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2022 Latin AMAs: How to watch live and online

Broadcast live on April 21, the ceremony will feature performances by some of the biggest names in Latin music.
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Bad Bunny performs onstage at State Farm Arena on March 27, 2022 in Atlanta.Paul R. Giunta / Getty Images

The 2022 Latin American Music Awards are right around the corner. Artists like CNCO, Luis Fonsi, Ozuna and more are headed to Sin City to celebrate the biggest names in Latin music. The annual awards ceremony is set to air on Thursday, April 21.

Bad Bunny leads the list with a total of 10 nominations, followed by Jhay Cortez, who has the second most with eight nods.

Here’s what you need to know about tuning in to the 2022 Latin American Music Awards — including the artists set to take the stage and perform their biggest hits.

When are the 2022 Latin AMAs?

The 7th annual Latin AMAs will be held on Thursday, April 21 at 5 p.m. PT / 8 p.m. ET.

Before the ceremony begins, Telemundo will broadcast the best looks and exclusive interviews during the red-carpet pre-show starting at 4 p.m. PT/ 7 p.m. ET.

Where are the Latin AMAs this year?

For the first time, the show will take place at Michelob Ultra Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada.

Previous ceremonies have taken place in Florida, as well as Dolby Theatre in Hollywood, California.

How can I watch the Latin AMAs?

The Latin AMAs will be televised live on Telemundo. The show will also stream live on Peacock and broadcast simultaneously on Spanish entertainment cable network Universo, and throughout the Americas on Telemundo Internacional.

Who is hosting the Latin AMAs this year?

Rafael Amaya, Jacqueline Bracamontes and Cristián de la Fuente will be the official hosts of the 2022 ceremony.

Bracamontes took over emcee duties last year. The model also hosted the 2019 ceremony with Eugenio Derbez. The 2020 show was canceled amid the pandemic.

Who is nominated for Latin AMAs this year?

Bad Bunny received a total of 10 nominations, followed by Jhay Cortez with eight. Karol G, J Balvin and Rauw Alejandro earned a total of seven nominations each.

Additionally, Christian Nodal will be recognized with the Extraordinary Evolution award and Lupita D’Alessio will receive the Legend Award.

Below are the nominees for some of the more high-profile awards.

Artist of the Year

  • Bad Bunny
  • Camilo
  • Eslabon Armado
  • Farruko
  • J Balvin
  • Jhay Cortez
  • Karol G
  • Myke Towers
  • Ozuna
  • Rauw Alejandro

Song of the Year

  • Bad Bunny & Jhay Cortez — “Dákiti”
  • Farruko — “Pepas”
  • J Balvin & Skrillex — “In Da Getto”
  • Kali Uchis — “Telepatía”
  • Rauw Alejandro — “Todo De Ti”

Album of the Year

  • Bad Bunny — El Último Tour del Mundo
  • Eslabon Armado — Corta Venas
  • Karol G — KG0516
  • Rauw Alejandro — Vice Versa

Who is performing at the Latin AMAs?

The first round of performers announced were Adriel Favela, Black Eyed Peas, Boza, Calibre 50, Chiquis, Christian Nodal, Esteman, Gerardo Ortiz, Gloria Trevi, Jesse & Joy, Jhay Cortez, Lit Killah, Los Ángeles Azules, Lupita D’Alessio, María Becerra, Nicki Nicole, Ozuna, Sofía Reyes and Tiago PZK.

CNCO, Emilia, Farruko, Gera MX, Goyo, Luis Fonsi, Prince Royce and Reik were the second group of artists announced.

Who is presenting at the Latin AMAs?

Adamari López, Akim, Alicia Machado, Andrea Meza, César Millán, Cristina Eustace, Giselle Blondet, Grupo Firme, Héctor Sandarti, Jimena Gállego, Joel DELEÕN, José Luis Rodríguez El Puma, Julio Vaqueiro, Lenin Ramírez, Luis Vazquez, Mariah Angeliq, Mario Cimarro, Myrka Dellanos, Don René Camacho and Sofia Castro are the presenters of the night.