America's Got Talent finished revealing the identities of its Top 48 seventh-season quarterfinalists during Wednesday night's broadcast of the NBC reality talent competition.

The quarterfinalists were selected during America's Got Talent's two-episode Vegas round in which over a hundred acts traveled to Las Vegas after advancing past the show's initial open auditions.

America's Got Talent's first seventh-season two-hour live performance show will air in the East Coast on Monday, July 2 at 9PM ET. NBC will also broadcast a live half-hour preview episode at 8:30PM ET entitled America's Got Talent: The Countdown, which will feature host Nick Cannon and judges Howard Stern, Sharon Osbourne and Howie Mandel, and include never-before-seen moments and outtakes from the journey leading up to the live shows.

America's Got Talent's seventh season will air its performance shows on Tuesdays at 8PM ET and then its one-hour live results shows on Wednesdays at 9PM ET starting on July 9.

Below is a full list of America's Got Talent's Top 48 sixth-season quarterfinals acts:

- 787 Crew, a dance group from San Juan, Puerto Rico

- All Beef Patty, a drag queen from Brooklyn, NY

- All That!, a male clogging group from Myrtle Beach, SC

- All Wheel Sports, a bike dance variety act from Los Angeles, CA

- American BMX Stunt Team, a BMX stunt team from Durham, NC

- Aurora Light Painters, graffiti artists from San Francisco, CA

- Ben Blaque, a crossbow act from Branson, MO

- Big Barry, a singer from Ft. Lauderdale, FL

- Cristin Sandu, a balancing act from Las Vegas, NV

- Danielle Stallings, a singer from Richmond, VA

- David "The Bullet" Smith, a human cannonball from Englewood, FL

- David Garibaldi and his CMYK's, performance painters from Sacramento, CA

- Donovan and Rebecca, a acrobalance act from Stony Brook, NY

- Edon, a 12-year-old singer from Chicago, IL

- Elusive, a B-Boy dancer from Austin, TX

- Eric and Olivia, an acoustic duo from Austin, TX

- Eric Dittelman, a magician, comedian and mind reader from Boston, MA

- Hawley Magic, an illusionist couple from Shelby, NC

- Horse, a daredevil from Harrisburg, PA

- Inspire the Fire, a hip-hop choir from Charlotte, NC

- Jacob Williams, a comedian from Chicago, IL

- Jake Wesley Rogers, a singer and guitarist from Ozark, MO

- Jarrett and Raja, comedy illusionists from Las Vegas, NV

- Joe Castillo, a sand story artist from Lexington, KY

- Lisa Clark Dancers, a contemporary and classical dance group from Sacramento, CA

- Lightwire Theater, an electroluminescent puppet show from New Orleans, LA

- Lil Starr, a tap dancer from Chino, CA

- Lindsey Norton, a solo dancer from Tampa, FL

- LionDanceMe, a lion and dragon dancing act from San Francisco, CA

- Michael Nejad, a musician from San Jose, CA

- Nikki Jensen, a singer and guitarist from Sydney, Australia

- Olate Dogs, a canine act from New York, NY

- Rock Star Juggler Mike Price, a juggler from Las Vegas, NV

- Sebastien "El Charro de Oro," a young mariachi singer from San Antonio, TX

- Shanice and Maurice Hayes, a father/daughter vocal duo from Kansas City, MO

- Spencer Horsman, an escape artist from Baltimore, MD

- The All Ways, an upbeat cover beat from New York, NY

- The Distinguished Men of Brass, a dancing brass band from Tampa, FL

- The Scott Brothers, a popping act from Las Vegas, NV

- The Untouchables, a child dance act from Fort Lauderdale, FL

- Tim Hockenberry, a singer and musician from San Francisco, CA

- Todd Oliver, a ventriloquist and dog act from Branson, MO

- Tom Cotter, a standup comedian from Stoney Point, NY

- Turf, a dancer and performance artist from San Francisco, CA

- Ulysses, a singer and impersonator from Statesville, NC

- Unity In Motion, a contortion troupe from Cape May, NJ

- William Close, a musician and inventor from Los Angeles, CA

- Wordspit and the Illest!, a musical band from New York, NY