After last year’s effort for a COVID-19-safe show, the Grammys are back for another round this weekend. The 64th Annual Grammy Awards were originally scheduled for Los Angeles at the end of January, but the MGM Grand Hotel in Las Vegas was postponed and relocated due to the Omicron increase.
The main event will begin tonight (Sunday, April 3) on the CBS Television Network at 8 a.m. Eastern and will be streamed on Paramount +, which offers a one-week free trial. Below, find out how to watch 2022 Grammy at home. (Pitchfork earns a commission from purchases made through authorized links on our site.)
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How to watch the Grammy Awards premiere:
The premiere began in the afternoon, with many Grammy winners not being recognized during the television broadcast. It is streamed live.grammy.com and the Recording Academy / Grammys YouTube channel. Lever Burton hosted this episode of the show, which begins at 3:30 p.m., with performances by Madison Cunningham, Falu, Nenna Freelon, Calani Peya, Blues Traveler John Popper and Isaacs.
The premiere event covers most of the awards distributed each year. Jimmy Jam, Arlo Parks, Jimmy Allen, Sylvan Esso, Pierce Freelon and Net Bargatze will present the awards. Allen is ready to perform with Ladies, Allison Russell, Mann Lafart and Curtis Stewart among others.
How to see the Grammys red carpet
With more relaxed epidemic restrictions, the Grammys red carpet will return to a more traditional theme this year. People Its coverage began live streaming on PeopleTV and YouTube at 6:30 pm Eastern with host Jenin Rubenstein and Jeremy Parsons.
How to watch the main event of Grammys
Last year’s Grammy was held across multiple rooms in Los Angeles, with participants roaming outside the venue in the prizes. This year, they will gather at the MGM Grand Garden Arena. Trevor Noah returned to host the proceedings.
The main show starts at 8 a.m. Eastern on CBS. It can be viewed online by logging on to the CBS website with a cable subscription and also through the CBS app on Amazon Fire TV. For those who do not have a regular TV setup, the program will stream via Paramount +, Hulu + Live TV and YouTube TV.
Bruno Mars and Anderson will open the show as .Pak Silk Sonic, marking the pair’s second consecutive Grammy appearance. Additional cast at the 2022 Grammy Awards are: John Batist, Brothers Osborne, BTS, Brandy Carlyle, Billy Ilish, Cynthia Arevo, HER, Lil Nass X with Jack Harlow, Leslie Odom Jr., Nass, Ben Platt, Olivia Rodrigo, Olivia Rodrigo, , J. Balvin with Maria Besser, John Legend and Carrie Underwood. There will also be special segments with performers from Maverick City Music, Amy Nuviola and Billy Strings.