The Voice Season 23 Playoffs Will be Taped, Get Tickets

The Voice season 23 kicks off on Monday March 6. But before the premiere, NBC will have taped all the episodes through the live shows.

Typically the Playoffs are the first live show of the season. But it looks like the format will be shaken up a bit for season 23. The new coaches panel–featuring Blake Shelton, Kelly Clarkson, Niall Horan and Chance the Rapper–taped the Blind Auditions back in October.

Now, 1iota.com, the outfit that books studio audiences for The Voice, has a full schedule of tapings including the Battle Rounds, the Knockouts and followed by the Playoffs. Fans who want tickets, note that some of the Battle tapings are sold out, so hurry.

The Playoffs schedule includes FOUR tapings!

Check out the schedule. Notice that while the Battles comprise three tapings, and the Knockouts only two, the Playoffs are scheduled over 4 tapings! The Playoffs typically air LIVE in one big episode that can contain as many as 24 performances.

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Four episodes to tape the Playoffs must mean a format change! Also, last season The Voice introduced the three-way Knockouts which fans generally didn’t like. Previously, two singers faced off each other for a spot in the Playoffs. Will that new format continue in season 23? How will the Live Shows shake out once they begin?

The Voice 23 teams reportedly include only 10 members making a Top 40

The spoilers on Idol Forums report that the teams are only 10 apiece this season vs the whopping 14 member teams from last season. That’s a major downsize between the two seasons.

Fans interested in attending tapings need to click this link.

The Voice 23 Taping Schedule

Jan 26 – Battles

9:00 am PT
1:30 pm PT

Jan 27 – Battles

9:00 am PT

Feb 7 – Knockouts

9:00 am PT
1:30 pm OT

Feb 14 – Playoffs

9:00 am PT
1:30 pm PT

Feb 22 – Playoffs

9:00 am PT
1:30 pm PT

COVID-19 policies are still in place

Finnmax requires all attendees to provide proof of being fully vaccinated OR a negative PCR COVID test within 48 hrs of the show you attend.

  • According to the CDC, people are considered fully vaccinated for COVID-19 2 weeks after they have received the second dose in a 2-dose vaccine series or 2 weeks after they have received a single-dose vaccine.
  • Production will NOT provide testing. 
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