The 37th annual ARIA Awards have arrived with Australian music’s biggest night of the year being shown live on Channel Nine and 9Now on Wednesday, November 15 at 7:30 pm.
Held at The Hordern Pavillion in Sydney, the awards will be hosted by Brooke Boney alongside comedian and radio host Tommy Little. The awards are a celebration of the year that was in Australian music, showcasing the talents of the best in the Aussie music community.
The awards will feature performances from some of the year’s nominees including, G Flip, Budjerah, DMA’s, Brad Cox, Fanny Lumsden, Jessica Mauboy, Meg Mac and Peach PRC.
Celebrating 50 years of Hip Hop in Australia, there will also be a special performance presentation by Bliss n Eso, Barkaa, 1200 Techniques, DJ Krissy and Sound Unlimited Posse featuring Kye. 2023’s ARIA Hall of Fame inductees, Jet, will also perform a medley of their songs to close out the ceremony.
Throughout the night, recognisable names will present awards across 29 categories, including Troye Sivan, Dolly Parton, Baker Boy, Claudia Karvan, Dylan Alcott, Marcia Hines, Cub Sport, Dermot Kennedy, Jack River, Jessica Mauboy, Joel Corry, Kate Ceberano, Pia Miranda, Thelma Plum, Poppy Reid, Smallzy, Hau Latukefu and Triple J’s Bryce & Concetta.
9Network’s Director of Programming and 9Now, Hamish Turner: “The 9Network are excited to again be broadcasting the ARIA Awards, showcasing its brilliant performances and awarding some of the biggest and best names in the industry. We are excited to celebrate and honour the incredible talents of the Australian music industry.”
The full lineup of presenters and music acts can be found here.
The 2023 ARIA Awards starts at 7:30 pm AEDT on Wednesday, November 15 on Channel Nine and 9Now.