The next Latin Grammy Awards gala will be held in Andalusia, leaving the United States for the first time, the head of its organisation said on Wednesday.
Latin Recording Academy CEO Manuel Abud and the regional president for Andalusia, Juanma Moreno, made the announcement in Seville (see Tweet link below).
‘That the Latin Grammys will leave the United States for the first time is reason for special celebration, and what better place to hold them than Andalusia,’ Abud said.
Moreno said the awards show would be held in November. Neither the specific dates nor the specific host city were given.
The Latin Grammys were first held in Los Angeles in 2000. Last year, they took place in Las Vegas, where Spanish artist Rosalía won best album for Motomami.
🏆🎶 Acuerdo para que #Andalucía acoja la ceremonia de los #LatinGRAMMY en 2023.— Junta de Andalucía (@AndaluciaJunta) February 22, 2023
📽 El presidente @JuanMa_Moreno anuncia un acuerdo con @LatinGRAMMYs para celebrar la gala por primera vez fuera de EEUU.
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