the 22nd Latin Grammy Awards 2021 will be held at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas on Thursday, November 18.
The 2021 Latin Grammy Awards will return in a personal ceremony on November 18 to recognize the best Latin music of the year and top artists through various performances and accolades.
The theme of the evening is ‘Rediscovering life through music’, encouraging the audience to look at life through music and inviting everyone to discover what matters by using it as a storyline.
“With unique collaborations and unique Latin Grammy moments, the ceremony promises to be an exceptional celebration of musical excellence combined with inspiring storytelling,” the Latin Recording Academy said in a statement.
Latin Grammy award-winning artist Kany García and actress Carolina Dieckmann will host the pre-show, featuring performances by current nominees including Gera Demara, Nora González, Zoe Gotusso, Love of Lesbian, Luedji Luna, Os Barões da Pisadinha, Nando Reis, Gonzalo Rubalcaba and Jon Secada.
How and what time and where to watch the Latin GRAMMY Awards 2021
The 2021 Latin Grammys will air live on Univision on Thursday, November 18 at 8pm ET/PT (7pm CT). The broadcast will also be broadcast on cable channel TNT at 19.00 (MEX) / 20.00 (PAN-COL) / 21.00 (VEN) / 22.00 (ARG/CHI), and on Televisa on channel 5.
Univision can be streamed on most devices you watch TV on, including Apple TV, Roku, Google Chromecast, computers and smartphones. For more information on how to access.
How To Watch The Latin GRAMMY Premiere Ceremony?
Before the 22nd Latin GRAMMY Awards kicks off at 8pm ET, tune in to the 2021 Latin GRAMMY Premiere to see if your favorite artists won. The ceremony kicks off at 4:00 PM ET/1:00 PM PT and will award 45 of 53 Latin GRAMMY Awards categories.
Hosted by Latin GRAMMY-winning and GRAMMY-nominated singer/songwriter Kany García and actress Carolina Dieckmann, the Latin GRAMMY Premiere ceremony will see performances by current nominees Gera Demara, Nora González, Zoe Gotusso, Love of Lesbian and more. You can tune in to the Latin GRAMMYs’ Facebook LIVE page (opens in a new tab) and the YouTube channel (opens in a new tab).
For the second year, the Latin Recording Academy is also organizing a premiere ceremony for the Brazilian public, awarding all Portuguese language categories.
The Brazilian ceremony will take place at 5:30 PM EST / 2:30 PM PST / 7:30 PM (Brasília) on Latin GRAMMY’s Facebook and YouTube pages, following the Spanish-language premiere ceremony.
Who will host and perform at the Latin GRAMMY Awards 2021?
Actress/singer Ana Brenda Contreras, Mexican singer Carlos Rivera and Puerto Rican multi-hyphenate Roselyn Sánchez will host the 2021 Latin GRAMMYs. The star-studded show will feature performances from a wide variety of Latin American superstars, including a highly anticipated return of Christina Aguilera.
Aguilera, a Latin GRAMMY winner and five-time GRAMMY winner, will make her first Latin GRAMMYs appearance in more than two decades. She will take the stage with Becky G and nominees Nicki Nicole and Nathy Peluso for a rendition of their new collaboration, “Pa Mis Muchachas.”
Latin GRAMMY and GRAMMY winner Juanes will perform a special arrangement of Juan Gabriel’s iconic song “No Tengo Dinero” with Rubén Albarrán and Meme del Real from Café Tacvba. C. Tangana — nominated five times this year — will join legendary artists Antonio Carmona, Diego del Morao, Jorge Drexler, Israel Fernández, La Húngara and Natalia Lafourcade and Omar Apollo to deliver a memorable performance.
Descemer Bueno, Gente de Zona and Yotuel are ready to deliver a never-before-seen acoustic performance of “Patria y Vida,” which has been nominated for Song of the Year and Best Urban Song. Mon Laferte and Gloria Trevi join La Arrolladora Banda El Limón de René Camacho and a mariachi for a powerful medley including “La Mujer”, which wins Best Pop Song.
And it doesn’t stop there! Other artists include Alejandro Fernández, Bad Bunny, Banda El Recodo de Cruz Lizárraga, Caliber 50, Camilo, Danna Paola, DJ Nelson, Grupo Firme, Jay Wheeler, Juan Luis Guerra, Julio Reyes Copello, Los Dos Carnales, Maná, Myke Towers, Nella, Ozuna, Pablo Alboran, Paula Arenas, Ruben Blades and Sergio George.
Who are the main nominees?
Record of the Year
- “If You Had Wanted” – Pablo Alboran
- “All of You” – Raw Alejandro
- “An Eternal Love” (Ballad Version) – Marc Anthony
- “A Tu Lado” – Paula Arenas
- “Bohemio” – Andrés Calamaro & Julio Iglesias
- “Rico’s Life” – Camilo
- “Let me go, Bogotá” – Diamante Eléctrico
- “Amen” – Ricardo Montaner, Mau and Ricky, Camilo, Evaluna Montaner
- “God Willed It So” – Ricardo Montaner & Juan Luis Guerra
- “Te Olvidaste” – C. Tangana & Omar Apollo
- “Maybe” – Caetano Veloso & Tom Veloso
song of the year
- “A Tu Lado” – Paula Arenas & María Elisa Ayerbe, songwriters (Paula Arenas)
- “A Veces” – Electric Diamond, songwriters (Electric Diamond)
- “Agua” – J Balvin, Alejandro Borrero, Kevyn Mauricio Cruz Moreno, Derek Drymon, Mark Harrison, Stephen Hillenburg, Jhay Cortez, Alejandro Ramirez, Ivanni Rodríguez, Blaise Smith, Tainy & Juan Camilo Vargas, songwriters (Tainy & J Balvin)
- “Canción Bonita” – Rafa Arcaute, Ricky Martin, Mauricio Rengifo, Andrés Torres & Carlos Vives, songwriters (Carlos Vives & Ricky Martin)
- “God Willed It So” – Camilo, David Julca, Jonathan Julca, Yasmil Jesús Marrufo & Ricardo Montaner, songwriters (Ricardo Montaner & Juan Luis Guerra)
- “Hawaii” – Édgar Barrera, René Cano, Kevyn Cruz, Johan Espinosa, Kevin Jiménez, Miky La Sensa, Bryan Lezcano, Maluma, Andrés Uribe & Juan Camilo Vargas, songwriters (Maluma)
- “Mi Guitarra” – Javier Limón, songwriter (Javier Limón, Juan Luis Guerra & Nella)