NBC has announced the full list of guest performers who will be participating in Tuesday's "The Voice" season 14 finale. As part of the singing competition's two-hour sendoff, a half-dozen artists will be performing before the winner is revealed, according to a press release issued Friday. The lineup is a who's who of artists promoting some of their newest music.
Jason Aldean will perform his current single "Drown The Whiskey" from his latest album Rearview Town, which was released in April. Fans can watch the new lyric video for "Drown The Whiskey" by playing the video above. The album version of the single features Miranda Lambert, but NBC's press release did not mention Lambert so Aldean will likely be performing without the former "Voice" advisor.
Several artists from Universal Music Group, the company associated with "The Voice," will also be featured on Tuesday. Republic Records artist James Bay will perform his new single "Us" from his recently released album Electric Light, while Florence + the Machine will provide their song "Hunger" from their upcoming record High As Hope, due out June 29.
Fans can get tickets to see both acts live through AXS, as each of them open for The Rolling Stones on separate dates this summer. Florence + The Machine will be their opening act at London's London Stadium on May 25; tickets for that concert are available here. Bay will open for The Rolling Stones at Twickenham Stadium on June 19; tickets are on sale now here. After that, he'll embark on his own solo tour in the United States starting in September; tickets for select shows can be purchased here.
Halsey and Big Sean will perform the finale's only duet with their single "Alone." Halsey will bring her Hopeless Fountain Kingdom tour to Red Rocks Amphitheatre in Morrison, CO on July 30; tickets range from $29.50 to $75.00 and are on sale now through AXS here.
Dua Lipa will bring her current song "IDGAF" to "The Voice" as well. Last but certainly not least, "The Voice" season 13 winner Chloe Kohanski will continue to be featured. After being brought back as a knockout rounds advisor for her former coach Blake Shelton, Kohanski will perform her new single "Come This Far" in front of the audience that voted her the winner just last fall.
"The Voice" season finale airs Tuesday, May 22 at 9 p.m. on NBC. For more on any of the performing artists, click their names above to visit their artist pages at AXS. "Voice" fans can also get tickets to see Adam Levine and Maroon 5 live through AXS by using the links below: