The 2017 Grammys are set to air this weekend — here is everything you need to know about the biggest night in music.
When can I watch?
The Grammys will air on Sunday, Feb. 12 at 8 p.m. ET / 5 p.m. PT on CBS.
How can I watch?
The Grammy Awards will be broadcast live from the Staples Center in Los Angeles on CBS and live streamed online here.
Who is hosting?
"The Late Late Show" host James Corden.
Who is nominated?
Beyonce became the most-nominated female artist in Grammy award history with nine nominations this year, followed closely by Drake, Rihanna and Kanye West with eight nominations each.
Adele is also up for three awards with her hit "Hello" and album "25" and has a total of five nominations.
Who is performing?
- Travis Barker, Chuck D, LL Cool J, Tom Morello, and DJ Z-Trip
- Dierks Bentley and Miranda Lambert
- The Black Keys
- Zac Brown, T Bone Burnett (as musical director), Alabama Shakes' Brittany Howard, Elton John, Mumford & Sons, and Mavis Staples, who will pay tribute to the late Levon Helm of the Band
- Stanley Clarke, Chick Corea and Kenny Garrett in tribute to Dave Brubeck
- Kelly Clarkson
- Dr. John and the Preservation Hall Jazz Band with the Black Keys
- Elton John with Ed Sheeran, performing together live for the first time
- Alicia Keys and Maroon 5
- The Lumineers
- Bruno Mars, Rihanna, and Sting
- Miguel and Wiz Khalifa
- Mumford & Sons
- Frank Ocean
- Taylor Swift
- Justin Timberlake
- Carrie Underwood
- Jack White
What are the musical tributes?
Prince and George Michael will be honored at the Grammy Awards on Sunday with separate tributes, but organizers did not say on Wednesday which musicians will perform them.
-Reuters contributed to this report