Here’s Exactly When and Where to Tune in to the 36th Annual ARIA Awards

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The day is finally here. The 36th ARIA Awards is set to air tonight and will celebrate the very best in music from Australia and around the world.

Taking place at The Hordern Pavilion, Sydney, the ceremony will see the nation’s biggest stars dress to the nines to attend music’s night of nights.

The awards will be hosted by eight-time ARIA Award winner Natalie Imbruglia alongside Australian singer, songwriter and drummer G-Flip, and ARIA Award winner Ruel.

Throughout the night, viewers will get to see performances by Baker Boy, Dami Im, Flume, Jessica Mauboy, Tones and I, Vance Joy and many more.

There will also be a tribute to the late Olivia Newton-John, with Imbruglia performing a rendition of her greatest hits such as Hopelessly Devoted To You and Xanadu.

Rüfüs Du Sol has dominated the nominations this year, with their name popping up in seven categories, followed by Amyl and the Sniffers and Flume.

The band won best group and best dance song for their track Alive at last year’s awards, with the same song earning them a Grammy.

Rüfüs Du Sol is up for album of the year for their latest record, Surrender, and their song On My Knees is nominated for best pop release.

Melbourne punk band Amyl and the Sniffers have received six nods, and are competing with Rüfüs Du Sol for album of the year, best group and best rock album.

Flume, who has won 12 ARIA Awards so far, has also been nominated in six categories this year, while Baker Boy, Vance Joy and Kid LAROI each follow closely behind with five nominations.

In previous years, megastars such as Taylor Swift and Dua Lipa have been in attendance, so it will be interesting to see who shows up this year.

What Does ARIA Stand For?

Before tuning in, it’s important to know exactly what the term means. ARIA is an abbreviation for the Australian Recording Industry Association, and the ceremony takes place annually.

Where Can You Watch the ARIA Awards?

The ARIA Awards will be available to watch on Channel 9 and 9Now on Thursday, November 24 from 7.30pm.

The red carpet will be live-streamed on YouTube from 4pm AEDT, and Nine’s entertainment presenter Brooke Boney will host the pre-show from 6pm AEDT on 9Now.

Check back on POPSUGAR Australia tonight to read our live coverage of the 36th ARIA Awards, including the best red carpet moments and the full list of winners.

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