According to a representative from the show, the 2021 Grammy Awards are being postponed due to continued COVID-19 concerns.

Originally slated for January 31st, “Music’s Biggest Night” has been contending with countless Los Angeles-based complications involved with staging a major awards show that ordinarily seats an audience of 18,000+. The initial plan was to hold the event at its longtime Staples Center home, with either a limited capacity audience or none at all, and to follow proper social distancing safety guidelines artist performances were to be staged from multiple venues in and around the L.A. area.

Interim Grammy chief Harvey Mason, Jr. told Variety that the Grammys were looking at other shows for ideas, but “It’s gonna be a show that’s different from the other awards shows that have happened at this point…. We’re going to determine as we get a little bit closer what we’re going to do with our audience, but we have some really cool and

As of press time the event has been rescheduled for March 14.

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