After 14 years, Blue Man Group ends its run at Universal

ORLANDO, Fla. — After 14 years and millions of happy fans, Blue Man Group is ending its run at Universal Orlando, the group announced Monday.

The Blue Man Group performances opened on June 6, 2007. The show began in the former Nickelodeon Studios building, that is now part of Universal CityWalk Orlando.

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“Thank you to the Blue Man Orlando cast, crew and staff for more than 6,000 shows,” the company said in a tweet, “And to the millions of fans who shared in our incredible 14 year run!”

Don’t be blue, though. The tweet also stated that fans of the group can still get see the them perform in Las Vegas, New York, Chicago and Boston, when they can safely reopen.

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Blue Man Group is a family-friendly blend of comedy, theater and concert.

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