The nominees for the 63rd Grammy Awards are in and it's a huge year for women in music, with Beyonce, Taylor Swift and Dua Lipa leading the nomination list. We've put together a roundup of the nominees who are heading out on tour in 2021 below. Check out the full list of nominations and categories here.
Nominated for: Record of the Year, Album of the Year, Best pop vocal album, Song of the Year, Best Pop Solo Performance, Best Pop Duo/Group Performance
It's been a big year for the British star, who, after the release of her Disco inspired album, 'Future Nostalgia', has been nominated for an incredible six awards!
Don't miss the chance to see the singer live next year when she heads out to arena's across the UK.
Nominated for: Album of the Year, Best Rock Performance
The trio released their third studio album, 'Women in Music Pt. III' earlier this year to massive success. The album spawned the catchy single, 'The Steps' which is also up for 'Best Rock Performance' at this year's award - a category where for the first time only female and female-fronted acts are nominated! The band are performing at venues across the country next year and are even playing an outdoor show at Millennium Square, Leeds too!
Nominated for: Best Pop Solo Performance, Best Pop Vocal Album, Best Music Video
Since venturing solo after his huge success with One Direction, Harry Styles has gone from strength to strength with two number one albums - including his latest 'Fine Line' - and three top ten singles. As his 2021 tour is currently sold out, click the link and join the waiting list.
Nominated for: Best progressive R&B album
The singer songwriter's fourth studio album, 'It Is What It Is' was released this year and features guest appearances from Childish Gambino, Ty Dolla Sign and Mac Miller who the album is dedicated to.
Grab tickets to his shows in Manchester and London in May next year.
Nominated for: Best pop duo/group performance
Nominated for: Best Rock Album
The Irish post-punk band have been nominated for an award for their latest album, 'A Hero's Death'. The album has spawned the singles, 'A Hero's Death', 'I Don't Belong' and 'Televised Mind' and entered the UK albums chart at number two!
With some dates sold out, you better be quick and grab tickets if you want to see the boys live on tour next year!
Nominated for: Best Rock Album
The singer-songwriter has been nominated for his remarkable latest album, 'Kiwanuka'. It is the third studio album from the soulful singer-songwriter and the nomination comes as little surprise, with The Guardian describing it as 'one of the greatest albums of the decade'. Don't miss out on seeing him live next year!
Nominated for: Best Alternative Album
Nominated for best alternative album - 'Hyperspace' is the fourteenth studio album by the American musician. NME said of the album, 'Beck takes on a new cosmic identity with aplomb, roping in Pharrell to achieve pop minimalism that proves there's no sound he can't excel at'. He's performing at venues in London, Manchester and Edinburgh next July.
Nominated for: Best R&B Performance
The rising star has been nominated for a Grammy for the 'All I Need' by Jacob Collier which she features on alonside Ty Dolla $ign. The R&B and soulstress is performing at 02 Academy Brixton next May with limited tickets available.
Nominated for: Best Country Album
The Country singer-songwriter has been nominated for her fourth album, 'Never Will' which was released earlier this year. She'll be performing at various venues throughout the UK next year, so you can catch her live!
Nominated for: Album of the Year, Record of the Year, Best American Roots Performance
The American psychedelic soul duo have been nominated for three awards this year, including for 'Record of the Year' with their song 'Colors'. They're heading out on tour next year so don't miss the chance to see them live.
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