About The Theater
The Blue Man Theater is located inside Luxor Hotel and Casino at the Las Vegas Strip. The Blue Man Group performed at the Luxor between 2000-2005, before shifting to the Venetian Las Vegas. It returned to Luxor Hotel in November 2015.
The Luxor Hotel opened on October 15, 1993. It is the ninth-largest hotel in the world, and is best known for the Luxor Sky Beam - strongest beam of light in the world. Its 30-storey pyramid is a landmark on the south-end of the Strip, and is comparable in size with the Red Pyramid in Egypt.
Navigating the Theatre Seating Chart
Blue Man Group Seating Chart - Show Prices
Level 201-204: $137
Level 102-103: $137
Given that the Poncho Section (Category B) is the most expensive, if your budget is lesser, fret not. The Blue Man theatre has been designed in such a way that there is not one bad seat in the house.
Category A is the largest seating category in the theatre, with over 400 seats. Seats are available in Sections 102, 103, 202, and 203.
The Poncho category (Category B) is perhaps the most sought-after seat category at the Blue Man Group show. With just 48 seats up for grabs, those sitting in these seats will be provided with a poncho, as they may get splashed with paint. The Poncho category is only present in Sections 102 and 103.
Category C seats 222 people across all 6 sections in the house.
Category D seats 123 people across sections 102, 103, 201, and 204. Within sections 201 and 204, the seats are the farthest away from the stage, but still provide a decent view of the performance.
Which Seats Offer the Best View?
Quite obviously, Categories A and B (Poncho) are the best seats in the theater as they offer a direct view of the stage.
Category B gives you an unobstructed view of the stage and seats you right in front of the Blue Man Group. However, given that these are the most expensive seats in the theatre, your next best option is Category A.
If you’re looking to be seated in the front, Category A seats in Sections 102 and 103 are your best bet. As with Category B, they give you a direct view of the stage. However, if you want to get a view of the stage from a distance, you can get the Category A seats in Sections 202 and 203, which also provide a clear view of the stage.
Which Seats/Section Offer the Best Value for Money?
While both the Category A and B seats are amongst the most expensive in the theatre, there are some value for money options available for people who are looking for more pocket-friendly options.
Given that there is not a single bad seat in the entire theatre, budget friendly options include Category C and D tickets in Section 102 and 103.
30-Second Takeaway of the Luxor Theatre
- The Luxor Theatre has a seating capacity of 830 seats, providing a highly intimate experience where every audience member can see the performers, and every performer can see the audience.
- The theatre is divided into six sections, and four categories based on the prices.
- While the hotel is home to various shows, the Blue Man Group show is one of its best-known shows.
- At the very front are 48 poncho seats, which require you to wear a poncho (provided by the vendor) as you may get splashed with paint or colour.
- Wheelchair access seating is available in all four categories.