The Latin Recording Academy Unveils 2024 Calendar Of Events In Spain

After making history by hosting the first Latin Grammys Ceremony outside of the U.S. in November, the Regional Government of Andalucía and the Latin Recording Academy will continue to honor and celebrate Latin music with big events this year.

The Academy announced that Cádiz and Málaga, two cities in the Andalucía region of Spain, will host concerts that will advance the local culture around the world. This year’s calendar of activities kicks off April 13 with the Latin Grammy Celebra: Paco de Lucía, a tribute to the late Spanish flamenco artist who changed the genre. The event will be held at the Gran Teatro Falla and proceeds from the concert will benefit the Latin Grammy Cultural Foundation and Paco de Lucía Scholarship. The second concert will be a new Latin Grammy Session in Málaga on May 16 at La Plaza de Toros, La Malagueta.

Last year, the Regional Government of Andalucía and Latin Grammys struck a deal to have the Latin Grammy Awards ceremony held in Sevilla, Spain, the first time any Grammy Awards show had ever gone outside the States. The three-year pact was to include live shows as well as a series of events leading up to the awards ceremony. The Academy hosted two Latin Grammy Sessions dedicated to flamenco and urban music in Málaga, respectively, before the big show in November.