Former WWE superstar Matt Hardy with Blue Man Group

 
 
Pro wrestler Matt Hardy (wearing light blue) meets members of the famed Blue Man Group in Las Vegas.
Pro wrestler Matt Hardy (wearing light blue) meets members of the famed Blue Man Group in Las Vegas.

Former WWE superstar Matt Hardy was spotted checking out Blue Man Group on Friday, Jan. 10 at Monte Carlo Resort and Casino in Las Vegas.

Hardy tweeted several times throughout the evening about his experience, describing it as a “super fun night.” Following the show, the athlete attended a private VIP meet-and-greet with the Blue Men and posed for photos with cast members.

Blue Man Group has turbo-charged its show in Las Vegas with electrifying music, sensational technology, and innovative new ways of interacting with the audience.

The mega-enhanced show at Monte Carlo Resort and Casino is a thrilling, energy-infused performance that introduces wildly inventive musical instruments, a humorous look at robots and creativity, and a mind-blowing (literally) tour inside the neural network of the human brain. Each night the Blue Men present an extraordinary spectacle and create a soulful, primal and euphoric experience that makes you feel vibrantly alive and more closely connected with the people around you.

For information or to purchase tickets, visit the Blue Man Group box office, any MGM Resorts International ticketing outlet, www.blueman.com/lasvegas or call 1-800-blueman. Fans can also keep up with the latest Blue Man Group Las Vegas news and events via Facebook at www.facebook.com/bluemangroup or Twitter at www.twitter.com/BMGVegas.

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