Bad Bunny, Kany García, Pedro Capó & More to Attend 2021 Latin Grammys
The Latin Recording Academy has announced even more attendees for the upcoming 22nd Latin GRAMMY awards. The show will be broadcast on Nov. 18 and is sure to bring you the best night in Latin music with some of the best performers in the business.
To start the night, the Latin GRAMMY Premiere, hosted by singer/songwriter Kany García, and actress Carolina Dieckmann, will air before the 22nd Latin Grammys. Many of the performers and presenters for the Latin Grammys Premiere are nominees.
Performers include Gera Demara (Best Norteño Album), Nora González (Best Ranchero/Mariachi Album), Zoe Gotusso (Best Pop/Rock Song & Best New Artist), Love of Lesbian (Best Pop/Rock Album), and Luedji Luna (Best Musica Popular Brasileira Album).
Presenters at the Latin Grammys Premiere are Roxana Amed (Best Arrangement & Best Latin Jazz/Jazz Album), Pedro Capó (Best Pop Vocal Album), Sara Correia (Best Portuguese Language Roots Album), and Farina (Best Urban Song).
The Latin GRAMMY Premiere is broadcast globally via Latin GRAMMYs Facebook LIVE and YouTube Channel beginning at 4 p.m. ET, followed by the 22nd Annual Latin GRAMMY Awards broadcast airing live on Univision at 8 p.m. ET/PT (7 p.m. CT).
Find the full list of presenters and performers here.
Ana Brenda Contreras, Carlos Rivera, and Roselyn Sánchez will host this year’s show and some of the artists booked to present and perform are getting fans excited.
“We are excited to reunite with our members and nominees during our annual Latin GRAMMY Premiere,” Manuel Abud, CEO of The Latin Recording Academy, said in a statement. “We will once again celebrate musical excellence — for both Spanish and Portuguese recordings — and promise an afternoon filled with camaraderie and unique Latin GRAMMY moments.”
Some of the performers for the award show include Bad Bunny, Ozuna, Camilo, Gloria Trevi, Mon Laferte, Natalie Lafourcade, Myke Towers, Sergio George, C. Tangana, Los Dos Carnales, Juanes, Maná, Jay Wheeler, Descermer Bueno, Gente de Zona, and Yotuel.
“Rediscovering Life Through Music” is this year’s theme and audiences will get a chance to revisit what matters most in life using music as the storyline.
The 22nd Annual Latin GRAMMY Awards will air live on Univision on Nov. 18, at 8 p.m. ET/PT (7 p.m. CT).
For a full list of performers and all the ways to watch, click here.