‘The Voice: Neon Dreams’ is coming to the Hard Rock Hotel

The cast of The Voice: Neon Dreams.

NBC’s hit singing competition show The Voice is coming to Las Vegas as a new concert experience in a custom-built theater space at the Hard Rock Hotel. The Voice: Neon Dreams, described as “the continuation of the musical journey for some of the show’s hottest contestants,” is set to open in spring 2018 and tickets are already on sale at thevoicevegas.com.

“Over the last three years, we’ve worked tirelessly with our partners at NBC, Talpa Media and the Hard Rock Hotel to develop one of the most unique and engaging music experiences on the planet,” Base Entertainment Creative Director Vincent Marini said in a statement. “From the unrivaled talent, to the one-of-a-kind lobby experience, to the venue’s innovative 360-degree design, The Voice: Neon Dreams will be an electrifying ride through nearly every musical genre you can imagine.”

The show will feature a cast of vocalists including The Voice Season 10 winner Alisan Porter, Chris Mann, Mary Sarah, Matthew Schuler and Matt McAndrew, joined by future winners of the TV show and backed by bandleader Michael Sanchez. The Voice: Neon Dreams will be staged in a new facility that will include an exhibition-style lobby, show memorabilia like the signature spinning judges’ chairs, recording suites where fans can record their own audition, and a theater-in-the-round with multiple stage sets.

No debut date for the new show has been established yet, but the performance schedule will be Sunday through Wednesday at 8 p.m. plus 7 and 9:30 p.m. shows on Friday and Saturday. Ticket prices start at $42 plus taxes and fees. The Voice: Neon Dreams is produced in partnership with Talpa Media, Herrick Entertainment and Base Entertainment.

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