Looking Ahead to the Latin Grammy Awards Show 2022

By | 08 September, 2022

Also known as The Most Important Night in Latin American Music, the Latin Grammys have a long history of celebrating well-known artists and their achievements, as well as bringing to the forefront more alternative and vanguard musicians.

The 23rd Annual Latin Grammys will be awarded on November 17th, 2022 in Las Vegas. Here is a preview of the city, the venue, and some of the most exciting nominations that we are looking forward to this year!

Latin Grammy Awards Show Key Dates

The venue for the Latin Grammy Awards Show 2022 was officially announced. It will be held at the Michelob ULTRA Arena in Mandalay Bay, a venue that has seats for 12,000 spectators and has previously hosted acts by Katy Perry and Gloria Trevi.

The venue was announced on July 25, 2022, from Miami, Florida. The first round of voting took place between July 28th and August 8th. On September 20th, they announced the nominations. The final round of voting is between September 30th and October 13th. And, of course, the most important date of all: Thursday, November 17th, the Latin Grammys will be awarded to the winning artists.

The Latin Grammys will be streamed live on Univision.

Enjoy the Vegas Vibes

Las Vegas is a natural fit for the Latin Grammy Awards Show. It has a long history of Spanish-speaking people, and is a city that attracts top musical acts from around the world! If you have never been to Vegas, this is the perfect opportunity to visit! With its incredible lights, spectacular shows, and of course the casinos and venues on the Strip.

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Las Vegas is an extremely media-savvy city, so even if you are staying home, you will be able to enjoy the show and feel the Vegas vibes. Make sure to tune in live to get the full force of the show. No one does a show like Vegas does!

Looking Ahead to the Nominations

The most exciting part of the Latin Grammys is discovering new artists and rooting for our favorites to walk away with the prize. Sounds and Colours are always on the cutting edge of Latin Music. They look at the latest news from the names we love like Bomba Estereo. They are also great at picking up new sounds emerging from the music scene in different countries.

Here are some of the highlights from this year’s nominations:

Colombia and the Alternative Music Categories

The categories for Best Alternative Music Song and Best Alternative Music Album have a good amount of representation from Colombia. We are very excited about these two musical acts: Aterciopelados and Andrea Echeverri.

The Aterciopelados have been making music since 1990, when they were known as Delia y los Aminoácidos. This year, they are nominated for their fourth Latin Grammy for their album Tropiplop. Previously, they won the prize for Best Rock Album from a Group or Duo for their album Gozo Poderoso, among others.

Andrea Echeverri is nominated for Best Alternative Music Song for her Antidiva. She has already earned an MTV Award for her solo work.

Gepe and Vicentico

Gepe and Vicentico are two names out of Chile who have been attracting millions of fans for years. Gepe has always been more in the alternative world, and they are now both nominated for a song they have made together: Confia.

They will also be competing against Andrea Echeverri in the category of Best Alternative Music Song. We are always excited to see new music from these two. Gepe has released some exciting songs with other Latin American music stars.

One of the most exciting was the song Timidez that he released alongside best-selling Natalia Lafourcade. Another headline-grabbing duo was the song Hambre that he released with Wendy Sulcra. Fans may remember her from her hit En Tus Tierras Bailaré.


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