Mo5aic presents their acclaimed vocally driven musical performances in a one of a kind show at Bally's.

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There are countless talented singers and musical groups performing nightly in Las Vegas, but Mo5aic are the only resident artists who perform a high wire musical act without the benefit of a backing band… and you won’t miss the sound of instruments once you experience one of their mind-blowing a cappella performances. During the staggeringly talented group’s show at Bally’s, they perform a mix of originals as well as covers of top 40, R & B, pop, rock, jazz, and even big band hits, all of which are united by the fact everything they present on stage, from the on point singing to the driving percussion, is solely created with their amazing voices.

The five singers have been performing together for years, dedicated to the craft of a cappella music even before it became hot after the success of the smash hit Pitch Perfect films. After working their way up the showbiz ranks by dazzling audiences on cruise ships and at corporate events, they’ve built a loyal audience that watched them win MTV’s Top Pop Group in 2008 and advance to the semifinals on America’s Got Talent in 2009. The group has opened for musical legends Prince and Stevie Wonder as well as comedy superstars George Wallace and Jay Leno, while Tony Bennett and their musical heroes Boyz II Men have publicly praised their unique vocal talents. Now they’ve built up a loyal and large enough fan base to headline their own residency show on the Las Vegas Strip.

The group performs a deep and dazzling repertoire of beloved tunes like Queen’s “Boheimian Rhapsody,” Earth, Wind & Fire’s “Shining Star,” Stevie Wonder’s “Superstition,” Michael Jackson’s “Wanna be Startin’ Somethin’,” Bruno Mars’ “Just the Way You Are,” Katy Perry’s “Firework,” and a selection of their own original songs, including the award winning “Speed of Sound.” Most impressive is the group’s ability to create the sound of instrumentation and percussion with just their voices (and a few strategically deployed digital effects) that makes the band stand out from other vocal groups of the past.

Mo5iac’s vocally driven musical act is like nothing else running in Las Vegas, and their electrifying residency show at Bally’s proves why they’ve become a global phenomenon embraced by fans, critics, and musical icons alike.