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Latin Grammy nominees announced

The Latin Grammy nominations have been announced, and the leaders of the field are coming to Las Vegas before the ceremonies.

Calle 13, who earned nine nominations, are playing Brooklyn Bowl on Oct. 12 prior to the awards show on Nov. 20 at the MGM Grand Garden arena.

In another local tie-in, Las Vegas headliner Carlos Santana, whose residency at the House of Blues at Mandalay Bay returns Nov. 5, earned a pair of nods for Best Contemporary Pop Vocal Album and Best Long Form Video.

Tickets for the Latin Grammy show went on sale today, and the ceremonies will be broadcast live on the Univision Network.

Some of the leading nominees:

GENERAL FIELD

Album Of The Year:

“3.0,” Marc Anthony

“Tangos,” Ruben Blades

“Multiviral,” Calle 13

“Elypse,” Camila

“Cancion Andaluza,” Paco de Lucia

“Raiz,” Lila Downs, Nina Pastori y Soledad

“Bailar En La Cueva,” Jorge Drexler

“Fonseca Sinfonico,” Fonseca

“Somos,” Jarabe De Palo

“Mas + Corazon Profundo,” Carlos Vives

Record Of The Year:

“Donde Esta El Amor,” Pablo Alboran featuring Jesse & Joy

“Cambio De Piel,” Marc Anthony

“Respira El Momento,” Calle 13

“Decidiste Dejarme,” Camila

“Universos Paralelos,” Jorge Drexler featuring Ana Tijoux

“Llegaste Tu,” Luis Fonsi featuring Juan Luis Guerra

“Bailando,” Enrique Iglesias featuring Descemer Bueno and Gente De Zona

“Darte Un Beso,” Prince Royce

“Cuando Nos Volvamos A Encontrar,” Carlos Vives featuring Marc Anthony

“El Mar De Sus Ojos,” Carlos Vives featuring ChocQuibTown

Song Of The Year:

“A Bossa Nova e Foda,” Caetano Veloso, songwriter; performed by Caetano Veloso

“Bailando,” Descemer Bueno, Gente De Zona, Enrique Iglesias, songwriters; performed by Enrique Iglesias featuring Descemer Bueno and Gente De Zona

“Cambio De Piel,” Yoel Henriquez and Julio Reyes Copello, songwriters; performed by Marc Anthony

“Corazones Invencibles,” Manu Moreno and Aleks Syntek, songwriters; performed by Aleks Syntek

“Cuando Nos Volvamos A Encontrar,” Andres Castro, Carlos Vives, songwriters; performed by Carlos Vives featuring Marc Anthony

“Darte Un Beso,” Andres Castro, Guianko Gomez, Juan Riveros and Prince Royce, songwriters; performed by Prince Royce

“Decidiste Dejarme,” Mario Domm, Lauren Evans and Monica Velez, songwriters; performed by Camila

“Mi Tesoro,” Jesse & Joy, songwriters; performed by Jesse & Joy

“Ojos Color Sol,” Calle 13 and Silvio Rodriquez, songwriters; performed by Calle 13 featuring Silvio Rodriguez

“Universos Paralelos,” Jorge Drexler and Ana Tijoux, songwriters; performed by Jorge Drexler featuring Ana Tijoux

POP FIELD

Best Traditional Pop Vocal Album:

“Amor En Portofino,” Andrea Bocelli

“Tiempo,” Linda Briceno

“Origenes: El Bolero Volumen 2,” Cafe Quijano

“Fonseca Sinfonica,” Fonseca

“Gracias Por Estar Aqui,” Marco Antonio Solis

URBAN FIELD

Best Urban Performance:

“6AM,” J Balvin featuring Farruko

“Adentro,” Calle 13

“Bailando,” Enrique Iglesias featuring Descemer Bueno and Gente De Zona

“Pura Vida,” Don Omar

“Que Viva La Vida,” Wisin

ROCK FIELD

Best Rock Album:

“Palosanto,” Bunbury

“Ama-Zonas,” Doctor Krapula

“Don Tetto,” Don Tetto

“El Final Del Mundo Vol. II: Nada Es Imposible,” Luz Verde

“Agua Maldita,” Molotov

ALTERNATIVE FIELD

Best Alternative Music Album:

“Romantisismico,” Babasonicos

“Fruta,” Caloncho

“Los Cafres — 25 Anos De Musica!,” Los Cafres

“El Vuelo Del Pez,” Siddhartha

“Aquelarre,” Sig Ragga

TROPICAL FIELD

Best Salsa Album:

“3.0,” Marc Anthony

“Dejame Asi,” Maite Hontele

“Mis Mejores Recuerdos,” Tito Nieves

“First Class To Havana,” Aymee Nuviola

“50 Aniversario,” Mario Ortiz All Star Band

REGIONAL-MEXICAN FIELD

Best Norteno Album:

“Amor Amor,” Conjunto Primavera

“XX Anos,” El Poder Del Norte

“En Tus Manos,” Los Rieleros Del Norte

“Por Ti,” Pesado

“Clasicas De Ayer Y Siempre,” Polo Urias Y Su Maquina Nortena

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