We’re just two days away from the 21st Latin GRAMMY Awards, airing Thurs., Nov. 19, a night guaranteed to be filled with great music, big wins and touching speeches. Just like everything in 2020, things will look a little different at this year’s awards show in order to ensure the safety of the artists and everyone involved. With the theme “Music Makes Us Human,” the reimagined show will primarily take place in Miami, along with performances from multiple cities around the world
And even without a red carpet and live audience, there are a lot of exciting things ahead. GRAMMY.com has you covered on how and when to tune into the Biggest Night in Latin Music and what special moments to watch.
In just three weeks, on Nov. 19, the 21st Latin GRAMMY Awards will bring the best in Latin music to viewers around the globe for an evening filled with shimmering performances and speeches from the evening’s winners. As the anticipation for the big night grows, we want to know: Which performer you are most excited to see? Please vote in our poll below to let us know.
Learn more about the 2020 Latin GRAMMY Awards via the Latin Recording Academy’s official website.
Which 2020 Latin GRAMMYs Performer Are You Most Excited To Watch?
The performers announced so far by the Latin Recording Academy are current Latin GRAMMY nominees Anuel AA, Karol G, Bad Bunny, Calibre 50, Julio Reyes Copello, Alex Cuba, Guaynaa, Víctor Manuelle, Ricardo Montaner, Debi Nova, Raquel Sofía, Sebastián Yatra, Christian Nodal, Pedro Capó, Alejandro Fernández, Kany García, Los Tigres del Norte, Fito Páez and Nathy Peluso. Latin GRAMMY- and GRAMMY-winning salsa king Marc Anthony will also perform.
2020 Latin GRAMMYs Viewer’s Guide: Here’s How, When & Where To Watch The Biggest Night In Latin Music
Don’t forget to tune in to all the excitement on Univision on Thurs., Nov. 19 at 8:00 p.m. ET/PT (7:00 p.m. CT). The broadcast will also air on TNT (cable) at 7:00 p.m. (MEX) / 8:00 p.m. (COL) / 10:00 p.m. (ARG/CHI) and on Televisa on Channel 5.Latin GRAMMY Nominee Leslie Grace: How The Pandemic Has Changed My Creative Process
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Sebastián Yatra Just Gave Fans a Big Reason to Watch His 2020 Latin Grammy Awards Performance
As the countdown continues for the 2020 Latin Grammy Awards on Nov. 19, the music superstar is more than grateful to be nominated for Song of the Year. At the same time, the 26-year-old is thrilled to have the opportunity to perform.
“I can tell you that in my performance, I’m singing two songs,” Sebastián exclusively teased to E! News. “One of them is mine and another one…you can call a Grammy moment.”
He continued, “I’m just mega excited to be back in Miami and that we can make the Grammys happen this year, because I think they’re going to share a lot of joy with people all over the world.”
The 21st Latin Grammy Awards will primarily take place at the American Airlines Arena in Miami, but also feature performances from multiple cities around the world. While Sebastián wishes he could perform in front of a packed audience, he’s more than impressed and supportive with how event organizers are keeping everyone safe during the pandemic.
Just days away from her Latin GRAMMY debut, the Argentine singer talks to GRAMMY.com about her eclectic album, establishing her sound and more
Nathy Peluso is days away from making her Latin GRAMMY debut, and, understandably, she’s excited. On stage, the Argentine singer-songwriter is a jolt of energy—her dance moves and improvised body movements could be a show of their own.
On a Zoom call from her home in Argentina, Peluso, dressed in loungewear, unveils a relaxed demeanor. At the heels of her first performance at the 2020 Latin GRAMMYs, where she is set to share the stage with Argentine icon Fito Paez and is also nominated for the first time—she’s up for the Best New Artist and Best Alternative Song categories—she is eager, even if circumstances will be different. This year, due to COVID-19, the Latin GRAMMYs will not return to their usual broadcast home, Las Vegas, and will instead be based in Miami with performances based all over the world.
Un Susurro En La Tormenta’ Has Veteran Spanish Band La Oreja De Van Gogh Looking Inward For Stories To Tell
With more than 20 years in the game and through a number of albums, La Oreja de Van Gogh’s romantic pop songs and masterful storytelling have evoked tears, laughter and smiles. Four years after their last release, 2016’s El Planeta Imaginario, the veteran band who formed in 1996 in Donostia-San Sebastian, Spain (vocalist Leire Martínez Ochoa joined the band in the late ’00s) return with what they call their most autobiographical album yet.
Past albums have featured a mixture of personal songs and songs inspired by others, but this time around, Un Susurro en la Tormenta (a whisper in the storm) has the Latin GRAMMY-winning and GRAMMY-nominated band digging deep and looking to each other for lyrical inspiration. “All the songs on this album are ones that we have lived, all those songs are born from looking not around us but inward,” Martínez Ochoa tells GRAMMY.com in a recent interview.
Final Round Of Performers Announced For 2020 Latin GRAMMYs
Latin Grammy Awards 2020 Live Stream: Watch TV Show Tonight Online Redcarpet, Winners, Performers List
With only 10 days away from the 2020 Latin GRAMMYs, the Latin Recording Academy today (Nov. 9) announced the final list of performers for this year’s telecast. Spotlighting some of the leading artists in Latin music, the 21st Annual Latin GRAMMY Awards will feature performances from current nominees Rauw Alejandro, Anitta, J Balvin, Camilo, Lupita Infante, Juanes, Mariachi Sol de México de José Hernández, Ricky Martin, José Luis Perales and Prince Royce. Also, Latin GRAMMY winner and GRAMMY nominee Carla Morrison will take the stage with Ricky Martin.
These artists join previously announced performers Anuel AA, Marc Anthony, Bad Bunny, Calibre 50, Pedro Capó, Julio Reyes Copello, Alex Cuba, Alejandro Fernández, Karol G, Kany García, Guaynaa, Los Tigres del Norte, Víctor Manuelle, Ricardo Montaner, Christian Nodal, Debi Nova, Fito Páez, Nathy Peluso, Raquel Sofía and Sebastián Yatra.
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