The 35th Premios Lo Nuestro will be held in Miami
The ceremony will take place on Feb. 23, and will be broadcast live from Miami-Dade Arena.
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Premios Lo Nuestro is the longest-running Latin music awards program in the world, and this year's theme will be "El mundo es lo nuestro" ("The world is ours"), the organization announced in a recent press release.
The event's pre-show, called the "Night of the Stars," will kick off the Premios Lo Nuestro gala, which features the biggest names in Latin entertainment under one roof to honor the musical legacy every year.
"Viewers will be taken on an epic musical journey with memorable moments from a fantastic lineup of artists who represent the music of yesterday, today and tomorrow," organizers announced.
Nominees for this year's awards will be announced on Monday, Jan. 23 on Univision's Despierta America and also via the official Premio Lo Nuestro Instagram account. Fans will have the power to vote for the winners.
Through their social media, the awards announced that there is only one week left before the 2023 nominees are announced. In response, followers of different Latin artists such as CNCO, Camilo, Kimberly Loaiza and Andreina Bravo commented that they hope to see their artists on the list.
The most-anticipated award for all artists is the "Premio Lo Nuestro a la Excelencia," which has previously been awarded to iconic figures such as Juan Gabriel, Celia Cruz, Ricky Martin, Luis Miguel, Alejandro Sanz, Vicente Fernández, Juan Luis Guerra and Marc Anthony, among others.
Premios Lo Nuestro began in 1989 as a global platform for Hispanic artists in different areas ,such as music, culture and fashion. Today it recognizes genres such as pop, regional Mexican and tropical, among others.