All is set for the biggest singing competition on Philippine TV—The Voice of the Philippines. With top caliber local and international singers as coaches, the Philippine franchise of The Voice excites more with an even grander venue.
The official venue for the live shows of The Voice of the Philippines is Resorts World Manila's Newport Performing Arts Theater (NPAT), the best theater in the country to date.
Newport Performing Arts Theater is home to major productions such as Broadway musicals, concerts and pageants. The said theater can accommodate 1,500 people, has an exclusive VIP section and features state-of-the-art technology, lighting and sound system and also has the largest Euro LED wall ever built in the Philippines. The Euro LED wall is installed at the center of the stage, which serves as a backdrop for sceneries in 3D.
"With the biggest LED screen in Asia, 1,500 luxurious seats, two Euro-LED screens equipped with 3D effects, a complex fly system, a revolving stage, intelligent lights, a state-of-the-art digital audio mixer, and a vestibule designed by world-class sculptor Impy Pilapil, Resorts World Manila’s Newport Performing Arts Theater (NPAT) is undisputedly the best theater in the country to date," an article from Resorts World Manila said describing NPAT.
According to reports, Resorts World Manila will also be one of the sponsors of The Voice of the Philippines and the partnership will include the use of Newport Performing Arts Theater as live shows venue and one of RWM's luxurious hotels as the official home of the contestants.
The Voice of the Philippines 'Blind Auditions' had already started taping and the show is slated to air June this year after the season 4 finale of Pilipinas Got Talent.
Hosted by Toni Gonzaga and with Robi Domingo as the social media correspondent, the highly anticipated singing competition will be determining the next singing superstars not with the looks and back stories but with The Voice. Choosing them are superstars in their own right—Bamboo, Sarah Geronimo, Lea Salonga and Apl De Ap.
Photo courtesy of Resorts World Manila