More than 25 artists are confirmed to take center stage at the 2023 Billboard Latin Music Awards, set to air live Thursday, Oct. 5 on Telemundo.
Bad Bunny—a 15-time finalist, including artist of the year, tour of the year, and top Latin albums artist of the year, male—is one of the most recent acts to confirm his participation at the awards show. Bunny, who released singles “un x100to” with Grupo Frontera, “Where She Goes,” and “Un Preview” this year, is set to make a surprising worldwide TV premiere.
Other performers the audience can expect to see live are El Alfa, TINI, Nicki Nicole, Manuel Turizo, Farruko, Myke Towers, Marc Anthony, Olga Tañon, Sofia Reyes, and Peso Pluma, who leads this year’s awards show as a 21-time finalist across 15 categories, including artist of the year and artist of the year, new.
In addition to the promising star-studded lineup, a couple of special awards will be presented: Mexican cumbia group Los Ángeles Azules will receive the Billboard Artistic Trajectory Award; Puerto Rican reggaeton star Ivy Queen will receive the Billboard Icon Award; and Colombian sensation Karol G will receive the Billboard Spirit of Hope Award for the philanthropic work through her foundation, “Con Cora.”
Hosted by Jacqueline Bracamontes and Danilo Carrera, the 2023 Billboard Latin Music Awards will broadcast live on Oct. 5 via Telemundo and will also be simulcast on Universo, Peacock, the Telemundo App, and throughout Latin America and the Caribbean via Telemundo Internacional.
Below, check out all the performers and vote for you you’re excited to see:
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