The 63rd Annual GRAMMY Awards are finally happening after the ceremony was bumped from its original January 31 date to March 14. With the GRAMMYs quickly approaching, it’s clear that the show will be worth the wait. The performance lineup is full of iconic performers.

Among the artists confirmed for the 2021 GRAMMYs are BTS, Taylor Swift, and Cardi B. Whether you’re hoping for some folklore feels, “Dynamite” moves, or TikTok-inspired “Up” moves, there’s going to be a lot to look forward to in these performances.

The Recording Academy also announced thatΒ Bad Bunny,Β Black PumasΒ Brandi Carlile,Β DaBaby,Β Doja Cat,Β Billie Eilish,Β Mickey Guyton,Β Haim,Β Brittany Howard,Β Miranda Lambert,Β Lil Baby,Β Dua Lipa,Β Chris Martin,Β John Mayer,Β Megan Thee Stallion,Β Maren Morris,Β Post Malone,Β Roddy Ricch,Β and Harry Styles will be performing.

The GRAMMY Awards will follow a week of events including a Women in the Mix virtual celebration of women’s contributions to music at 5pm PT/ 8pm ET on Monday, March 8 which is International Women’s Day, the inaugural Black Music Collective Grammy Week Celebration highlighting Black contributions to the music industry on March 10, and a MusiCares “Music on a Mission” virtual concert and fundraiser (Get tickets here.) on March 12.

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