The 2022 Grammy Awards Has Now Been Moved To April

The 2022 Grammy Awards Ceremony has been rescheduled to April 3, 2022, and will be held at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas, the Recording Academy has affirmed.

The 64th release of the yearly function, which was at first planned to be held indoors at the Arena in Los Angeles on January 31, was deferred on January 5 on account of rising Covid-19 cases.

The awards will be broadcast live on CBS and set to be hosted by Trevor Noah. This is the first time the ceremony will be held in Las Vegas.

The Grammys was postponed last year in view of the Covid-19 pandemic, and was eventually held outside at the Los Angeles Convention Center in March.


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The service is normally held at the Arena, previously known as the Staples Center, but has now and then been held in New York City.

After the postponement was announced, Variety and Billboard reported that Arena was booked with games and concerts for months and wouldn’t be able to accommodate the change in date to host the Grammys, and that the Recording Academy was eying the MGM Grand Garden Arena.

It can accommodate 17,000 people yet doesn’t have any luxury suites, something Billboard noted was a disadvantage in light of the fact that the institute ordinarily makes money renting out the Arena suites for the show.

Nominations were announced in November and artist Jon Batiste got 11 nods, more than some other artists. Stars like Justin Bieber, Doja Cat, Olivia Rodrigo and Lil Nas X all received various nominations.

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