The 66th Annual Grammy Awards will return to Los Angeles' Crypto.com Arena on the Feb. 4, 2024. The star-studded ceremony celebrating the best in music will air on CBS at 7 p.m. CT. It will also be livestreamed on Paramount+.
While some of the frontrunners in the country category and beyond will likely include our leading guys, Morgan Wallen and Luke Combs, the full list of nominations won't be announced until Nov. 10.
The eligibility period for the 66th edition of the Grammys runs from Oct. 1, 2022 to Sept. 15, 2023, with final voting for all categories taking place from Dec. 14, 2023 until Jan. 4, 2024.
The Recording Academy has yet to name a host for the 2024 ceremony, though they recently shared a variety of changes and new category additions that will go into effect for this awards cycle.
The 2024 Grammy Awards will include three new categories: best pop dance recording, best African music performance and best alternative jazz album. Elsewhere, the Producer Of The Year, Non-Classical and Songwriter Of The Year, Non-Classical categories will be moved to the General Field, allowing all Grammy voters to chime in on the non-genre-specific categories.
Additionally, the number of nominees in the “Big Four” categories — Best New Artist, as well as Album, Song and Record of the Year — have decreased from 10 to eight nominees.
Stay tuned in the coming weeks for more information regarding the 66th Annual Grammy Awards.