Latin Grammy Awards 2023: schedule and how to watch the gala live from Spain and Latin America

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Seville always has a special color, but in recent days, the capital of Seville has been filled with excitement for what is yet to come and for what has already happened. For the first time in all the editions of the Latin Grammy Awards – and there have been a few already -, the awards leave the United States and travel directly to the south of Spain. A pride, without a doubt, for an entire country and, above all, for all Andalusians.

This November 16, these awards will be celebrated, which has Sebastián Yatra, Danna Paola, Roselyn Sánchez and Paz Vega as presenters. A ceremony that will feature many nominated Spanish artists and well-known faces that will attract everyone’s attention. Rosalía, Shakira, David Bisbal, Ana Torrjón, Omar Montes, Lola Índigo, among many others, will become the protagonists of this 24th edition.

These days, there have been many events that have filled Seville with activities and have taken music to every corner of the city. In fact, this same Wednesday, Laura Pausini was the queen of the night after she became Person of the Year either Person of the Year of the Grammys. However, things are not over yet and the most important thing still remains: the big gala. Below, we tell you all the details so you don’t miss anything.

Schedule and how to watch the Latin Grammy 2023 from Spain

Music lovers have an unforgettable date this Thursday to experience one of the most special nights of the year, but many of them ask themselves the same question, in addition to whether they will be able to get a ticket to experience it all from within: At what time and how can I watch the 2023 Latin Grammy gala? Well, the doubts are over because we are going to solve them all.

From 5:30 p.m.the atmosphere will begin to take shape with the premiere which will be broadcast on YouTube. With Miguel Ángel Muñoz and Giulia Be as presenters, 46 of the 56 awards will be distributed within the different categories of the Latin Grammys. The rest will be delivered during the gala.

Starting at 7:00 p.m.begin to the red carpet at RTVE Play with Inés Hernand as driver and where we can follow the arrival of all the artists who will perform at the Latin Grammys, as well as those who are nominated, well-known faces in the industry and guests. Starting at 9:30 p.m., Carlos del Amor and Elena Sánchez will kick off a red carpet special that can be followed through La 1 and that will put the finishing touch to the first part.

After that will come the big moment: the beginning of the gala! Be starting at 10:30 p.m. on La 1 where you can follow minute by minute everything that happens inside the Palace of Congresses and Exhibitions of Seville (FIBES).

Where to see the gala from Latin America?

The 24th edition of these awards promises to be a great event that will feature some of the artists with the most Grammys in the history of music, in addition to the participation of others such as Bizarrap, Alejandro Sanz, Rauw Alejandro, Manuel Carrasco and María Becerra, among others.

Without a doubt, a night that not even those who live on the other side of the pond will want to miss. Likewise, those who want to follow the gala can do so from the Univision channel in the United States and from TNT in Latin America. Below, we detail the schedule to stick to the TV and not miss anything.

  • Ecuador: 7:00 pm
  • Mexico: 7:00 pm
  • Chili: 9:00 pm
  • Bolivia: 8:00 pm
  • Venezuela: 8:00 pm
  • Argentina: 9:00 pm
  • Brazil: 9:00 pm
  • USA (Florida): 8:00 p.m.


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