Gloria Gaynor And Cheap Trick To Headline The 2020 GRAMMY Celebration
Today (Jan. 16), the Recording Academy announced rock legends Cheap Trick and GRAMMY winner Gloria Gaynor as headliners of the exclusive 2020 GRAMMY Celebration, the official after-party honoring this year's winners and nominees of Music's Biggest Night. One of the most anticipated industry events of the year, the 2020 GRAMMY Celebration will take place at the Los Angeles Convention Center immediately following the 62nd GRAMMY Awards on Sunday, Jan. 26. (The 2020 GRAMMY Celebration is a private, ticketed event.)
The 2020 GRAMMY Celebration will also feature a live performance from GRAMMY nominee Sara Gazarek, who's nominated for Best Jazz Vocal Album this year. Michelle Pesce will serve as the evening's DJ.
The Recording Academy will produce the post-telecast 2020 GRAMMY Celebration, overseeing the entertainment, décor and logistics involved in bringing the annual event to life. More than 5,000 after-party guests, including GRAMMY winners, nominees, industry executives and celebrities, will be taken on an exotic trip through North Africa with influences of Casablanca. The event will feature Moorish architectural details and décor, a Moroccan-themed menu and unforgettable live performances.
Guests will indulge in the masterful culinary skills of "Top Chef" winner Joe Flamm, former Executive Chef of Chicago's Michelin-starred Spiaggia and Café Spiaggia, primed to open his debut restaurant in Chicago's Fulton Market District this summer. Flamm, in partnership with Levy Restaurants, has curated an innovative menu to complement the unique theme of this year's GRAMMY Celebration. The menu will feature four North African-inspired food stations inclusive of appetizers, entrees and desserts, all with a modern twist.
Live from STAPLES Center, and hosted by Alicia Keys, the 62nd GRAMMY Awards will be broadcast live in HDTV and 5.1 surround sound on the CBS Television Network Sunday, Jan. 26, 2020, at 8:00 p.m. ET/5:00 p.m. PT.