Where to see the Latin Grammy 2023 in Seville: date and time of the gala and the red carpet

Italian singer Laura Pausini during the Latin Recording Academy Person of the Year event today Wednesday in Seville.  (EFE/ Raúl Caro)
Italian singer Laura Pausini during the Latin Recording Academy Person of the Year event today Wednesday in Seville. (EFE/ Raúl Caro)

Everything prepared in Seville to host the Latin Grammy gala, the most important awards in Latin music that, for the first time in its history, are celebrated outside the borders of the United States. These days, the Andalusian capital is hosting multiple musical and cultural events around this broad genre that encompasses urban music and which will culminate this Thursday, November 16, with the gala where all the artists nominated for the golden gramophone.

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In Spain, The gala can be seen on Spanish Radio Television (RTVE). That day, the Spanish public channel’s programming will focus on broadcasting the event from Seville.

Together with RTVE, Univision It will also broadcast the Latin music awards gala, since, historically, it has also been the channel in charge of broadcasting the event in the United States.

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The Latin Recording Academy announced this Thursday that Sebastián Yatra, Latin Grammy winner and Grammy nominee; Danna Paola, well-known actress and Latin Grammy nominee; and Roselyn Sánchez and Paz Vega, renowned international actresses, will present the (twenty-fourth) Annual Latin Grammy Awards, which will be held in Seville on November 16. (Source: Europa Press / Latin Grammy / Social Networks)

RTVE coproduces and will broadcast the ceremony live. He will co-produce it with Univisión and it will be broadcast this Thursday from the Conference and Exhibition Center (FIBES) in Seville. The installment will be broadcast internationally for the first time in history. In Spain, viewers will be able to follow the entire event live on La 1 and RTVE Play.

Danna Paola, Roselyn Sánchez, Paz Vega, and Sebastián Yatra will present the ceremony, where performances by Rosalía, Shakira, Pablo Alborán, Edgar Barrera, Camilo, Manuel Carrasco, Iza, Juanes y Ozuna, María Becerra, Bizarrap, Feid, Kany García, Carin León, Christian Nodal, Rauw Alejandro and Alejandro Sanz.

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Will not miss the appointment Laura PausiniPerson of the Year 2023 from the Latin Recording Academy. One of the moments already scheduled will be the performance of Armed Link and Featherweightwho will perform the song ‘She dances alone’ together for the first time on television.

Among the top nominees are Shakira, Camilo y Karol Gfollowed by Bizarrap, Pablo Alborán, Feid, María Becerra, Bad Bunny o Natalia Lafourcade.

The preparations for the delivery of the most important awards in Latin music can be enjoyed all afternoon on La 1. The contest The hunter’ (8:00 p.m.) will offer a special edition dedicated to these awards. After the TD-2 News, there will be ‘Night of Stars’the moment of the Red carpet with the arrival at the party of the main protagonists of the night. They will present it Carlos Baute, Clarissa Molina, Chiqui Delgado, Raul de Molina, and Borja Voces and will be broadcast from 9:30 p.m. to 10:30 p.m.

RTVE explains that Carlos del Amor – recently awarded an Ondas Award for best presenter – and Elena S. Sánchez, will personalize the signal for Spain. They will accompany the spectators during the red carpet and during the gala, with interviews with the participants and interventions that will liven up this great musical night. The Playz channel has prepared special programming.

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