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Blue Man Group given key to Las Vegas Strip

Posted at 8:08 PM, Nov 14, 2016

Blue Man Group received a key to the Las Vegas Strip on Monday as it celebrates 25 years.

25 years ago on Nov. 17, the first Blue Man Group performance took place at the Astor Place Theatre in New York. In honor of the occasion, Blue Man Group is celebrating with a series of special events nationwide.
 
Kicking off the celebrations, Blue Man Group at Luxor Hotel and Casino received a key to the Las Vegas Strip from Clark County Commissioner Steve Sisolak in a presentation at the Blue Man Theater at Luxor hotel-casino.  

Blue Man Group has performed its award-winning production on the famed Las Vegas Strip for more than 10,000 shows.
 
The party continues in Times Square on Wednesday when Blue Man Group’s wax figures make their debut at Madame Tussauds. The figures will remain for fans to interact with through Dec. 24.
 
On Thursday, local governments from locations around the country home to Blue Man Group’s permanent theatrical productions including Las Vegas, Orlando, Boston, Chicago and New York will all officially declare Nov. 17 as “Blue Man Group Day” in celebration of the group daring to live in full color for 25 years.  

In Orlando, Universal Orlando Resort will illuminate its iconic entryway arches blue while in Las Vegas, various MGM Resorts International marquees all over the famed Las Vegas Strip will display special celebratory messaging.