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The Voice's Final Four To Perform Live Show Today


05/03/2012
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The final four from The Voice will be performing live at Universal CityWalk's 5 Towers at 10:30am today, Thursday, May 3, 2012. CityWalk sent out these details:

The special one-time concert in Los Angeles invites fans to Universal CityWalk to cheer on their favorite performer. "The Voice" winner will be announced next Tuesday, May 8.

CityWalk's new interactive outdoor concert venue will serve as the energetic backdrop to showcase the leading vocal artists from celebrity musician coaches Christina Aguilera, CeeLo Green and Blake Shelton. The artist lineup set to command the stage at "5 Towers" include Kansas native Chris Mann for Team Christina, Florida native Juliet Simms for Team CeeLo, Connecticut native Tony Lucca for Team Adam, and New York native Jermaine Paul for Team Blake. Competing to be named "The Voice" in Season 2 of the hit show, each of the final four artists will perform one song on the "5 Towers" stage and the performances will be streamed live to Facebook, NBC.com and at the NBC Experience Store in New York.

First to christen the "5 Towers" stage in July 2011 was none other than CeeLo himself paving the way for the first-of-its kind outdoor concert venue with fan immersive features and next-generation technology. The Music Spotlight Series held this spring at "5 Towers" featured Billboard chart-topping talent Carly Rae Jepsen, as well as an eclectic and impressive lineup of local homegrown favorites including The Thomas Nicholas Band, Midnight Red, and Cherri Bomb, to name a few.

"We are so excited to have the finalists from 'The Voice' here at the 5 Towers on CityWalk," said Pat Donahue, Director of CityWalk Entertainment. "While we've hosted established recording artists like Flo Rida, Good Charlotte and Justin Bieber, we also have a strong commitment to supporting emerging artists. It's a great privilege to provide up-and-coming talent with an outstanding, state of the art venue to do what they love to do - which is to play great music and entertain the masses!"



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