The Grammys are gearing up to bring the awards season to a close with a bang.

A star-studded homage to the late Stephen Sondheim, as well as the possibility that breakthrough pop sensation Olivia Rodrigo could enter an exclusive club of Grammy winners, are expected to be the highlights of Sunday’s event in Las Vegas.

The COVID-19 outbreak forced the Grammys to be postponed by more than two months. The ceremony was shifted to a unique spot after the Oscars, making it the season’s final high-profile award show. 

In the ceremony’s first-ever performance in Sin City, Recording Academy President Harvey Mason Jr. promised an “unforgettable” evening with big-name artists that mixes the “magic” of the Grammys with “the grandeur of Las Vegas.”

All you need to know about the 64th Grammy award:

Where to watch?

This year’s Grammy Awards will be live-streamed from the MGM Grand Garden Arena on the Las Vegas Strip, starting at 8 p.m. PST.

The main event will be aired on CBS, as well as the Paramount+ streaming service.

The E! Network’s live red carpet presentation, which begins at 6 p.m. PST, will highlight the appearances of nominees and other celebrities.

Who will be hosting the show?

Trevor Noah, the star of Comedy Central’s ‘The Daily Show,’ will be hosting the Grammys for the second time after garnering chuckles at last year’s socially distant Los Angeles gala with outdoor stages.

Who is Nominated?

Rodrigo’s angst-filled pop-punk first album “Sour” garnered four top-ten successes, and her breakthrough single “Driver’s License” could put her on the fast track to Grammy history. The 19-year-old singer-songwriter is the only artist nominated for all four Grammys in 2022. Rodrigo is also up for the award for the best new artist.

Billie Ellish’s “Happier Than Ever” has been nominated for album of the year, and the title track has been nominated for record and song of the year.

Lady Gaga, 36, and Tony Bennett, 95, are nominated for five Grammys for their collaboration album “Love for Sale,” a tribute to legendary lyricist Cole Porter.

With 11 nominations, Jon Batiste, the bandleader on CBS’ “The Late Show with Stephen Colbert,” tops all artists, including album of the year for “We Are” and record of the year for “Freedom.”

Who is performing?

Rodrigo, Eilish, rappers Lil Nas X, and Jack Harlow, and Korean pop sensations BTS are set to perform.

The ceremony will be opened by the R&B combo Silk Sonic, which includes Bruno Mars and Anderson. Paak, as well as performances by J Balvin, Carrie Underwood, Batiste, and Brooklyn-born Nas.

During the “In Memoriam” segment, “West Side Story” star Rachel Zegler and Tony winners Leslie Odom Jr., Cynthia Erivo, and Ben Platt will play songs by Sondheim, the legendary lyricist and composer who died last year.