Free TV Tickets For The Voice (Los Angeles)

The Voice (Los Angeles) Summary

  • Show Status: Active
  • The Voice (Los Angeles) is 2 hours long
  • 10 Taping(s) per week
  • Opened April 26, 2011
  • Show Closes: Open ended
  • Talent Show Competition
  • TV Broadcast

The Voice is a reality singing competition where contestants audition in blind auditions, judged solely on their voice.

In the initial rounds, coaches listen with their backs turned and turn their chairs if they want the singer on their team. Later episodes become a competition between the judges to develop their teams.

The Voice (Los Angeles) Ticket Information

This show offers free tickets to all the four different types of shows:

  • Blind Auditions
  • Battles
  • Knockouts
  • The Season Finale

Poor Audience Experience

This show has an TV audience experience rating of 2/10 due to the long lines at the TV studio, constant retakes, no food or drinks provided, lack of bathroom breaks and general lack of respect shown to attendees.

Audience Is Not Paid

Attendees at this taping are not paid for their time, which is why they are always giving out free tickets, because it is hard to get past audience members to return after such a mediocre experience.

After the taping ends, attendees often grumble "one and done" or "never coming back".

Free Tickets

Free tickets to The Voice are available at NBC's Website at Click Here

The Voice (Los Angeles) Show Schedule

The Voice tapes 10 shows per week. show shows per day Monday - Friday

The Voice (Los Angeles) Broadcast Time

Broadcast TV:
The Voice airs on Mondays and Tuesdays on NBC in the US. The Season finale airs live at the end of the season.

An hour-long show recap will airs on NBC's streaming service, Peacock, and then offers the new episodes the next day after the TV broadcast.

The Voice (Los Angeles) Age Requirements

The minimum age for attending this show is 18 years old

The Voice (Los Angeles) Host Profile

Adam Levine

Adam Levine is a renowned American musician, vocalist, and songwriter, notably recognized as the lead singer and guitarist of the popular band Maroon 5. Rising to prominence with chart-topping hits like "This Love" and "Moves Like Jagger," Levine's versatile vocals and stage presence have garnered widespread acclaim.

Beyond music, Levine has made a mark in television as a coach on "The Voice," showcasing his mentorship abilities. Expanding his influence, Levine ventured into entrepreneurship with his fragrance line and fashion endeavors. With multiple Grammy wins and a lasting impact on pop culture, Levine's career exemplifies artistic versatility and entrepreneurial success.

Kelsea Ballerini

Kelsea Ballerini is a celebrated American country-pop singer-songwriter renowned for her chart-topping hits and captivating performances. Rising to fame with her debut single "Love Me Like You Mean It," she swiftly became a fixture in the country music scene. Ballerini's subsequent albums, including "The First Time" and "Unapologetically," solidified her status as a rising star.

Ballerini's knack for storytelling through music and authentic lyrics resonates with audiences worldwide. In addition to her musical prowess, Ballerini has ventured into television, serving as a coach on "The Voice." With numerous accolades and a dedicated fanbase, she continues to shape the landscape of modern country music.

John Legend

John Legend is an acclaimed American singer, songwriter, and actor, celebrated for his soulful voice and poignant songwriting. He rose to prominence with his debut album "Get Lifted," which earned him critical acclaim and multiple Grammy Awards. Legend's subsequent albums, including "Once Again" and "Love in the Future," further solidified his status as a musical icon.

Legend is also known for hits like "All of Me" and "Ordinary People," he has crossed genres effortlessly, blending R&B, soul, and pop. Beyond music, Legend has pursued acting, winning acclaim for his roles in film and television. With numerous accolades, he continues to inspire audiences worldwide.

Michael Bublé

Michael Bublé is a Canadian singer, songwriter, and actor renowned for his smooth vocals and classic jazz interpretations. Rising to fame with his self-titled debut album, he gained international acclaim for his renditions of jazz standards and pop classics. Bublé's subsequent albums, including "It's Time" and "Crazy Love," solidified his status as a contemporary crooner.

Bublé is known for hits like "Haven't Met You Yet" and "Feeling Good," he has captivated audiences worldwide with his charismatic stage presence. Beyond music, Bublé has showcased his talents in film and television. With multiple Grammy Awards and global recognition, he remains a beloved figure in the music industry.

The Voice (Los Angeles) Background

Show Format

This TV show progresses through initial selection, battle rounds, knockouts, and live performances, with contestants eliminated along the way. Coaches mentor their teams, aiming to lead one to victory.

The ultimate winner receives a recording contract. Known for its focus on talent rather than their appearance, the show has launched successful music careers and captivated audiences worldwide with its unique format and passionate performances from singers who don't look too good.

Four Types Of Show Tapings

The Voice is a Six-time Emmy Award-winning singing-show competition. The show’s innovative format features four stages of competition: the first begins with the Blind Auditions, then the Battle Rounds, Knockouts, and, finally the Live Performance Shows.

Producers and Show Creators

The show is owned by MGM Television, Warner Horizon Unscripted & Alternative Television and ITV Studios The Voice USA, Inc. The series was originally created by John de Mol, who serves as an executive producer along with Mark Burnett, Audrey Morrissey, Amanda Zucker, Kyra Thompson and Adam H. Sher.

Universal Studios Stage 1

4012 Lankershim Blvd
Los Angeles, CA 91602
Studio Information

Cast Members

Carson Daly