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Who is performing at the 2022 Latin Grammy Award ceremony? Chiquis, Jesse & Joy, Marco Antonio Solís

The Las Vegas ceremony will bring together some of the biggest names in music with a whole host of major stars set to perform live.

Latin Grammys ceremony performances announced
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The 23rd Latin Grammy Awards take place on Thursday, 17 November and will bring together the great and the good for a Las Vegas ceremony.

Bad Bunny has racked up the most nominations with a highly impressive 10 nods across a number of categories. He is followed close behind by Edgar Barrera who has picked up nine nominations.

You can watch along at home with full coverage on Univision, which also offers an exclusive pre-ceremony red carpet extravaganza. Aside from the awards themselves, viewers will be treated to a series of hotly anticipated performances from major artists.

Who will perform at the Latin Grammys?

In a series of announcements the organisers have unveiled a number of big names who will take to the stage, with Latin Grammy stars, both past and present, set to perform.

Singer-songwriter Christina Aguilera will take to the stage to perform from Los Angeles on Thursday. She won the award for Best Female Pop Vocal Album in 2001 and will hope to add to that this week with seven nominations.

Columbian musician Camilo will also appear on stage at the Michelob Ultra Arena. He won four awards in 2021, including Best Pop Song and Best Vocal Album.

Rauw Alejandro, nominated for Best New Artist two years ago, has picked up nominations for Record Of The Year and Song Of The Year this time around and will give a live performance. Don’t be surprised to hear a live rendition of ‘Agua’ from the Puerto Rican star.

He will be joined by nine-time Latin Grammy nominee Sebastián Yatra. The 28-year-old has received four nods this year.

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Mexican pop duo Jesse & Joy have previously picked up six wins at the Latin Grammy and the pair will be back to perform this year. They are also up for an award again, with a nomination for Best Pop Vocal Album. Fellow past winner Chiquis is also performing in Thursday’s ceremony.

But perhaps most excitingly of all, musician, singer, composer, and record producer Marco Antonio Solís will deliver an unforgettable performance. He has picked up five previous wins at the Latin Grammy and has already been crowned Latin Recording Academy Person of the Year.

Completing the performances for the 2022 Latin Grammys are Elvis Costello, Jorge Drexler, John Legend, Mariachi Sol de México de José Hernández Banda Los Recoditos, Nicky Jam, Carin León, Sin Bandera and Christian Nodal.


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