A rundown on the 2024 GRAMMY winners and where can you see them performing live in the UK.
With Taylor Swift, Miley Cyrus, Billie Eilish and Victoria Monét taking the four big awards, 2024 is truly the year women dominated the GRAMMYs. SZA was a huge star of the night, scooping up nine nominations and three wins. And the rock categories also saw a clean sweep for women, with Paramore and boygenius taking home the gramophones. We love to see it.
Taylor Swift became the first-ever artist to win FOUR Album of The Year GRAMMYs. During the ceremony, the pop star also announced her new album, The Tortured Poets Department, which will be out this April.
Performance-wise, the 66th GRAMMYs delivered plenty of moments to remember, including Tracey Chapman and Luke Combs duetting Fast Cars and Joni Mitchell’s soul-stirring ballad Both Sides Now. Our highlight has to be Miley Cyrus though. From changing the lyrics in her knockout Flowers performance to reference her first GRAMMY win, to delivering instantly quotable acceptance speeches. Miley forever.
In ever better news, plenty of the winners are heading to the UK on tours this year. Check out all the top 2024 GRAMMY winners and when you can catch them live.
Made history, announced a new album, won Album Of The Year and also took home a second GRAMMY for Best Pop Album. All in a day’s work for Taylor. We know it’s not news that the Eras tour is coming to the UK later this year – it sold out in minutes – but keep an eye out for resales.Find Tickets
How Miley Cyrus hasn’t already got multiple GRAMMYs under her belt is beyond us, but the 2024 ceremony saw the pop star take home her first TWO awards, winning both Record Of The Year and Pop Solo Performance. Miley’s been very open about taking a break from touring, so nothing on the horizon just yet.
Performing this live, Billie Eilish and FINNEAS delivered one of the most moving moments of the evening, proving exactly why they took out Song Of The Year. No surprise, the Barbie track also took out Best Song Written for Visual Media.
Nobody can get enough of Victoria Monét right now. The artist was nominated for seven awards, and took home three; Best New Artist, R&B Album and Engineered Album, Non Classical. We were lucky enough to have Victoria Monét in London last November. Looking forward to welcoming her back soon.
The South African singer won her first GRAMMY at just 22-years-old for her hit song ‘Water’. She’s heading to London’s KOKO for two sold-out shows in April. Don’t worry, if you missed out, she’s heading back to our shores for Wireless Festival in July.Find Tickets
The UK’s very own Fred again.. deservedly took home two GRAMMYs for Best Dance Album with ‘Actual Life 3 (January 1 – September 9 2022)’ and Best Electronic Recording, courtesy of his Skrillex and Flowdan collab ‘Rumble’. Having redefined electronic music over the last few years, we can’t wait to see Fred live. He’s headlining Reading & Leeds this July.Find Tickets
Not only did Chris Stapleton take home Best Country Song, but he also scooped another award for Best Country Solo Performance. Chris Stapleton will be taking over UK arenas on a six-date tour in October.Find Tickets
Lainey Wilson first got our attention on Yellowstone, but we really fell in love with her after hearing ‘Bell Bottom Country’, and it looks like the GRAMMYs agree. Catch Lainey this April, with six shows across UK & Northern Ireland.Find Tickets
Fresh from her GRAMMYs win, Icelandic artist Laufey will be charming UK audiences next week, with her nine-date tour starting in Glasgow on Monday.Find Tickets
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