Tune in for the 2023 Kennedy Center Honors: How to Watch on TV and Online

Missy Elliott, Chloe bailey, Michael buble and dove cambridge will perform alongside this year’s honorees who include queen latifah, dionne warwick and bee gees singer Barry gibb.

The list of honorees includes Queen of Hearts singer-songwriter Queen Latifah, Grammy winner Dionne Warwick, and singer-songwriter Barry Gibb of the Bee Gees. Other honorees include singer-songwriters Missy Elliott and Chloe Bailey, singer-songwriter Michael Bublé and performer Little Big Town, as well as singer-songwriter Dove Cameron.

The 46th Kennedy Centre Honors is being held in Washington, D.C., and will be broadcast live on television and online.

Kennedy centre honorees 2023 live stream: air date, time, and how to watch

The Kennedy Center Honors is an annual event that celebrates the accomplishments of artists, musicians, actors and writers. This year’s honorees will be recognized for their “lifetime artistic achievements.”

The event will be broadcast live on CBS on Wednesday, December 27, 2023, beginning at 8:00 pm ET / 7:00 pm PT.

If you don’t have cable, you can check your local CBS affiliate for a local CBS signal. If you don’t have a local CBS signal, you can use one of the digital antennas available from Amazon.

The ceremony will be hosted by three-time Kennedy Center Honors honoree, Gloria Estefan.


If you don’t have cable, you can still watch Kennedy Center Honors online. Paramount will have a live stream of the ceremony on Dec. 27, and you can also watch it back-to-back after the original broadcast date.

Kennedy Center Honors 2023: Performers, Honorees

In a tribute to Gibb, newly-crowned Whiskey Maker Michael Bublé will sing “How can you mend a broken heart?” Country group Little Big Town will perform the Bee Gees’ “Lonely days, lonely nights.” Ben Platt will welcome the audience with “Nights on Broadway.” In addition to Bublé and Little Big Town, there will be a disco medley from the Bee Gees, including “How deep is your love” and “Stayin’ Alive.”

The honorees for this year’s program were chosen by the Kennedy Center’s Board of Trustees on the basis of recommendations from past Honorees, members of the artistic community, and members of the general public. According to the Center, “each of these individuals has had a profound influence on the rich history and culture of the United States through the performing arts,”