Visit the dream places where Grammys are held!
The locations where Grammys have been held has always been prestigious. Especially in the years 1971, the Grammy Awards had its first live telecast and has been telecasted in own sole venue each year after that. It was called “The Best On Record” highlighting the awards dinners in what has aired on TV special annually from 1963 to 1970. In the Non- Televisioned Era the award dinners were held on the same day at the locations – Los Angeles and New York from 1959 to 1961; Chicago, Los Angeles, and New York in 1962–1964; Chicago, Los Angeles, Nashville, and New York in 1965–1970. Once the awards started being televised since 1971, most of the Grammy telecasts have been held in the Staples Center, followed by the Shrine Auditorium. Los Angeles tops as the place hosting the maximum number of Grammy Award telecasts reaching 37, followed by New York hosting it 9 times and Nashville serving once. We bring you the cities and their major attractions, where the Grammys have been previously hosted. So that you can visit these destinations with the class similar to that of Grammys.
Los Angeles, California
This center of television and the nation’s film industry is a southern California city. Fondly known as ‘the city of Golden Angels’, is also one of the largest cities in the United States. Tourists and Visitors come here particularly for the warm climate and beaches apart from the fascinating large Hollywood sign. But there is no much more to LA which includes great museums, fun theme parks and, huge shopping malls and others. Some of the major tourist attractions in Los Angeles include- Universal Studios, Venice Beach, Santa Monica Beach, the Museum of Jurassic Technology and many others. Visitors particularly dream of visiting spots such as Disneyland Park, The Hollywood Walk of Fame, while in LA.
New York City, New York
The sits at the confluence of Hudson River and the Atlantic Ocean, comprising of 5 boroughs. The core of the city lies in Manhattan which is also among the major commercial, financial and cultural centers of the world. The NYC is famed by its skyscrapers such as the Empire State Building and sprawling Central Park. Some of the major attractions of this city which every tourist comes to see include The Empire State Building, The Statue of Liberty, Times Square, Brooklyn Bridge, and a few others. You can also visit many other places apart from these such as Central Park, The Metropolitan Museum of Art, Wall Street, Grand Central Terminal and the list goes on. Everything in the city amazes you with vibrancy and energy, from broadway shows, ethnic enclaves, and shops to the urban buzz of vogue bars and diners. This cosmopolitan modern city houses millions of immigrants is a place like no other.
The city of Chicago has some of the best attractions in the form of museums, skyscrapers and local spots that are worth a visit. Chicago is undoubtedly one of the top cities of the USA and thus has attractions that have to be visited at least once in a lifetime. Skyscrapers like John Hancock Center, the neo-Gothic Tribune Tower, and Willis Tower punctuates the skyline. The museums of the city are also renowned for their noted Impressionist and Post-Impressionist works. Some of the best attractions in the city include the Navy Pier boasting of a Giant Ferris Wheel, a beer garden, and live entertainment, The cloud gate which is a spectacular piece of art, the Millenium Park, riverwalk and many others. History and art enthusiasts will love places like the Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago History Museum, and other places alike.
This capital city of Tennesse is home to legendary country music venues such as Grand Ole Opry House, “Grand Ole Opry”. Also, other attractions such as Country Music Hall of Fame, The Parthenon, a replica of the famous Greek structure highlights the attraction of Nashville as a significant destination for arts and music. Spend a day sightseeing the attractions around such as the Adventure Science Center, especially if you are traveling with kids. Spending some time listening to live music at the honky-tonks on Broadway is one of the best things to do while you are in Nashville. Other attractions that can be covered also include The Jhonny Cash Museum, Ryman Auditorium, Tenessee State Museum and many more.