BRIT Awards 2024: All of the Performances


Some of the biggest artists in Britain and beyond took the stage in London at the 2024 BRIT Awards this Saturday (March 2). Dua Lipa, Raye, Kylie Minogue, and Rema all performed at this year’s ceremony. Watch footage of them below, along with Jungle, Tate McRae, Calvin Harris and Ellie Goulding.

Dua Lipa

Dua Lipa brought her new single “Training Season” to life at this year’s BRIT Awards. She opened the song singing alone onstage while dozens of dancers dressed in black leather lounged on the bleachers. After she marched down the runway with them in tow, Dua Lipa was surrounded by a new circle of levitating acrobats, who proceeded to to do Cirque du Soleil-style tricks in the air — at one point even lifting her up by the hands.


Raye had a huge night at the BRITs, winning six awards—the most ever for a single artist in a year—after her record-setting seven nominations. It allowed her performance to feel like a victory lap of sorts. What began with Raye performing “Ice Cream Man” on piano quickly turned into a thorough medley. She belted out “Prada” next and segued into the brassy “Escapism,” all with a choir and backing band performing live behind her.

Kylie Minogue

Australia’s queen of pop celebrated her continuing reign by performing a medley of songs from her career. After opening with Tension’s lead single “Padam Padam” while standing atop a narrow pillar, Minogue ripped off her red coat to reveal a black dress and joined her alienesque dancers on the floor for “Can’t Get You Out of My Head” and “Slow.” The medley ended with shortened versions of “Love at First Sight” and “All the Lovers,” complete with yet another outfit change.


Rema was surrounded by leaf-clad dancers during his performance of his massive hit “Calm Down” from Rave & Roses. Also accompanying him was a live band, showgirls with feather fans, and jungle-themed decor.


Fresh off a viral Gap ad collaboration, Jungle brought their highest-charting hit “Back On 74” to the stage under the light of an enormous disco ball. The band’s groovy song felt like a music video come to life thanks to their dancers, who bust out moves while climbing side-stage staircases and replicated their filmed choreography, earning audible cheers from the crowd in the process.

Tate McRae

Tate McRae and her dancers took the stage in matching sunglasses for her hit single “Greedy.” For the live rendition, McRae was passed around down a line of dancers in gray sweats and, at one point, did a trust fall into their arms.

Calvin Harris and Ellie Goulding

Calvin Harris and Ellie Goulding brought their Song of the Year-nominated collaboration “Miracle” to the awards show for a dramatic performance. Surrounded by 3D triangles built out of neon lights, Goulding climbed through the stage setup and onto the runway in a cloud of smoke. Meanwhile, Harris stayed put atop his elevated DJ booth, occasionally playing keys and hitting drum pads.