The Latin Grammys will celebrate tomorrow, Thursday, their great party in an especially hard year due to the coronavirus pandemic, but at the same time positive for Latin music, which has sounded like never before around the world to accompany in difficult times.
Under the motto “music humanizes us”, this edition of the Latin Grammy will be very special: the artists will not be able to meet as in other years and will connect with Miami (USA), partial venue of the event, from cities around the world. world to broadcast their speeches and performances.
Alejandro Fernández, Christian Nodal and Caliber 50 will perform from Guadalajara (Mexico); Fito Páez and Nathy Peluso will do it from Buenos Aires; José Luis Perales, from Madrid; Bad Bunny, from San Juan; and Anitta, from Rio de Janeiro (Brazil).
Interestingly, the pandemic has made the Latin music party more global than ever.
THE WORLD, SCENARIO OF A GALA MARKED BY THE PANDEMIC
It will not be the first awards gala that this “virtual” model follows, as the September Emmys already brought together Hollywood stars from a distance, with cameras installed in their own homes.
But the Latin Grammys will have the challenge of incorporating music, with performances of all kinds, from very different spaces that will try to imitate that energy that is created when the same stage is shared.
In addition, the coronavirus has forced last minute changes.