How to watch tonight's Grammy Awards 2024 online from anywhere

How to watch the Grammy Awards 2024 online from anywhere
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How to watch Grammys 2024 live

Date: Sunday, February 4
Time: 5pm PT / 8pm ET /1am BST
US live streams: Paramount+ / CBS
Outside the US: Express VPN

The 66th annual Grammy Awards will take place tonight (Sunday, February 4) at the Arena in Los Angeles - and along with live performances from U2, Joni Mitchell and Billy Joel, the worlds of rock, metal and alternative are well represented.

The show will be broadcast on CBS and live and on demand through Paramount+ with Showtime, and on demand on Monday for Paramount+ Essential subscribers in the US. Even if you’re out of the country on holiday, you’ll still be able to stream the event live through a VPN.

The Grammy Awards 2024 will be another epic show, with a total of 94 categories spread across 11 fields, covering everything from rock, pop and metal, to classical, jazz, R&B and rap.

To give you a flavour of what to expect, the Best Rock Performance category sees artists including Foo Fighters and Metallica go head to head, while Best Metal Performance features Disturbed’s Bad Man, Ghost’s Phantom Of The Opera, Metallica’s 72 Seasons, Slipknot’s Hive Mind and Spiritbox’s: Jaded.

Elsewhere the Rolling Stones, Queens Of The Stone Age, Foo Fighters and Boygenius will duke it out for Best Rock Song, while the Best Rock Album shortlist features Foo Fighters’ But Here We Are, Greta Van Fleet’s Starcatcher, Metallica’s 72 Seasons, Paramore’s This Is Why and Queens Of The Stone Age's: In Times New Roman….

Other artists up for an award on the night include Arctic Monkeys, Paramore, Gorillaz, PJ Harvey, while the animated video for The Beatles I’m Only Sleeping is included in the Best Music Video category.

Head over to the Grammys website for a full lists of this year's categories and nominees.

How to watch the 2024 Grammy Awards in the US


The 2024 Grammys will be broadcast in the US tonight (February 4) exclusively through CBS and Paramount+ at 5pm PT/8pm ET/1am BST.

If you're on holiday outside of the US and don't want to miss the broadcast, you can watch it live or on-demand with the help of a VPN. Find details below.

How to watch the 2024 Grammy Awards anywhere

If you're currently travelling outside the US and don't want to miss out on watching the Grammy Awards 2024 live, you can watch through a VPN.

Virtual Private Networks are used to change the location of your IP address, enabling you to watch the three-part docu-series outside of the US. Express VPN is our service of choice and it's available with a 30-day trial.

It’s also worth pointing out that you can watch the Premiere Ceremony live on the Recording Academy’s YouTube page from 3.30pm PT/12.30pm PT/7.30am BST and catch all the build-up on the same page from 6pm PT/3pm ET/10am BST.

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How to use a VPN

1. Install a VPN. As we've mentioned above, ExpressVPN is Louder's favourite.

2. Choose the location you wish to connect to in the VPN. If you're currently in the UK on holiday and want to watch this year's Grammys, just select 'US' from the list.

3. Turn the volume up and relax. You're all set to watch the whole evening's entertainment.

Can I watch in the UK or Australia?

It's not clear if the Grammy Awards 2024 will be streamed live on Paramount+ in Australia or the UK. However, if you are a traveling outside of the US right now, don't forget that you can use a VPN to watch from anywhere.

Scott Munro
Louder e-commerce editor

Scott has spent 35 years in newspapers, magazines and online as an editor, production editor, sub-editor, designer, writer and reviewer. Scott joined our news desk in the summer of 2014 before moving to the e-commerce team in 2020. Scott keeps Louder’s buyer’s guides up to date, writes about the best deals for music fans, keeps on top of the latest tech releases and reviews headphones, speakers, earplugs and more. Over the last 10 years, Scott has written more than 11,000 articles across Louder, Classic Rock, Metal Hammer and Prog. He's previously written for publications including IGN, the Sunday Mirror, Daily Record and The Herald newspapers, covering everything from daily news and weekly features, to tech reviews, video games, travel and whisky. Scott's favourite bands are Fields Of The Nephilim, The Cure, New Model Army, All About Eve, The Mission, Cocteau Twins, Drab Majesty, Marillion and Rush.