New York’s Madison Square Garden will be filled with stars on Music’s Biggest Night. As always, the Grammys seating chart is an intriguing peek at one of the year’s most anticipated shows and this year is no exception.
It looks like music royalty will be front and center this year, with JAY-Z and Beyoncé taking over the front row. Next to Hov, who leads all nominees this year with eight, will be his 4:44 producer No I.D. and Roc Nation affiliate Nick Jonas. Jigga’s “Empire State of Mind” co-star Alicia Keys will be in the row behind him, a few seats away from Sting.
“LOVE.” will also be in the air at the Grammys. Collaborators Kendrick Lamar and Rihanna will be seated in front of each other, while Bruno Mars, Kesha, and Alessia Cara fill out the seats around them.
Bad Boy will be in the building. Diddy has a front row seat, near comedian Jerry Seinfeld, NFL star Victor Cruz, and singer Kelly Clarkson. John Legend and Chrissy Teigen will be a few rows behind them, along with Migos, Cardi B, Lil Uzi Vert, and 6LACK, among others.
Meanwhile, GoldLink will see money all around him. The “Crew” of stars in his section of The Garden includes Khalid, Hailee Seinfeld, Lang Lang, and more.
The stars will have a jam-packed show to enjoy. Kendrick, Dave Chappelle, and U2 are expected to kick off the night’s festivities, before sets from Bruno, Cardi, SZA, Alessia, Khalid, Logic, Lady Gaga, Childish Gambino, Sam Smith, Elton John, and Miley Cyrus.
Hosted by James Corden, the 60th Annual Grammy Awards will air live on Sunday, Jan. 28, at 8 p.m. on CBS.