This year’s Grammy Awards look very promising! With disco band ABBA and Beyoncé running for Record of The Year, anything could literally happen. So, if you’re still prepping your Grammys predictions, the best thing to do is to listen to the nominees one more time. But rather than listening to their music on streaming service, why not experience it live? These stunning venues are hosting candlelit concerts of your favourite Grammy Awards nominees, and here is where you can listen to them by candlelight!
1. Listen to Record of the Year Grammy nominee at Butcher’s Hall
Listen to Record of The Year Grammy nominee ABBA at the stunning Butcher’s Hall. At this stunning 17th-century venue, you’ll be able to dance, jive and have the time of your life as you relieve some of ABBA’s anthems. From Dancing Queen to Money, money, money revisit all of the Swedish awesome foursome’s music and remind yourself why they should win this year’s Record of the Year. Butcher Hall’s unique and historic architecture will make you feel as if you were walking down the Grammys’ red carpet.
2. Rock to Album of the Year nominee at St. Mary’s Church
If you are looking to revisit some of this year’s Album of the Year, why not start with the band that has been taking the world by storm? Coldplay! Not only has their Music of the Sphere album been trending on all social media platforms but some of their older anthems too! And now, you can hear some of the British alt-rock band’s anthems surrounded by a sea of candle in one of London’s most stunning venues, St. Mary’s Church. The majestic interior will make for the best Grammys’ performance ever as talented musicians play, note by note, Coldplay’s fan favourites.
3. Groove to Song of the Year nominee at Glaziers’ Hall
Not only has Beyoncé been nominated for Record and Album of the Year but also for Best Song. Now call that the holy trinity! Queen Bey is sweeping the Grammys —and no wonder why— her album is relentlessly perfect. For more than just 16 songs, it’s an immersive experience in itself. But if this album isn’t enough for you, head to Glaziers’ Hall to honour the legacy of this record-breaking singer by candlelight. Enjoy all of her songs, from Crazy In Love to Hold Up, and experience Queen Bey’s anthems more uniquely and intimately with Candlelight. This concert will make the Grammys seem small.
4. Dance to the Best Music Video Grammy nominee at Porchester Hall
BTS continues to achieve great success, as they have earned three nominations for this year’s Grammys. Their song Yet To Come has been nominated for the Best Music Video category. The group has also received two nominations for My Universe, their collaboration with Coldplay. And now you can feel like you’re in the front row watching them at the Grammys at this Candlelight tribute. Light up like dynamite as you listen to renditions of the Korean supergroup like never before!