Today Show News and Entertainment presenter, Brooke Boney, and comedian Tommy Little will co-host the 2023 ARIA Awards next month at Hordern Pavilion.
Brooke Boney said: “I’m absolutely thrilled to co-host the 2023 ARIA Awards alongside Tommy. Music has the power to bring people together, and it’s an honour to be a part of an event that celebrates the incredible talent within Australia’s music industry. Tommy and I can’t wait to bring our energy and love for music to the ARIA stage in Sydney, and we promise you a night filled with laughter, amazing performances, and plenty of celebrations. It’s going to be a night to remember!”
Tommy Little added: “Brooke Boney and I are the perfect Yin and Yang. She is professional, articulate and extremely hardworking, so I guess I will just do the other bits. I absolutely love Australian music but I am also tone deaf, so this is the closest I will ever get to an ARIA and I can’t wait.”
Live from 1.30pm AEDT: Red Carpet on @ARIA.official YouTube channel
Awards Live from 5.00pm AEDT on Stan.
Awards 7.30pm on Nine (streamed outside of Australia on YouTube)
Performances and moments also available on the @ARIA.official YouTube channel.
Public Voting categories are still open here until Nov 8:
The 2023 ARIA Awards public voting is open for Song Of The Year presented by YouTube, Best Video presented by YouTube, Best Australian Live Act, Most Popular International Artist and Telstra ARIA Music Teacher. Voting closes at 11.59pm Wednesday, 8 November. The winners will be announced at the 2023 ARIA Awards in partnership with YouTube on Wednesday, 15 November at the Hordern Pavilion.