The 63rd Grammy Awards on Sunday, March 14, promises to be a star studded event with a plethora of artists who will perform live. Almost all the stars who perform are nominees. Some of them are making their debut performance in one of the greatest awards in the music industry. They are Harry Styles, Megan Thee Stallion, Guyton, Doja Cat, Da Baby and Bad Bunny.
All-time favorites including BTS, Taylor Swift, Cardi B, Dua Lipa, Chris Martin, John Mayer and many more will also perform at the awards.
The Los Angeles Convention Center will host the awards while enforcing strict COVID protocols. An announcement says that the artists will come together, while still remaining safely apart. They will play music for each other as a community and “celebrate the music that unites us all”
Ben Winston, who is making his debut as an executive producer at the Grammys, has shared details in an interview with Variety. Performers, nominees and a small number of select guests will be allowed into the venue. There would be both live shows and pre-recorded shows. All the honorees will be present in a huge room in the LA Convention Center.
There will be 4 stages for performers. Each stage will have its own small set of nominees, performers and guests around it. Everyone will maintain social distancing. Every 45 minutes four old groups of performers will leave and four new groups of performers will come in.
To honor the brave hearts that have done their best in the tough times of the pandemic workers from Apollo Theater and Nashville’s Station Inn will present awards in some categories. Los Angeles is also paying tribute to its own as workers from the Troubadour and the Hotel Cafe will also present awards in other categories, throughout the night. The presenters include bartenders, security, door people and more.
The Grammy Awards will reiterate that “Music’s Biggest Night” has not forgotten the rank and file in the industry by inviting them to give the awards and to remind everyone that when the glamor and glitz is over and the pandemic is over, people will remember and visit their favorite venues again.
The show is hosted by Trevor Noah and CBS and the Recording Academy. The CBS Television Network will air the 63rd Annual Grammys live on Sunday, March 14, 2021 at 8:00 p.m. ET/ 5:00 p.m. PT. the ceremony will also be available to stream live. It will also be available on Paramount+.