Who won this year’s Grammy Awards – and where to see them live in 2023

Here are all the winners you'll be able to catch on UK stages this year

Many milestones were celebrated at the 2023 Grammys. Kim Petras became the first openly transgender woman to win Best Pop Duo/Group Performance, Beyoncé broke the record for most Grammy wins by a single artist, and Black Thought narrated a joyful and poignant journey through hip-hop to celebrate the last 50 years of the genre.

For those of us who were unable to jet out to LA and join the festivities, worry not. Plenty of the night’s biggest winners are on their way to the UK for some unmissable live performances. Here are all the Grammy winners that you can catch on UK stages this year.

Album Of The Year: Harry Styles – Harry’s House

The megastar took home the night’s biggest award for his massive third album. There’s still a limited amount of availability for his Love On Tour this summer, if you’re aching to hear ‘Matilda’ live.

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Song of the Year: Bonnie Raitt – ‘Just Like That’

Raitt also scooped up awards for Best Americana Performance for ‘Made Up’ and Best American Roots Song for ‘Just Like That’. There’s still a few tickets remaining for her UK tour this June, where you’ll likely hear all three tracks.

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Record Of The Year: Lizzo – ‘About Damn Time’

You can catch Lizzo performing the endlessly infectious ‘About Damn Time’ live on her Special tour this March – final tickets remain.

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Best New Artist: Samara Joy

The honey-voiced Samara Joy also took home Best Jazz Vocal Album for Linger Awhile. See her in action this March 7 at London’s Jazz Cafe.

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Best Dance/Electronic Music Album: Beyoncé – RENAISSANCE

Beyoncé officially became the most award person in the history of the Grammys, with Best R&B Song, Best Dance/Electronic Recording and Best Traditional R&B Performance all under her belt. The Renaissance tour is going to be immense – snag your tickets as fast as you can.

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Best Pop Duo/Group Performance: Sam Smith & Kim Petras – Unholy

Whilst Petras hasn’t announced any UK performances for the near future, tickets still remain for Sam Smith’s Gloria tour this spring.

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Best Alternative Music Album: Wet Leg – Wet Leg

The kooky Brighton duo also received Best Alternative Music Performance for ‘Chaise Lounge’ – a track that will almost definitely be on their setlist when they open for Harry Styles’ Love On Tour. You can also catch them on the UK festival circuit this summer.

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Best Traditional Pop Vocal Album: Michael Bublé – Higher

Some tickets are still waiting to be claimed for Bublé’s UK tour this spring. Don’t miss out!

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Best Progressive R&B Album: Steve Lacy – Gemini Rights

Catch the endlessly creative singer-songwriter at Reading this summer where you’ll hear tracks from his Grammy-winning record.

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Best Reggae Album: Kabaka Pyramid – The Kalling

The revolutionary Kingston artist will play a string of UK dates in April, including London’s Jazz Cafe.

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