‘America’s Got Talent’: Who’s performing live in ‘Qualifiers 2’? Murmuration, Chioma & the Atlanta Drum Academy …

The second week of NBC’s “America’s Got Talent” live shows will air Tuesday, August 29 (performance show) and Wednesday, August 30 (results show), with 11 out of the 55 total acts taking the stage in front of judges Simon Cowell, Howie Mandel, Heidi Klum and Sofia Vergara and host Terry Crews. In each of the five initial qualifying rounds, only the top two vote-getters will advance to the grand finale, so voting is of utmost importance. The “Qualifiers 2” week will welcome two Golden Buzzers to the stage: Howie’s in-sync dance group Murmuration and Terry’s drummer group Chioma & the Atlanta Drum Academy.

So who’s performing live in “Qualifiers 2”? NBC has confirmed to Gold Derby the identities of the 11 upcoming acts. They are:

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Ahren Belisle
Comedian, age 28, from Mattawa, Ontario, Canada

Alfie Andrews
Singer, age 12, from Stockport, Manchester, England

Andrew Stanton
Sword swallower, age 44, from Las Vegas, Nevada

Chioma & the Atlanta Drum Academy
Drummer group, ages 6-14, from Atlanta, Georgia

Dani Kerr
Singer & guitarist, age 24, from Statesville, North Carolina

Erica Coffelt
Comic dancer, age 36, from Reno, Nevada

Dance Group, ages 12-25, from Nimes, France

Magician, age 10, from Birmingham, England

Sharp Family Singers
Singing group, ages 14-57, from Basking Ridge, New Jersey

Steel Panther
Rock band, ages 51-57, from Hollywood, California

Three G
Hand balancers, ages 24, from Lutsk, Ukraine

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