What time and where to watch the Grammys red carpet

Here is how to catch all the pre-ceremony activities.
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The 66th annual Grammy Awards are being held on Sunday, February 4. Many famous faces have been nominated and could very well win. This includes Taylor Swift, Billie Eilish, and Olivia Rodrigo, among many others. There are 94 Grammy categories in 2024. The broadcast will not show all of them, thankfully, or you will be staying up until the next morning.

But we music fans will be watching because we want to see our favorite artists. The list of performers is still growing, as well as the list of presenters. Trevor Noah will be hosting the Grammys for the fourth time.

There is a chance the red carpet ahead of the ceremony gets watered (pun intended!) down a bit, though. There is a very good chance of rain on Sunday in Los Angeles, California where the Grammy Awards will take place at Crypto.com Arena. Expect a lot of umbrellas on the red carpet. If you are an umbrella designer, now is your chance to get your name out there!

How you can watch the Grammy Awards red carpet

You can watch E! as early as 4 pm ET (1 pm PT) to catch the early action of the red carpet. You might actually catch a few famous faces as well since the Grammy Awards are hosting a premiere ceremony at Peacock Theater at 3:30 pm ET. That means for people who like getting to things early they might show up on time and enjoy the premiere.

The red carpet gets underway in full at 6 pm ET (3 pm PT) on E! You can stream this online if you have a cable subscription. Do this by going to E! online. My guess is that most of the big names will not show up until 7 pm ET, however. No one wants to look desperate, right?

Where to watch the Grammys

The broadcast of the awards themselves will happen on CBS and you can stream this at Paramount+ and on SHOWTIME (you would need a subscription for the last two, however).

There probably will be a bit of the red carpet left so CBS can show what is going on, but there also might be a bunch of the same people you saw on E! previously. Maybe these people will simply give different answers to the same questions. That would at least be interesting.

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