On Sunday, November 19th the “2023 Billboard Music Awards” (BBMAs) Presented by Marriott Bonvoy will celebrate music’s greatest achievements, honoring the year’s hottest names in music determined by year-end performance metrics on the Billboard charts.
Performances include multi-platinum hitmakers David Guetta and Bebe Rexha, global superstar KAROL G, breakout K-Pop group NewJeans, music icon Mariah Carey, country music superstar Morgan Wallen, música Mexicana singer-songwriter Peso Pluma, K-Pop superstars Stray Kids, and pop sensation Tate McRae.
Queen of Christmas Mariah Carey will also be honored with the Billboard Chart Achievement Award for the unrivaled success of her chart-topping holiday classic “All I Want For Christmas Is You.”
Plus appearances by other music superstars and exclusive moments, including interviews with Jermaine Dupri, Ludacris and T.I., discussing their Billboard chart achievements amidst Hip-Hop’s 50th anniversary.
In a first-of-its-kind collaboration, the BBMAs and Spotify ‘Fans First’ teamed up to identify fans who have consumed the most hours of music over the past year and helped drive their favorite artists to the top spots on the Billboard charts. These fans received a “golden ticket” granting them access to attend a once-in-a-lifetime performance curated by their favorite artists, expressly for the “2023 Billboard Music Awards.”
Music fans can catch their favorite artists starting at 8pm ET/5pm PT on BBMAs.watch:
- 8am – 2pm PT / 11am – 5pm ET – Exclusive Interviews + Behind the Scenes Content
- 2pm to 5pm PT / 5pm – 8pm ET – Select Winner Reveals
- 5pm to 8pm PT – Performances
- 5:00pm PT / 8:00pm ET – KAROL G
- 5:20pm PT / 8:20pm ET – David Guetta x Bebe Rexha
- 5:50pm PT / 8:50pm ET – NewJeans
- 6:10pm PT / 9:10pm ET – Tate McRae
- 6:30pm PT / 9:30pm ET – Peso Pluma
- 6:50pm PT / 9:50pm ET – Mariah Carey
- 7:20pm PT / 10:20pm ET – Stray Kids
- 7:40pm PT / 10:40pm ET – Morgan Wallen
- 8pm PT / 11pm ET: Top Artist Winner Reveal
- 8pm-10pm PT: Celebrating Hip-Hop on the Billboard Charts and How the 2023 Billboard Music Awards Performances Were Made