Live Tonight: How to Watch the 2023 Billboard Women in Music Awards

The night that celebrates the highest-achieving women in the music industry is finally here. The Billboard Women in Music Awards ceremony will be held Wednesday night (March 1) at the YouTube Theater at Hollywood Park in Los Angeles, California.

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If you don’t have a seat for the live event, you can tune in anyway. Live streaming at or on Billboard’s YouTube account begins tonight at 10 p.m. Eastern / 7 p.m. Pacific.

For their contributions to the industry and beyond, an array of artists, producers, and executives will be recognized at this year’s event. The 2023 class of artists include Becky G, Doechii, Ivy Queen, Kim Petras, Latto, Lainey Wilson, Lana Del Rey, and TWICE.

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SZA will lead the star-studded list as she is set to be recognized as Billboard’s 2023 Woman of the Year. Becky G will be honored with the Impact Award, Doechii the Rising Star Award, Ivy Queen the Icon Award, Petras the Chartbreaker Award, Latto the Powerhouse Award, Wilson the Rulebreaker Award, Del Rey the Visionary Award, and TWICE the Breakthrough Award. Sylvia Rhone of Epic Records will be named Executive of the Year.

Actress Quinta Brunson is set to host the ceremony. Dove Cameron, Sabrina Carpenter, Chloe Bailey, Coi Leray, and Wondagurl are among the night’s presenters. The event will also include performances from some of the artists being honored, including Becky G, Doechii, Petras, Wilson, and TWICE.

“We’re thrilled to recognize these groundbreaking artists across genres and generations who are defining today’s sound—and paving the way for tomorrow’s women in music,” Billboard Editorial Director Hannah Karp shared. “With the inspiring Quinta Brunson as our host, this year’s Billboard Women in Music Awards is going to be an incredible night.”

Bonnie Raitt, Olivia Rodrigo, Doja Cat, H.E.R., Saweetie, Phoebe Bridgers, and Summer Walker were among last year’s Women in Music honorees.

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