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Blue Man Group brings newest show to Alltel Arena on Sunday.

BLUE TUBE: Back at Alltel.
  • BLUE TUBE: Back at Alltel.

Blue Man Group, the off-Broadway comedy, music and multimedia show that grew into an international phenomenon, returns to Alltel Arena to further the education of Central Arkansans with their “How to Be a Megastar Tour 2.0” on Sunday, Feb. 18.

Opening the show at 7:30 p.m. is DJ Michael Relm. Blue Man’s 90-minute show, a concert performance in the arena’s smaller theater setup, begins at 8:15 p.m.

Tickets range in price from $49.50 to $75 through all Ticketmaster outlets (www.ticketmaster.com, or 975-7575) or the arena box office (975-9000).

Blue Man Group’s live stage shows are now performed in New York, Boston, Chicago, Las Vegas, London, Berlin and Amsterdam, with new shows set to open in Orlando and Oberhausen. Their three albums became the musical basis for the tour, which first went out as the “Complex Rock Tour” three years ago. The “How to Be a Megastar Tour 2.0” is scheduled to visit 105 U.S. cities. Their “Live at the Venetian” recording is being sold exclusively on iTunes. The Blue Man empire has recently begun moving into toy development, film and TV scoring and TV programs such as “Scrubs” and “Arrested Development."

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