The 35th Hispanic Heritage Awards
Actress Stephanie Beatriz will host with musical performances by Carlos Vives, Julieta Venegas, Aymée Nuviola, Boza, Robi and Hector Tellez Jr.
The Hispanic Heritage Awards will be hosted by actress Stephanie Beatriz – widely known for voicing the character of Mirabel Madrigal in Disney’s Oscar-winning 2021 film Encanto, as well as her portrayal of Carla in the motion picture adaption of In The Heights, and as Detective Rosa Diaz in the action-comedy tv series Brooklyn Nine-Nine.
The show will feature intimately filmed segments captured on location across the United States and Latin America, exclusive honoree profiles, and will spotlight special musical guests spanning from established superstars to up-and-coming new voices that will carry the communities’ music into the future.
This year’s musical performances feature multi-Grammy and/or Latin Grammy-winners such as previous Hispanic Heritage Award honoree Carlos Vives, beloved Mexican singer-songwriter Julieta Venegas, and one of Cuba’s leading Timba/tropical music ambassadors, Aymée Nuviola. Up-and-coming voices include Platinum-certified Panamanian Urban singer-songwriter Boza, Interscope-signed rising Puerto Rican star Robi, and the first national TV performance of Cuban-raised, and now Nashville-based rock guitarist and singer Hector Tellez Jr.
Honorees that have already been announced include Legend Award-winner Daddy Yankee, Vision Award-winner Victoria Alonso, Inspira Award-winner Ariana DeBose, Arts Award Winner Los Lobos, STEM Award-winner Olga Custodio, and Entrepreneurship Award-winners Alejandro Velez and Nikhil Arora.