Everything You Need To Know About The 2023 Billboard Women In Music Awards!

Billboard is back for the 2023 Women In Music Awards; here’s what you should know!

The Billboard Women in Music Awards are returning on March 1 to highlight women in the music industry. The event will take place at the Youtube Theater in Los Angeles, California, and will be live streamed for those who cannot attend.

Actress Quinta Brunson, who recently won a Golden Globe for her performance in the popular show, Abbott Elementary, will be hosting this year’s Billboard Women in Music Awards. 

While Woman of the Year has not been announced, this is what we do know: Becky G, who is performing at the Coachella festival in April will receive the Impact Award. Ivy Queen will receive the Icon Award, and Lainey Wilson will receive the Rulebreaker award. Latto will receive the Powerhouse award. Doechii will receive the Rising Star Award. Kim Petras will receive the Chartbreaker Award. 

Lana Del Rey is set to receive the Visionary Award. Her ninth studio album, Did You Know That There’s a Tunnel Under Ocean Blvd, will be released on March 24. 

K-Pop group TWICE will receive the Breakthrough Award. Just last year, the group topped the Billboard Artist 100 chart for the first time following the release of their album: Between 1&2: the 11th Mini Album. TWICE’s 12th mini album, Ready to Be, will be released on March 10.

American Express, Honda, Nationwide, and Mugler are sponsoring the award ceremony. Honda will present the Rising Star Award, while American Express will be presenting the Impact Award. 

Tickets for the 2023 Billboard Women in Music Awards are available on Ticketmaster.

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Brenda Sanchez Barrera is currently a senior at California State University, Dominguez Hills, and is graduating with her Bachelor's degree in journalism in spring 2023. She has a passion for music and hopes to pursue a career in music journalism. On campus, she is the Editor-In-Chief of the student-run newspaper, "The Bulletin." When she's not writing or editing articles, she can be found at a concert or keeping up with the latest Harry Styles updates.