Details of next year’s BRIT Awards have been announced, with the event set to take place on a Saturday for the first time.
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The party will take place on February 11 at the O2 Arena and will be shown on ITV again for the 30th year.
The award organizers have also announced that Atlantic Records chief executive Damian Christian will take over as chairman of the BRIT committee for 2023.
Commenting on the new date, Christian said: “The BRITs are the biggest night of the year for the UK music industry, and we want as many eyes as possible as we showcase the best and most diverse UK talent. Moving the show to a Saturday will breathe new life into the iconic ceremony, while introducing a new, more engaged audience.
It comes after this year’s event drew its lowest-ever overnight audience, pulling in 2.7 million viewers.
Although this was the lowest in the show’s history, a drop of 2.9 million viewers for the 2021 event, this figure did not count the viewers around the world who broadcast it digitally on YouTube. or the ITV Hub catch-up service.
This year’s event featured performances from Adele, Ed Sheeran, Little Simz, Dave, Liam Gallagher and Sam Fender – plus a surprise appearance from Bring Me The Horizon.
Adele was the big winner of the night, picking up three awards including the coveted Album of the Year for her fourth LP ’30’.
Other winners included Little Simz, who took home Best New Artist, while Wolf Alice took home Best Group after their third album “Blue Weekend.”