The 2023 Latin Grammys are gearing up to welcome a slew of star-studded performers.
Taking place tonight, Nov. 16, in Seville, Spain, the 24th Latin Grammy Awards will include a large number of artists taking the stage. Among them include current Latin Grammy nominee and previous winner Shakira, alongside Rosalía, Maluma, Juanes and Peso Pluma, and many others.
The celebration will be hosted by Sebastián Yatra — who is pulling triple duty as emcee, nominee and performer — Roselyn Sánchez, Danna Paola and Paz Vega.
Ahead, a full list of all the performers that will be performing their biggest hits at the 2023 Latin Grammys, including the 2023 person of the year.
Who are the performers at the 2023 Latin Grammys?
The first and second wave of performers were announced in October, with the second list of artists taking the stage revealed on Nov. 9. There will be a number of first-time performers, as well as seasoned stars who are returning to the Latin Grammy Awards stage.
- Sebastián Yatra
- Milo J
- Andrea Bocelli
- DJ Premier
- Ozuna with David Guetta
- Rauw Alejandro
- Alejandro Sanz
- Christian Nodal
- Maria Becerra
- Peso Pluma and Eslabón Armado
- Kany García
- Carin León
- Pablo Alborán
- Edgar Barrera
- Manuel Carrasco
- Natascha Falcão
- Paola Guanche
- León Leiden
Who is the 2023 Person of the Year at the Latin Grammys?
The 2023 Latin Recording Academy person of the year is Italian singer Laura Pausini. The “En Cambio No” singer is also expected to take the stage during the awards ceremony.
The Person of the Year Gala, honoring the multi-lingual Pausini, will also take place a day before the Latin Grammys on Nov. 15. The event will also include a tribute concert, with an array of notable artists singing renditions of her biggest hits.