The Hispanic Heritage Foundation’s (HHF) 33rd Hispanic Heritage Awards will be broadcast on Oct. 6 on PBS stations, and streamed on PBS.org at 8 p.m. ET.
This year’s special honorees include Linda Ronstadt (Legend Award) Bad Bunny (Vision Award), Selena Gomez (Arts Award), U.S. essential farmworkers (Heroes Award) and Sebastián Yatra (Inspira Award), who will also be hosting and performing.
Artists scheduled to perform throughout the night are Jessie Reyez, Sech and Flor de Toloache. The Mavericks, Joy Huerta, Carla Morrison, Gaby Moreno, La Marisoul and Lupita Infante will join forces for a special tribute honoring Ronstadt.
Now in its 33rd edition, the Hispanic Heritage Awards recognize the contributions and accomplishments of Latino leaders in various fields while celebrating cultural pride and the great promise to America.
This year will see the Hispanic Heritage Awards broadcast on PBS presented in a “unique documentary style,” according to a press release, and will include honoree profiles and special performances filmed in intimate settings.