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Grammy Week 2024: Jordin Sparks, Jelly Roll, Kylie Minogue & More Stars at Events

It’s Music’s Biggest Week, haven’t you heard? As the 66th Grammy Awards draw nearer (Feb. 4), the stars have descended upon Los Angeles for a week jam-packed with events, galas, panels and performances in celebration of Music’s Biggest Night.

This year, SZA leads all nominees with nine nods for her 10-week Billboard 200 No. 1 album SOS. That record boasts the Billboard Hot 100 No. 1 hit “Kill Bill” — up for record and song of the year — as well as additional Grammy-nominated top 10 hit “Snooze” (No. 2). R&B breakout star Victoria Monét, Boygenius member Phoebe Bridgers and engineer/mixer Serban Ghenea tie for the second-most nominations of the night with seven each. All three artists are up for record of the year for “On My Mama,” “Not Strong Enough” and “Worship,” respectively. Finally, seven additional artists racked up six nods each: Taylor Swift, Jack Antonoff, Olivia Rodrigo, Billie Eilish, Miley Cyrus, Jon Batiste and Brandy Clark.

So far, a genre-spanning spread of performers has been announced for Sunday night’s telecast, including Eilish, Rodrigo, SZA, Billy Joel, Burna Boy, Dua Lipa, Luke Combs, Travis Scott, U2 and Joni Mitchell in her debut Grammy performance. In addition, this year’s lifetime achievement honorees include, Donna Summer, Gladys Knight, Laurie Anderson, N.W.A, Tammy Wynette and The Clark Sisters.

From Coco Jones‘ illuminating conversation with Billboard’s Gail Mitchell at the Grammy Museum L.A. Live on Jan. 29 to James Fauntleroy‘s address at the Grammy Week 1500 Sound Academy Panel that same day, see photos from across every star-studded Grammy Week event so you can keep track of where your favorite celebs are celebrating.

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