After being postponed from its original date, the 63rd Annual Grammy Awards are finally here. The world’s most popular composers, musicians, and songwriters will be honored by the Recording Academy for any eligible work from September 1, 2019, to August 31, 2020. The ceremony will be hosted by Trevor Noah will host the ceremony and the winners will receive a Grammy across 83 categories. Beyoncé leads all nominees with nine nominations, and if she wins eight of them, she’ll set the record for most Grammys of all-time by a single artist with 24.
Fans will notice a few differences in this year’s show. Due to a COVID-19 spike in L.A., the ceremony was postponed from its original date January 5, 2021, at the Staples Center to March 14, 2021, at the smaller Los Angeles Convention Center. Plus, this year’s presenters will feature bartenders, box-office managers, and venue workers from various independent venus from all across the country, including the Troubadour (Los Angeles), the Apollo Theater (New York City), the Station Inn (Nashville), and more.
There will be over 20 artists performing at this year’s show, yet they will maintain safety. There will be performances by Roddy Ricch, Dua Lipa, and Taylor Swift, each tied with the second most nominations at 6. Below is the full lineup of performers.
- Bad Bunny
- Billie Eilish
- Black Pumas
- Cardi B
- Chris Martin
- Brandi Carlile
- Brittany Howard
- Doja Cat
- Dua Lipa
- Harry Styles
- John Mayer
- Lil Baby
- Maren Morris
- Megan Thee Stallion
- Mickey Guyton,
- Miranda Lambert
- Post Malone
- Roddy Ricch
- Taylor Swift
Jhené Aiko will host the 63rd Grammy Awards Premiere Ceremony at 3 p.m. ET on Grammys.com. Aiko, a current three-time nominee, will be joined throughout the show by celebrity presenters, including comedian Bill Burr, and fans will get exclusive digital access. The pre-show will have performances by Burna Boy, Terri Lyne Carrington + Social Science, Poppy, and more.
When to watch the Grammys
CBS will be broadcasting a hybrid show, as the 63rd Annual Grammy Awards will be presented live from the Los Angeles Convention Center, and various remote locations, on Sunday, March 14, 2021, at 8 p.m. ET.
How to watch the Grammys
This year cord cutters have a few options when it comes to watching this year’s historic Grammy Awards. CBS has aired the show over the last three decades and will continue the tradition this year. AntennaWeb is a great tool you can use to see what CBS channel is available in your area with an antenna.
Locast: Viewers in one of the 30 markets served by Locast will also be able to watch on their local CBS for free with the service.
Cord cutters can watch every single moment of the Grammys with Roku, Apple TV, Fire TV, or any compatible devices by subscribing to any one of these live TV streaming services.How to Watch the Grammy’s on March 14
fuboTV has CBS covered with the fuboTV Family plan for $65/month.
Hulu with Live also carries CBS for $65/month.
AT&T TV includes CBS in its Choice package for $65/month.
Paramount+ is the home of all of CBS networks content for only $6/month
YouTube TV includes CBS with a $65/month subscription