Philip Treacy to design trophy
BRIT Awards logo

The first details of next year’s BRIT Awards have been unveiled, with Philip Treacy set to design the trophy.

Undoubtedly the most prominent awards ceremony on the British music calendar, the BRIT Awards is set to expand for its 2014 return.

Billed as the biggest ceremony in its history, the BRIT Awards 2014 will take place at the O2 Arena on February 19th. Broadcast live in ITV, the first performers have been confirmed as Arctic Monkeys and Katy Perry.

Philip Treacy will design the trophy, while James Corden will host his final BRIT Awards. In addition to this, the full nominations ceremony will also be given air time courtesy of ITV.

Speaking about 2014 Christian Tattersfield said: 
“We are extremely ambitious for the 2014 show, showcasing global superstars and celebrating the incredible success of British music.  We are going to pull out all the stops to make this the biggest and most exciting BRITs ever”.

BPI Chairman Tony Wadsworth added: 

“The BRITs story continues to reach new heights even after more than 30 years. The constant change and reinvention ensures it stays the No.1 music event in the calendar and brings new opportunities and renewed commitment from our partners, especially ITV, MasterCard and AEG.”

BRIT Awards 2014 takes place on February 19th.

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