The Australian Recording Industry Association (ARIA) has announced that the 2022 ARIA Awards in partnership with YouTube will return on Thursday, November 24, to be broadcast across Australia on the Nine Network and broadcast to the rest of the world on YouTube.
The 2022 ARIA Awards will be held at Sydney’s iconic live music venue, The Hordern Pavilion on Gadigal Land, and will be available for live and free viewing on Channel Nine and 9Now across Australia. Nine are proud to be back together with local artists and the Australian music community this year.
The ARIA Awards are celebrating their fourth year in partnership with YouTube, proudly showcasing the achievements of Australian music worldwide, and last year’s awards garnered more than 1.7 million views on YouTube. Following the return of the ARIA Awards 2022 as a personal event, YouTube will be broadcasting live on the red carpet, providing access to all the excitement before the show.
CEO of ARIA, Annabel Herd, said: “In 2022, we are very excited to bring the ARIA Awards back to a full-scale television event full of performances, glamor and glamor that Australian music fans know and love. Nine has been a fantastic partner of ARIA for 6 years, as have YouTube and Destination NSW. With their support, we can continue to create opportunities for Australian music to be heard in all its forms by all who create it. We can’t wait to live on November 24 and personally host the sensational show at The Hordern in Sydney ”.
Melanie Silva, the managing director of Google Australia on behalf of YouTube said: “We are back! YouTube is happy to partner with ARIA for the fourth year to support, cover and celebrate the Australian music industry and amazing local artists. YouTube is a place where you can go from making music videos in your bedroom to booking a world tour – and although the last couple of years have included making more music at home than usual, we can’t wait to help bring Australian artists back to the world stage. through a broadcast of the ARIA Awards directly from the iconic Hordern Pavilion in November this year. For the first time, we will also present the audience with all the glamor and excitement of the red carpet live on YouTube.
9 Now and program director, Hamish Turner, said: “Nine are happy to welcome this year’s broadcast of the ARIA Awards. The Night of Australian Music Night again welcomes a live audience to enjoy brilliant performances from some of the industry’s biggest names. We are delighted to honor and celebrate the incredible talent that makes the Australian music industry one of the best in the world. ”
There have been many successes in Australia over the last 12 months, with more than 67 Australian releases hitting the top 10 on ARIA album tableand 13 Australian albums that topped the charts.