Blue Man Group’s North American Tour Lands in Anchorage


Photo courtesy of Evan Zimmerman

Anchorage, Alaska (KINY) – Blue Man Group returns to Anchorage for a limited engagement on their new North American tour.

Blue Man Group is a creative group known for their signature drumming and offbeat comedy.

The show will feature original and thrilling music, bespoke instruments and surprise audience interaction. It is intended for audiences of all ages.

Blue Man Group debuted at New York’s Astor Place Theater in 1991, and the live show has since expanded to world tours, reaching over 35 million people worldwide.

The group organizes celebrations of human connection through art, music and comedy.

Blue Man Group has also contributed to various film and television scores and released several albums, including Grammy-Nominated Audio. The “Megastar World Tour” rock concert parody has played in arenas around the world. There is also a book called Blue Man World, a visually anthropological exploration of the bald, blue character.

The Blue Man Group North American Tour is presented in L-ISA Hyperreal Sound by L-Acoustics. The North American tour is produced and promoted by Cirque du Soleil Entertainment Group in partnership with NETworks Presentations. Cirque du Soleil Entertainment Group owns and operates Blue Man Group.

Blue Man Group is presented by the Anchorage Concert Association and sponsored by Alaska Airlines and TOTE Maritime. Tickets are available at the CenterTix box office (263-ARTS) and here.

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