Can you buy tickets for the 2023 Latin Grammy Awards in Seville? What you can and what you can’t see in person

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The great gala of the Latin Grammy Awards 2023 is just around the corner and now Spanish music lovers keep asking themselves the same question over and over again: What do you have to do to get tickets to attend the great event that will be held at the Palacio de Congresos and Seville Exhibitions (FIBES)?

Unfortunately the answer is that you can’t do anything if you don’t already have an invitation in your possession. As the Latin Recording Academy confirmed weeks ago, this 2023 The music awards ceremony will be an event that only those who are nominated, are going to perform or have an invitation can attend. in hand due to the capacity problems that a large event of this type entails. So, if you are not one of the lucky ones that the Academy has invited, or one of those few who are even luckier because they have won the tickets for some of the contests that different brands have held in recent weeks, you will have to settle for watching the gala live online or on television.

Watch the Latin Grammy gala on television

From Spain, the 24th Latin Grammy Awards gala can be seen from 10:30 p.m. on Thursday, November 16 on television through La 1 de TVE and on its online live TV platform, while from Latin America all viewers They will be able to connect through Televisa Univisi贸n.

The gala will last three hours, so it is expected that, if there are no last minute changes or surprises in the live show, it will end in the early hours of Friday, November 17, when the FIBES in Seville will be at 01:30 hours.

Concerts and live events

Lola 脥ndigo at WECB Music Awards Santander 2023 / JPARIS

The events that will be open to the public will be, in addition to the Latin Grammy SeMssion that was held in October in Granada with Beret, Feid and Mala Rodr铆guez and other artists, which are part of the Santaluc铆a Latin Week cycle. Between November 10 and 17, it will host concerts by Lola 脥ndigo, Pablo L贸pez, Antonio Orozco, Morat, Juan Mag谩n, Antonio Orozco, an Alpha House session by Aitana and a unique flamenco performance called ‘Flamenco is Universal’.

On the other hand, on November 10, Laura Pausini will offer a talk framed in the cycle ‘Latin Grammy in the schools’ to the students of the Francisco Guerrero Conservatory in Seville, which will have an audience from the institution, and on November 13, a special event tribute to outstanding women in the world of music at the Casa de Pilatos with recognition to R贸ndine Alcal谩, Mon Laferte, Simone Torres and Ana Villacorta Torres.

Latin Grammy performances

Mar铆a Becerra at the Coca Cola Music Experience 2023

Mar铆a Becerra at the Coca Cola Music Experience 2023 / Europa Press News

On the day of the Latin Grammy gala, those attending FIBES and all those music lovers who follow it live from their homes will be able to enjoy performances by top-level Spanish and Latin American artists. There will be no shortage of Pablo Albor谩n, Ozuna, Featherweight, Eslabon Armado, Edgar Barrera, Camilo, Juanes, Manuel Carrasco, Borja, Natascha Falc茫o, GALE, Paola Guanche, Joaquina and Le贸n Leiden, Maria Becerra, Bizarrap, Feid, Kany Garc铆a, Carin Le贸n, Christian Nodal, Rauw Alejandro and Alejandro Sanz, in addition to Laura Pausini who, as the person honored in 2023, will have an important role in the event.

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