While we're here, let's run through all the important details about how to watch the GRAMMY Awards this year. After all, you don't wait to miss a second of the action on Music's Biggest Night ®.
Where can fans watch the 2017 GRAMMY Awards?
The GRAMMYs will be televised on CBS, which means you can watch it on your trusty TV—or, if you're more of jet-setting music fan, you can stream the GRAMMYs live through CBS All Access.
The live stream will be available in over 125 cities, including New York City, Los Angeles, Chicago, Philadelphia, Denver, Miami, and many more.
If you're a person who likes viewing options, then you should know that, in addition to being able to watch the network broadcast, you can also stream the ceremony and Red Carpet Special on your desktop and a variety of shiny electronic devices, which include:
- Apple TV
- Google Chromecast
- Amazon Fire TV
- Windows 10
When are the 2017 GRAMMY Awards?
This year's GRAMMY Awards will air on Sunday, Feb. 12.
What time do the 2017 GRAMMY Awards start?
If you live on the East Coast and watch shows in Eastern Standard Time, then you can stream the Awards at 8 PM ET.
However, if you're the type of person who believes an awards show starts when the first stiletto hits the red carpet, then you should tune into our Red Carpet Special, which is hosted by Nancy O'Dell and Kevin Frazier from Entertainment Tonight, at 7:30 PM ET.
In case you live on the West Coast and like to watch in Pacific Standard Time, then Music's Biggest Night ® airs for you at 5 PM PT. That means that the Red Carpet Special starts at 4:30 PM PT.
Lastly, if your address is somewhere in between, your best bet is to check your local listing as to when the 2017 GRAMMY Awards and Red Carpet Special are airing.
How long are the 2017 GRAMMY Awards?
Based on past years, the ceremony should last around three-and-a-half hours.
Again, if we're playing GRAMMY geography, that means the show will wrap around 11:30 PM ET and/or 8:30 PM PT.
Which artists are performing at the 2017 GRAMMY Awards?
As of now, the list of performers include John Legend, Carrie Underwood, Metallica, and Keith Urban. Adele will greet the crowd on Feb. 12, as will Bruno Mars and his impressive pinky ring collection.
A handful of collaborations are also expected to blow the roof off, including The Weeknd with Daft Punk, Anderson .Paak with A Tribe Called Quest, and Alicia Keys with Maren Morris.
Let's also not forget about the most recent batch of announced performers, which include Sturgill Simpson, Chance The Rapper, Little Big Town, and a special duet between William Bell and Gary Clark Jr.
Stream the 2017 GRAMMY Awards on-demand.