In the final days leading up to the 2019 Grammy Awards, you may be asking how you can tune in to see the sure-to-be-memorable performances and wins. Now that we know 15-time Grammy winner Alicia Keys is hosting the ceremony, we’re especially excited to see how the night goes down. The good news is, if you’re wondering how to watch the Grammys, we’ve compiled some ways right here.
In addition to Keys as host, the Recording Academy also announced its lineup of presenters on Thursday. Several of the 2019 nominees are on that list, including Kelsea Ballerini and Leon Bridges. Past winners Eve, John Mayer, Meghan Trainor and Smokey Robinson will also present, as well as K-Pop sensation BTS. Actors including Anna Kendrick and Jada Pinkett Smith will also present.
Additionally, the Recording Academy has announced even more performers, including Lady Gaga, and a tribute to the late Aretha Franklin that will feature Yolanda Adams, Fantasia and Andra Day.
If, like us, you can’t wait to tune in, here’s how you can see these incredible performers and presenters. The 61st annual Grammy Awards will air Sunday starting at 8/7c on CBS, with an expected end time of 11:30/10:30c. The ceremony will take place at the legendary Staples Center in Los Angeles and can be watched on TV or streamed online, per CBS.
- Watch on TV:
- Watch online: CBS All Access — new customers can start a free trial
- Live blog: CBSNews.com will cover the event as it happens
Subscription streaming services like YouTubeTV, Hulu Live TV, DirectTV Now, fuboTV (stream live TV with fuboTV and get a free one-week trial), and Sling TV with CBS access should also have the show available to stream in most markets.
We don’t know who will be picking up major awards like best new artist or what ensemble Lady Gaga will wow us with next, but we’re definitely looking forward to an exciting few hours of entertainment ahead.