LAS VEGAS (AP) — A new version of the popular Blue Man Group show is opening on the Las Vegas Strip this fall as another one ends its run at The Venetian.
Blue Man Group co-founder Chris Wink says the new production set to open Oct. 10 in the Monte Carlo Resort aims to take risks and "do something different."
Show officials say a parade of drummers, musicians, robots and puppets will make its way through the casino each day, 45 minutes before the first show.
Other new elements include an assembly-line robot, new instruments and a virtual exploration of the human brain.
Tickets start at $59 and run to $215 for a VIP backstage experience.
Show officials say the last Blue Man Group show at The Venetian resort is set for Sept. 30.
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