He’ll be performing at The Capitol Fourth, and annual July 4 celebrated hosted in Washington, D.C., and aired on PBS.
And Chris will be joined by a prestigious lineup that also includes Trace Adkins, The Beach Boys, The Four Tops, Jack Everly and Sofia Carson.
John Stamos will host the show, which begins at 8 p.m.
Chris is far from the first singing show star to appear at the event.
In fact, last year’s Capitol Fourth featured Season 10 Voice winner Alisan Porter performing the national anthem and Season 3 winner Cassadee Pope performing her single “Invincible.”
Chris, of course, is also starting to think about his post-Voice album and recently address the issue in an interview with Parade.
“The main thing I want to do is I want to communicate love and hope to the world. I think that my objective is to inspire many people with music,” he said.
“I thought about the sound, whether it’d be gospel, pop, or funk. I really like the (genre) that ‘Money on You’ (his original from the finale) is in, so I may stay in that area.
“But that’s not as important to me as the response that I would like people to have, which is just be inspired.”