time to take advantage of any special deals.

Unlike some shows in Las Vegas, Blue Man Group is open to all ages. It really is a fun family experience. I've included some videos below to show the kind of music and performance routines the Blue Man Group does.  

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