Scheduled for Saturday 16, October, this year's event upgrades to the 20,000 capacity Merriweather Post Pavilion in Washington DC.
All performances will take place on the Pyramid Stage, while a maximum capacity of 49,999 people will be allowed.
Also newly-announced for the two-day event are George Ezra, DJ Honey Dijon and Róisín Murphy.
The awards took over London’s O2 Arena, marking the first, live large-scale indoor event since March of last year.
The newly-rearranged shows kick off in Glasgow on September 23, with the band also looking to reschedule further shows in Leeds and Dublin.
The artist's donation will provide 2million meals through the United Nations World Food Program.
The ambitious live-streamed event on May 22 will also feature Damon Albarn, IDLES, Jorja Smith and many more.
Live showings from Billie Eilish, Taylor Swift, and more steal the show in a performance-packed event.
The initiative has been formed to help close the gender gap in the recording industry's technical sector.
The annual three-day event is scheduled to return to Vegas this September.
The Recording Academy has announced its star studded Grammys lineup ahead of the ceremony, donned ‘Music’s Biggest Night’ airing on CBS on Sunday, March, 14 at 8pm ET.
The nominated artists will perform remotely during Pandora’s live ‘Countdown to the Grammy Awards’ broadcast.
The star-studded event on March 12 will also feature performances by Haim, H.E.R., Jhene Aiko and John Legend.
The 18-track album includes newly-recorded versions of ‘Gasoline’ and ‘3AM.’
The event will also have special appearances by Carole King, Jonas Brothers, Lionel Richie, Mick Fleetwood, Paul McCartney, Ringo Starr, and Shakira.