For the fourth consecutive year, the charismatic and Emmy-winning comedian, actor, and author, Trevor Noah, is back to host the 2024 GRAMMY Awards. His return to the GRAMMY stage marks yet another exciting chapter in the celebration of Music’s Biggest Night.
Having previously hosted the GRAMMY Awards in 2021, 2022, and 2023, Trevor Noah’s hosting prowess has become synonymous with the prestigious event. The Recording Academy, in collaboration with CBS, has once again enlisted Noah to guide viewers through an evening filled with musical brilliance, anticipation, and memorable moments.
No stranger to the world stage, Trevor Noah’s ability to seamlessly blend humor with insightful commentary has earned him acclaim and a dedicated global fanbase. His recurring presence at the GRAMMYs underscores the trust and admiration bestowed upon him by the music industry and audiences alike.
Scheduled to take place on Sunday, February 4, at the Crypto.com Arena in Los Angeles, the 66th GRAMMY Awards will be a live spectacle accessible to viewers worldwide through a combination of live television broadcasts and streaming options.