NBC reunited five stars from "The Voice" on Tuesday night to promote the upcoming "The Voice: Neon Dreams" live show, which will allow music fans to watch some of their favorite artists from the singing competition live in Las Vegas. Play the video above to watch the special performance that aired during the "Voice" semifinal results show.
"The Voice: Neon Dreams" features "The Voice" season 10 winner Alisan Porter along with finalists Chris Mann (season 2) and Matt McAndrew (season 7), plus artists Matthew Schuler (season 5), Mary Sarah (season 10), and Matthew Sanchez (season 11) as the bandleader. The live show, which was announced in November, will be at a fixed location at Las Vegas's Hard Rock Hotel & Casino rather than a concert tour. Tickets are on sale now through the show's website with performances starting in June 2018.
It's the third time that NBC has tried to turn "The Voice" into a live experience. "The Voice Live on Tour" was launched after the show's first season in 2011, and then brought back for a second time after the sixth season, but neither quite caught on with concert audiences. Where "The Voice: Neon Dreams" is different is that music fans will have to come to Las Vegas in order to see the show, which is being put together in a special theater at the Hard Rock that includes show memorabilia and an audition booth that lets concertgoers record themselves with the chance to potentially appear on the TV show.
Based on the performance in Tuesday night's episode of "The Voice," these familiar faces still have what it takes to impress audiences, but they're also a group of people that haven't truly performed together before. With the exception of Alisan Porter and Mary Sarah, they all come from different seasons, and even those two were on different teams during their season, so it will be interesting to see how they gel as a unit or if the new live show emphasizes solo performances over group numbers. But for "Voice" fans, especially newer ones since most of the cast comes from later seasons, "Neon Dreams" could be a reason to visit Las Vegas next summer.
Before "The Voice: Neon Dreams" opens, coach Adam Levine and Maroon 5 will perform at Las Vegas's Mandalay Bay Events Center on Dec. 30 and Dec. 31. Tickets for both of those shows are now available through AXS.
More information on "The Voice: Neon Dreams" can be found on the show's website.