BRIT Awards 2019: This year's host, date, trophy and how to get tickets
26 November 2018, 11:07
The BRIT Awards are the biggest night in music and this year's ceremony looks set to be a smash! We've got everything you need to know about the BRITs host, date, trophy and how to buy tickets to the show at London's The O2.
When are the BRIT Awards 2019?
The BRIT Awards 2019 will be held on February 20th 2019 and will take place at The O2 in London. As ever, you'll be able to watch the ceremony live on ITV.
Who's hosting the BRIT Awards 2019?
Jack Whitehall has confirmed he's returning to host this year's BRITs.
The comedian and actor revealed the news in a video on Twitter, saying: "I'm Jack Whitehall and I'm delighted to announce that I've been asked back to host the BRITs in 2019."
👀 Guess who's back... #BRITs @jackwhitehall pic.twitter.com/lRC6t9yGBP— BRIT Awards (@BRITs) November 25, 2018
How to buy tickets to the BRIT Awards 2019?
If you have a Mastercard, you can buy tickets from Tuesday 4th December 2018. There's an exclusive priority booking period just for Mastercard card holders until Thursday 20th December 2018 before tickets go on sale to everyone else.
Who has designed the BRIT Awards 2019 trophy?
British-Ghanaian architect Sir David Adjaye OBE has designed this year's BRITs statue. The trophy has been produced in partnership with glassmaking and design company, Lasvit.
The BRIT Awards trophy is designed by a different creative each year. Sir Anish Kapoor designed the 2018 statue and the late Dame Zaha Hadid was responsible for 2017's award.
Who is performing at the BRIT Awards 2019?
The organisers have remained tight-lipped about who's performing at this year's awards so far. Last year's performers included Justin Timberlake, Dua Lipa, Ed Sheeran, Foo Fighters, Liam Gallagher and Stormzy.
What are the nominations for the BRIT Awards 2019?
We're going to have to wait a little longer to find that out as last year's nominations weren't announced until January 13th.
But we do know that twelve awards will be given out on the night, including the big one for British Album of the Year.