The Recording Academy has disclosed the nominations’ announcement date and location for the 2024 Grammy Awards.
On February 4, 2024, the Crypto.com Arena in Los Angeles will host the 66th Grammy Awards, the second time in a row and the 21st time overall. The location was originally the Staples Center. A week before the Super Bowl airs on the network on February 11, 2024, the show will air live on CBS.
Additionally, the Recording Academy specified the Oct. 1, 2022, to Sept. 15, 2023 eligibility period for the 2024 Grammys, which implies that Taylor Swift’s Oct. 21, 2022 release Midnights, as well as her upcoming Speak Now (Taylor’s Version), out next month, are both eligible in the major categories.
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On November 10, 2023, the 2024 Grammy nominees will be revealed. The Big Four categories of Album, Record, Song of the Year, and Best New Artist will now have only eight nominees after a few years of featuring 10, according to a modification made by the Recording Academy to the nomination process itself. Additionally, guidelines for AI technology suitability were outlined.
Best African Music Performance, Best Pop Dance Recording, and Best Alternative Jazz Album will all make their debuts at the 66th annual Grammy Awards. All 94 Grammy Award categories will be represented on the list of nominees. Havery Mason Jr., CEO of The Recording Academy, revealed.