When are the 2023 Grammy Awards?
Mexico.-The 2023 Grammy Awards will take place in February, the 65th edition of the awards given by the National Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences of the United States.
The 2023 Grammy Awards will recognize outstanding recordings, compositions and artists from October 1, 2021 to September 30, 2022.
Among the artists who could walk the red carpet of the 2023 Grammy Awards are figures such as:
- Bad Bunny
- kendrick lamar
- Harry Styles
Do you plan to see the ceremony? We tell you where you can see the 2023 Grammy Awards.
The 2023 Grammy Awards will take place on Sunday, February 5, at the Crypto.com Arena in Los Angeles, in the United States; under the leadership of comedian Trevor Noah.
In Mexico, the 2023 Grammy Awards can be seen starting at 7:00 p.m., central time in the country, through the pay channel TNT.
The HBO Max streaming service will also offer the broadcast of the 2023 Grammy Awards for its users; along with the red carpet.
As is tradition, E! Entertainment will also broadcast the celebrity parade on the red carpet, but this time it will only be done through its YouTube channel.
Among the celebrities who will meet at the 2023 Grammy Awards ceremony are Beyoncé, the singer who received the most nominations with nine.
Other artists sure to head to the 2023 Grammy Awards include Kendrick Lamar, who has eight nominations.
As well as Adele and Brandi Carlile, who have seven nominations each.
To the delight of the Latin public, Bad Bunny, whose album 'Un verano sin ti' is the first album in Spanish to be nominated in the Album of the Year category, confirmed his attendance.
But not only that, Bad Bunny is included in the list of artists who will perform at the 2023 Grammy Awards.
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