BRIT Awards 2017
BRIT Awards 2017
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The countdown to the biggest and most exciting night in British music begins today as The BRIT Awards 2017 with Mastercard announce their new plans for 2017 nominations launch TV show.
In BRIT Award news and a BRITs first, the full nominations for 2017 will be announced live on a primetime weekend TV slot, featuring special performances on ITV on Saturday 14th January. This prestigious newly created slot for the nominations gives a huge platform to British music on mainstream TV. Alongside categories including British Single and British Group, the contenders for the BRITs’ biggest award, the Mastercard British Album of the Year, will be revealed.
2017 will celebrate the Awards 37th show since its debut year in 1977 (which was followed by a short break of a couple of years). The BRIT Awards have established themselves as a global music institution that annually celebrates UK chart and commercial successes. This year (2016) The BRITs celebrated an incredible night in British music with Adele picking up four Awards as well as giving a show stopping performance. The Awards raised an incredible £265k for Nordoff-Robbins Music Therapy and The BRIT Trust from Google Play live performance downloads and streams from the ceremony. The BRIT Awards annually raises funds for The BRIT Trust charity, whose main beneficiaries are the BRIT School for Performing Arts & Technology, Nordoff-Robbins Music Therapy and other selected charities. To date, over £16.8million has been raised for The BRIT Trust charity.
More exciting news on The BRIT Awards 2017, including statue design details and further performance information, will be announced in the coming weeks.
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