After moving to Las Vegas this year, the music ceremony is scheduled to return to Los Angeles.
The Grammy Awards intend to broadcast in February for the first time in four years and return to Crypto.com Arena in Los Angeles (formerly known as Staples Center) for the first time in three years. On Sunday, February 5, 2023, the 65th annual Grammy Awards will take place.
The Staples Center, the location of all but four Grammy telecasts since 2000, will host the event for the 20th time.
The performances in 2003 and 2018 took place at New York’s Madison Square Garden. The first play to be given in the midst of the COVID-19 epidemic, the 2021 production, took place in the adjacent Los Angeles Convention Center, allowing for more social segregation. The MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas hosted the 2022 performance.
The programme will return to February on February 5 for the first time since February of 2019. In order to avoid clashing with The Oscars, which shifted into the Grammys’ original Feb. 9 date, the 2020 ceremony was pushed forward to Jan. 26. The 2021 event took place on March 14. The 2022 event took place on April 3. The last two dates were mostly determined by the epidemic.
Since the Grammys began airing live telecasts in 1971, the great majority of Grammy telecasts have aired in February. The programme has broadcast 38 times in February, nine times in March, four times in January, and once in April.
The nominations will be revealed on Nov. 15, which is five days sooner than any other time in the last ten years and eight days earlier than it was last year.
CBS, the show’s host since 1973, will broadcast the 65th Annual Grammy Awards live. It will also be available for live and on-demand streaming on Paramount+.
The 65th Annual Grammy Awards will take place on the following dates:
Oct. 1, 2021, to Sept. 30, 2022: the product eligibility period
Timeframe for online entries: July 18 to August 31.
Voting for the first round took place from Thursday, October 13 through Sunday, October 23.
Announcement of nominations: Tuesday, November 15
Final voting period: December 14, 2022 to January 4, 2023
Grammy broadcast: February 5, 2023
The first round of voting will last 10 days, while the second round will last three weeks. However, the accountants will have a bit extra time—a little over a month—to count the ballots (Deloitte has been the Academy’s ballot tabulation company for many years). The Oscars voting, in contrast, closes five days before to the show. The advantage of voting later is that it is more recent and current. It doesn’t take into account a choice that was made and made final one month ago.
Who will host the event has not yet been revealed by the Recording Academy. The previous two Grammy telecasts have been hosted by Trevor Noah, the funny host of Comedy Central’s The Daily Show with Trevor Noah. If picked once more, he’ll join two other comedians who have hosted the Grammys three times or more. Billy Crystal hosted the show for three straight years (1987–1989); during the five years between 1990 and 1994, Garry Shandling hosted four times.
Events during Grammy Week will be detailed in more detail in the next months. Visit this page for additional details on the forthcoming Grammy voting period. Visit this page to see the entire list of regulations for the 65th Annual Grammy Awards.
Two days after the 64th annual Grammy Awards show was nominated for five Emmy Awards, including best variety special, important dates and deadlines were announced (live).
The Oscars, The Tony Awards Present: Broadway’s Back!, The Pepsi Super Bowl LVI Halftime Show Starring Dr. Dre, Snoop Dogg, Mary J. Blige, Eminem, Kendrick Lamar, and 50 Cent, and Live in Front of a Studio Audience: The Facts of Life and Diff’rent Strokes are the competition in that prestigious category for the show.
Since 1977 (when the category was known as exceptional accomplishment in coverage of special events), the Grammys have been nominated for a top programme Emmy eight times, but have never taken home the prize.