List of Latin Grammy Award ceremony locations
This is a list of Latin Grammy Award ceremony venues and locations. Unlike the Grammy Awards which are usually held in Los Angeles, the Latin Grammys have been held in different cities more often, however it had been taking place in Las Vegas since 2009. In 2003 the Latin Grammy Awards took place at the American Airlines Arena in Miami, marking the first time the show took place outside Los Angeles. The last time the show took place in Los Angeles was in 2005. The Latin Grammy Awards have been held in five different cities throughout its seventeen year history. The show has never been held outside of the United States.
Host cities and venues
- a - Ceremony was originally set to take place on September 11 at the Shrine Auditorium but were canceled due to the terrorist attacks earlier that day; winners were announced at a later press conference at the Conga Room the following month.
- b - Awards in the Brazilian Field were presented at Auditório Ibirapuera in São Paulo, Brazil.
Most Frequent Venues
The Mandalay Bay Events Center in Las Vegas has hosted six telecasts.
|Venue||Mandalay Bay Events Center||MGM Grand Garden Arena, Shrine Auditorium||American Airlines Arena, Conga Room, Dolby Theatre, Madison Square Garden, Staples Center, Toyota Center, T-Mobile Arena|
|Number of Telecasts||6||2||1|
Most Frequent Host Cities
Las Vegas has hosted the Latin Grammy Awards nine times. Los Angeles has served as host five times.
|Venue||Las Vegas||Los Angeles||Houston, Miami, New York|
|Number of Telecasts||9||5||1|
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