Where To Watch The 2022 ARIA Awards

It's the music industry's night of nights.
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Delta Goodrem performing at the 2020 ARIA Awards.

The ARIA Awards are back, with the 36th event happening Thursday night at Sydney’s Horden Pavilion, honouring the top performers in the Australian (and international) music industry.

Here’s everything you need to know, including who’s up for the awards and where to watch.

Who’s nominated for an ARIA Award this year?

Album of the Year nominees

  • Amyl & The Sniffers (Comfort To Me)
  • Baker Boy (Gela)
  • Gang Of Youths
  • (Angel In Realtime)
  • King Stringray (King Stringray)
  • Rufus Du Sol (Surrender)

Solo Artist of the Year nominees

  • Baker Boy
  • Budjerah
  • Courtney Barnett
  • Daniel Johns
  • Flume
  • Julia Jacklin
  • Ruel
  • The Kid Laroi
  • Thelma Plum
  • Vance Joy

Best Group nominees

  • Amyl & The Sniffers
  • Gang Of Youths
  • King Stringray
  • Midnight Oil
  • Rufus Du Sol

Breakthrough Artist nominees

  • Beddy Rays
  • Bella Taylor Smith
  • Harvey Sutherland
  • King Stringray
  • Luude
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Delta Goodrem performing at the 2020 ARIA Awards. (Credit: Getty)

Where to watch the 2022 ARIA Awards

It all kicks off on Thursday night. The pre-show will be airing on Channel 9 at 6pm, with the ARIA Awards themselves airing from 7.30pm.

“The 9Network are thrilled to welcome back this year’s broadcast of the ARIA Music Awards,” Nine’s director of programming, Hamish Turner, said.

“Australian music’s night of nights will once again host a live audience to enjoy brilliant performances from some of the biggest names in the industry. We are excited to honour and celebrate the incredible talent that makes the Australian music industry one of the best in the world.”

Former Wiggle Emma Watkins arrives at the 2022 ARIA Awards. (Credit: Getty)

Who’s hosting the 2022 ARIA Awards?

The 2022 awards will be hosted by Natalie Imbruglia, herself an eight-time ARIA Award winner. She’s be joined by singer / songwriter / drummer G Flip, as well as ARIA Award winner Ruel.

Nine entertainment presenter Brooke Boney will be hosting the pre-show.

Who’s performing?

Some of Australia’s most exciting musical talent will be performing this year, including Baker Boy, Dami Im, Flume, Jessica Mauboy, Tones and I and Vance Joy.

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