A rundown of some of the biggest winners on one of music's biggest nights
“Don’t even think of this as an awards show,” joked host Trevor Noah at yesterday’s ceremony. “It’s a concert where we are giving out awards.”
The 64th Grammys certainly had some performances to remember, from BTS dodging lasers in a 007-inspired performance of ‘Butter’ to Olivia Rodrigo singing ‘Driver’s License’ from a literal drivers seat. Jon Batiste’s electrifying performance of ‘Freedom’ reminded us why he was the night’s big winner, whilst John Legend’s emotional tribute to Ukrainian freedom fighters brought Ukrainian artists onto the Grammys stage and was preceded by a poignant message from President Volodymyr Zelensky. The Grammys is a spectacle, but despite Noah’s quip, the real news will always be about who took home a golden gramophone.
Here are some of the night’s biggest winners and where you can catch them in 2022.
Whilst Bruno Mars and Anderson .paak aren’t touring together just yet, Anderson .paak will be supporting the Chili Peppers in London and Glasgow this summer.Find Tickets
The debut single from the super-duo took home not one but two of the evenings biggest awards.Find Tickets
Jon Batiste took home five awards at the 64th Grammys, including arguably the night’s most coveted. He’s not currently on tour in the UK, so for now we’ll just have to be content with watching his performance of ‘Freedom’ on repeat.
Whilst Doja Cat won’t be touring the UK anytime soon, you can catch her at Longitude festival in Dublin on 1 July.Find Tickets
You won’t be able to catch them together unfortunately, but Lady Gaga will be bringing The Chromatica Ball to Tottenham Hotspur Stadium on 29 & 30 July.Find Tickets
Tyler, the Creator can also be found at Dublin’s Longitude festival this summer, taking to the main stage on 2 July.Find Tickets
Chris Stapleton also scooped up three awards at the event. He’s currently busy touring the US, but here’s hoping that he finds his way to the UK soon.
The rockers also scooped up the awards for Best Rock Song and Best Rock Performance.