ORLANDO, Fla. — The Blue Man Group has announced that its show at Universal Orlando will come to an end.
On Monday, The Blue Man Group made the announcement on Twitter by thanking the cast and crew for more than 6,000 shows.
The show has been performed at Universal Orlando for the past 14 years but has been closed since the coronavirus pandemic started in March.
The Blue Man Group entertained spectators with vibrant music and art.
While this is the end of our run at Universal Orlando, we hope our fans will visit when we safely reopen in Las Vegas, New York, Chicago and Boston. 💙 pic.twitter.com/09Votg0zuu
— Blue Man Group (@bluemangroup) February 1, 2021
The Blue Man Group plans to continue shows in Las Vegas, New York, Chicago and Boston when it is safe to reopen.
Its parent company, Cirque du Soleil, the acrobatics-based entertainment company that put on hundreds of shows around the world each year filed for bankruptcy in June, 2020 and laid off more than 3,500 people
At the time, the company was nearly $1 billion in debt, according to CNN.