Now nearly 30 years later the wildly successful group has grown to over 60 blue men. When the show starts you are immersed in an amazing performance of sights and sounds even though no sounds come out of their Blue mouths. The performers teach you all the basics of how to be a rock star covering the basic head bob to the one armed fist pump. Blue Man Group is extremely unique and is almost impossible to describe it in a few sentences.
Blue Man Group was a last-minute choice during a Spring Break vacation and was trip highlight for my teens. I ended up booking it as an entertainment option after my older teen was experiencing some ride motion sickness for the first time in her life. A couple years ago she was fine on rides, this time, not so much. She suggested Blue Man Group and it was a great entertainment alternative. The kids absolutely loved it. Super easy to get in and out. The show was 1 hour 45 min and the kids said they loved every minute of it.
This was the first time our kids, 16 and 19, saw the Blue Man Group - our second. We made it as an add on after a day at Universal. Both kids considered it a highlight of the vacation. We weren't sure how our 5 year old would hold up with the pm show but with a little nap on the drive over he was good to go. The show was amazing and had him on the edge of his seat for the entire show.
Note: Tim Carroll, our guest blogger today, is my son and joined me in Las Vegas for BlogWorld to get a taste of what blogging is all about. I asked him to blog about his experience; my experience will be published soon. The Blue Man Group was cool. I liked the interesting music and the weird instruments that they used. I liked how the show was funny and involved the audience.