Here's the Recording Academy's official lineup of Grammy Week events leading up to Music’s Biggest Night on 3/14. All of the following will be virtual this year...

Monday, 3/8

Grammy in the Schools Fest: This four-day event, presented by MusicPower, will celebrate music and music education with performances by students and professionals, along with engaging, educational panels featuring artists, educators and others. The fest, which concludes on Thursday, is free to those who register in advance here.

Women in the Mix will recognize the contributions of women in music and amplify female voices across the industry. Highlighting artists, producers, engineers and executives, this program champions women who set the tone for their communities and work to close gender gaps on and off the stage. Viewable on Grammy.com.

Wednesday, 3/10

The Inaugural Black Music Collective Grammy Week Celebration: Presented by Mastercard, this gathering will welcome an array of Black music creators and allied professionals known for amplifying Black voices in music and beyond. Viewable on Grammy.com.

Thursday, 3/11

Grammy U Masterclass With Tayla Parx: Grammy nominee Tayla Parx—who has penned tracks for Ariana Grande, Janelle Monáe and Anderson .Paak while pursuing a career as a solo artist—will discuss the craft of songwriting and her experience as a multifaceted creator. Parx's masterclass is presented in collaboration with the Academy's Black Music Collective and sponsored by Mastercard. Viewable on the Recording Academy's Facebook channel.

Producers & Engineers Wing 20th Anniversary Celebration: This hourlong program will celebrate 20 years of the P&E Wing with highlights from the past two decades and a look into the future. A private event.

Friday, 3/12

The 23rd Annual Entertainment Law Initiative will honor the Black Entertainment and Sports Lawyers Association (BESLA)—a nationally recognized leader in legal education and professional development for lawyers and professionals in entertainment, sports and related industries—with the 2021 ELI Service Award. A private event.

MusiCares Music on a Mission: Intended to recognize the resilience of the music community throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, this fundraiser will present important moments in MusiCares history, including legendary performances from the vault and new ones from today's stars. Tickets are available to the public for $25 and are on sale on MusiCares.org.

Sunday, 3/14

The 63rd Grammy Awards Premiere Ceremony will present more than 70 Grammy winners and feature performances across genres. The livestream will be viewable on Grammy.com.

The 63rd Annual Grammy Awards will air live on CBS at 8pm ET/5pm PT.

The full lineup with additional details can be found here.