Grammy weekend is turning into a nightmare in ‘gross ass’ Las Vegas.

The music industry is looking to leave Las Vegas.

According to multiple industry sources, the Grammy weekend in Sin City is shaping up to be a complete disaster.

“As they sprint up and down the strip, people are agitated and frazzled. Multiple seminars are taking place, as well as a large poker tournament, and obtaining expensive cars for artists has been a disaster, according to one insider.

The 64th Annual Grammy Awards were supposed to telecast live from the Arena in Los Angeles on January 31.

Due to the coronavirus pandemic, the Recording Academy was compelled to delay the event and move it to MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas, which had greater outside space.

Because “no one wants to travel to that disgusting ass place,” a music flack who is not coming informed us, the action-packed weekend has devolved into pandemonium.

Even the clothes are irritated by their presence.

“Stylists are having nervous breakdowns because there aren’t any experienced tailors like there are in LA, and they have to haul couture dresses and tuxedos past smokey casinos that stink,” stated the first source.

64th annual Grammy AwardsThe 64th annual Grammy Awards will broadcast live from the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas on Apr. 3.

In the midst of the music industry’s challenges, artists are being forced to reduce the size of their entourages owing to limited credentials, and there will be a severe lack of huge music company parties this year.

Another industry insider told us, “The consensus is that there isn’t much going on and no one really wants to go to Vegas.”

Clive Davis even announced earlier this year that his annual star-studded pre-Grammy gala would be postponed “because to logistical hurdles caused by the ongoing pandemic, notably the unavailability of an adequate location.”

On Sunday, Trevor Noah will host the show, which will feature Billie Eilish, BTS, Lil Nas X, Leon Bridges, and Lady Gaga.

Meanwhile, Miley Cyrus will perform at the Hollywood Palladium, where Steven Tyler will host a Grammy watch party.

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