Latin Grammy will be in Spain in its 1st edition outside the US

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The next edition of the Latin Grammys will be held in southern Spain, for the first time outside the United States, the organization said Wednesday.

The general director of the Latin Recording Academy, Manuel Abud, and the president of Andalucía, a region in southern Spain, made the announcement in Seville.

“That the Latin Grammys are going to leave the United States for the first time is cause for special celebration, and what better place to celebrate them than Andalusia,” said Abud.

The ceremony will be held in November, explained the Andalusian president, Juan Manuel Moreno. At the moment neither the date nor the city that will host it has been revealed.

Andalusia has popular tourist destinations such as Seville, Granada, Cordoba and Malaga. The decision on the venue will rest with the organizers, Moreno added.

The first Latin Grammys gala was held in Los Angeles in 2000. In 2022, in Las Vegas, the Spanish singer Rosalía won the album of the year category for “Motomami (Digital Album)”.

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