The Voice Australia's return date is fast approaching.
Hosted by Sonia Kruger, Channel Nine's flagship singing show and those famous red chairs are set to be back on screens imminently.
And ahead of its anticipated return, here's everything you need to about where singers battle it out for that all-important chair turn.
The Voice Australia is filmed on a sound stage at Fox Studios, which is located in Moore Park, Sydney.
Filming takes place a few months prior to the show's premiere, usually kicking off around February each year.
Tickets are free, and in the past, Channel Nine puts a callout on its website when they're available.
While episodes of the reality show are short and snappy, if you're headed to watch the action in real time, it can be a different story.
For blind auditions and early rounds of the singing competition, filming stretches out over several hours. Footage is later edited and condensed to fit into the time constraints of a primetime TV show.
Live episodes are slightly shorter but audience members still need to arrive and be seated much earlier than the show kicks off on TV so the night can go off without a hitch.
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A warm up comedian keeps the crowd entertained when the cameras aren't rolling and the superstar coaches often interact with the audience during ad breaks.
Production staff also hand out light snacks such as chips and bottled water. But beware: toilet breaks are limited to a handful of people at a time to ensure there's no empty gaps in the crowd that eagle-eyed fans watching at home may be able to spot.
And if you're hoping to get an Instagram-worthy snap of The Voice set, put that phone back in your pocket! Phones and photos are strictly banned so no spoilers will leak before the season airs.
One of the biggest drawcards of The Voice is its A-list coaches.
And for season eight, the line-up has gotten a slight shakeup with Guy Sebastian coming on board.
The former Australian Idol winner is filling the big red seat left vacant by Joe Jonas, who recently reunited with his boy band, the Jonas Brothers.
Guy will be joined by veteran Voice coach (and former fling!) Delta Goodrem.
Rounding out the killer team is iconic 80s popstar Boy George and Destiny's Child songstress Kelly Rowland, who both joined the show in season six.
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