Dates Announced For 2020 and 2021 Grammy Awards

Both shows will take place in January.

Adele [Monty Brinton/CBS]

The 2019 Grammy Awards ceremony does not take place for several months, but CBS and the Recording Academy have already revealed dates for the 2020 and 2021.

In a Tuesday morning press release, the organizations collectively revealed that the 2020 ceremony will air on Sunday, January 26. The 2021 show will air on Sunday, January 31.

In both cases, the ceremony will take place the week before the Super Bowl. This coming year’s show (February 10, 2019) will take place after the big game (as has been the case more often than not over the past two decades).

Like this year’s show, the 2020 and 2021 broadcasts will emanate from Los Angeles.

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