2021 Grammys postponed due to COVID-19 concerns
With a little more than three weeks’ notice, the Grammy Awards have made a last-minute decision to postpone their 2021 show scheduled for January 31, with sources citing concerns over the unrelenting COVID-19 spread around the United States, specifically the Los Angeles area, as the reasoning.
While the award show’s organizers have not officially disclosed the news as well as a new confirmed date, sources claim that the Grammys are currently looking towards a rescheduled night in March. The Grammys had originally detailed a ground plan with no live audience, as well as only allowing presenters or performers in person at the STAPLES Center, although it’s unclear at the time of writing if that will remain intact.
Madeon, Baauer, Disclosure, Diplo and SIDEPIECE, KAYTRANADA, and more will now have to hold on a little while longer to find out whether or not their nominations in the Dance/Electronic field will turn into certified winners.
Via: Rolling Stone