The Brit Awards 2018 with Mastercard
The BRIT Awards with Mastercard, the biggest and most prestigious night in the UK music calendar, has confirmed the date of next year’s awards ceremony as Wednesday 21st February 2018. The 38th BRIT Awards will be broadcast live on ITV and take place for the eighth time at The O2.
Last year’s event, which featured performances from artists including Little Mix, Katy Perry and Robbie Williams as well as a surprise appearance of Stormzy with Ed Sheeran, reached a wider audience than ever before by expanding its digital partnerships to make the biggest night in music even more interactive. With its longest standing UK broadcaster, ITV’s audience across the main show and its launch programme achieved 8.5million in total. There were over 27 million views of BRITs performances on VEVO and YouTube within just one week alone.
The 2017 BRITs raised £567k for the War Child charity from all of the activity around the Awards, including BRITs Week which hosted a series of incredible live shows in the week leading up to the main event through a partnership between the BPI and AEG. Craig David, The 1975, Lianne La Havas and Basement Jaxx played across London helping to raise money for the cause.
For more information on tickets for next year's ceremony, check back soon.
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