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The MTV Europe Music Awards will take place in Manchester, U.K. this November, the network has confirmed.

The show, which will be held in Manchester venue Co-op Live on Nov. 10, will also mark the awards’ 30th anniversary.

As well as broadcasting on MTV in over 150 countries the EMAs will also be available to watch on Pluto TV and Paramount+.

“The MTV EMAs is one of the biggest global music celebrations, bringing together local and international artists to create iconic performances for fans around the world,” said Bruce Gillmer, president of music and chief content officer for music at Paramount+. “With music at the very heart of Manchester’s rich creative heritage, this vibrant city – with the state-of-the-art Co-op Live – will guarantee a supercharged 2024 show.”

Last year’s EMA awards were set to be hosted in Paris but were canceled at the last moment “out of an abundance of caution” due to the Israel-Hamas war. Following the conflict, France experienced a number of terrorist incidents, including a stabbing and bomb threats at airports, which also put the country on high alert.

The last EMAs took place in 2022 in Dusseldorf, Germany hosted by director Taika Waititi and singer Rita Ora. Taylor Swift swept up the most awards, taking home four gongs.

Pictured above: Taylor Swift at the MTV EMAs in 2022 in Germany.

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