Overview of the Latin Grammys 2023 in Seville

Everything we know about the Latin Grammys 2023 in Seville: who are the nominees, where they can be seen and which artists will perform at the gala.

The Latin music awards leave the United States for the first time and celebrate their 24th edition at the Palacio de Congresos y Exposiciones de Sevilla on November 16.

The Latin Grammy Awards are the celebration par excellence of music in Spanish and Portuguese. This year, for the first time, the awards ceremony leaves the United States to land in Seville. The 24th edition of the Latin Grammy Awards will take place on November 16 at the Palacio de Congreso in Seville.

Event Preparation in Seville

Between November 10 and 17, Seville is preparing to host this event with events and concerts, among which are
concerts and events, including artists such as Lola Indigo, Morat, Aitana and Pablo Lopez. On the 15th will be held in the same FIBES, the Person of the Year Gala, where the singer Laura Pausini will receive this award.

These concerts and events organized the week before the same academy open mouth to the highlight of the week, which is none other than the Latin Grammy gala itself. Although the awards ceremony will not begin until 10:30 p.m., from 6:30 p.m. onwards, guests can be seen parading down the red carpet of the event. Sebastián Yatra,
Paz Vega, Danna Paola and Roselyn Sánchez will host the evening, which can be seen live on Televisión Española.

Rosalía at the 2019 Latin Grammy performance

Rosalía at the 2019 Latin Grammy performance

Who will attend the Latin Grammy Awards in Seville?

Nominees and Guests

Among the nominees in the different categories are names such as Shakira, Karol G or Camilo, three of the big favorites of the edition.
Bizarrap, one of the artists of the year for his sessions with Quevedo or Shakira herself, will also be present at this gala. To this list we can continue adding artists such as Bad Bunny, Maluma, María Becerra or Natalia Lafourcade, among others.
Natalia Lafourcade, among others, are also on the guest list.

Latin Grammy Gala Details

Although many of them are well-known artists, the person with the most nominations in this edition (13 in total) is not so well known, but is behind many of the songs that are constantly being played on the radio. We are talking about the Mexican Edgar Barrera, author and composer of songs such as “Un X100to”, by Grupo Frontera and Bad Bunny, “Ambulancia”, by Camilo and Camilla Cabello or “El Merengue”, by Marshmello with Manuel Turizo. Of course, Spanish representation is more than assured. There are many Spanish artists on the list of candidates to win the award in some category, and who are presented as highlights of the night.
Rosalía, nominated for the video clip of “Despechá”, Pablo Alborán, Manuel Carrasco, Alejandro Sanz or Quevedo are some of them.

Why the Latin Grammys are held in Seville

The choice of Seville as the venue for the Latin music awards is no coincidence. First of all, Seville
has the necessary infrastructure to host an event of this magnitude. Both FIBES and the rest of the facilities where the different events will take place are more than ready to meet the demands of this event, according to the CEO of the Academy.

Significance of Seville as the Venue

In addition, a significant The Andalusian city is also expected to attract a large number of tourists, both those attending the event itself and those interested in the different activities being organized or in the atmosphere that will be created in the city. The Andalusian city has the necessary means to deal with these visitors and provide them with the necessary accommodation and hotel services.

Seville’s Role in the Latin Grammy Awards

Seville will be the main protagonist of the Latin Grammy Awards, and not only because it will receive them, but also because it will pay tribute to its culture, its people, its culture and its culture.
will pay tribute to its culture, tradition and history. For example, flameno will play a very important role throughout the week of celebration, and there will be several shows and events in which the traditional music of southern Spain will have its moment of special prominence.

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