The “2021 Soul Train Awards” are airing on Sunday, Nov. 28 at 8 p.m. on various channels. ‘Soul Train Awards′ 2021 free live stream: How to watch online without cable. The event will be hosted by Tisha Campbell and Tichina Arnold for the 4th time, and will feature appearances and performances from Summer Walker, D-Nice, Musiq Soulchild, Jac Ross, Koryn Hawthorne, Elle Varner, Tone Stith, and more.

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Here’s the information you’ll need to watch a free live stream of “The 2021 Soul Train Awards” online without cable.

How to watch ‘The 2021 Soul Train Awards’ without cable

If you’re a cord-cutter or don’t have cable, you can watch a live stream of “The 2021 Soul Train Awards” on the streaming service Philo, which offers a seven-day free trial and includes BET in its channel offerings.

When are ‘The 2021 Soul Train Awards’ on?

“The 2021 Soul Train Awards” will begin airing live on Sunday, Nov. 28 at 8 p.m. on BET. Part of the ceremony will also air on MTV 2.

What channels are BET?

You can use the channel finder on your provider’s website to locate them: Verizon Fios, AT&T U-verse, Comcast Xfinity, Spectrum/Charter, Optimum/Altice, DIRECTV, Dish.

How to watch ‘The 2021 Soul Train Awards’ online on-demand

If you missed “The 2021 Soul Train Awards” or want to binge-watch other BET events and series online as they become available, check out Philo. The streaming service offers seven-day free trials.

What are ‘The 2021 Soul Train Awards’ about?

According to the official description of the event: An awards ceremony honoring the best in soul and R&B, along with performances; from the Apollo Theater in New York.

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Music with soul is the center of attention on BET this weekend.

The Soul Train Awards 2021 will air on BET on Sunday, Nov. 28, at 8 p.m. ET (5 p.m. PT). You can also watch the show on Philo (which offers a 7-day free trial), FuboTV and Sling.

The 37th annual event took place at the Apollo Theater in New York City on Saturday, Nov. 20. BET will air the awards show and the evening’s highlights.

Performers include Ari Lennox, Ashanti, Charlie Wilson, D-Nice, Elhae, Elle Varner, Fred Hammond, Gloria Gaynor, Jac Ross, Jeffrey Osbourne, Koryn Hawthorne, Kurtis Blow, Leon Bridges, Lucky Daye, Marzz, Maxwell, Melle Mel, Musiq Soulchild, Bruno Mars with Anderson Paak and Silk Sonic, Stephanie Mills, Summer Walker and Tone Stith.

See a list of nominees for highly anticipated awards, including “Album of the Year,” “Best Collaboration” and the “Certified Soul Award.”

Celebrate the best in R&B and hip-hop with the 2021 Soul Train Awards, airing live Sunday, November 28 at 8 p.m. ET/PT on BET.

To honor the best in R&B, gospel, urban adult contemporary and soul music from this past year, the Soul Train Awards are bringing together the brightest musical stars. Once again, actresses Tisha Campbell and Tichina Arnold will host.

Performers include Maxwell, Ashanti, Bruno Mars, Anderson .Paak, Ari Lennox, Leon Bridges, Lucky Daye, Summer Walker, Fred Hammond, Elhae, Marzz, Fat Joe, Ja Rule, and El Debarge. Presenters include Jazmine Sullivan, Normani, Hosea Chanchez and Wendy Raquel Robinson from “The Game,” a Paramount+ Original series, and Devale Ellis and Crystal Hayslett from the cast of “Tyler Perry’s Sistas,” Mack Wilds, Parker McKenna Posey, and Paula Patton.

H.E.R. leads all nominees with eight, followed by Jasmine Sullivan and Chris Brown with six each. Wizkid and TEMS each earned five noms, followed by Blxst with four, and then Bruno Mars, Anderson .Paak, Silk Sonic, Doja Cat, and Yung Bleu each with three nods.

In conjunction with the Soul Train Awards, BET has announced it will distribute $100,000 in “microgrants to 10 Harlem businesses and non-profits.”–176621061/–176621061/–176621061/–176621061/–176621061/

“BET remains committed to the recovery of Black communities as we continue to navigate the effects of the COVID-19 global health crisis. Black communities have been disproportionately affected by COVID-19 in health, educational, and economic outcomes, an issue BET has committed to helping solve through philanthropic and social partnerships since 2020,” said BET Chief Communication and Social Impact Officer, Jeanine Liburd, in a statement. “As we gather at the World Famous Apollo for the 2021 “Soul Train Awards, BET is honored to take the next step in supporting Black businesses, innovators and leaders in memory of Don Cornelius and beyond.

“Our partnership with BET helps us make an impact in the communities we serve here in New York City,” added United Way Senior Vice President of Community Impact and Chief Impact + Strategy Officer, Amy Sananman. “From providing Covid-19 relief funding that enabled us to support many of our community based organization partners to today’s grant-funding opportunity that will enable our partners to provide emergency food to hungry Harlem-based neighbors, we’re grateful for the support that BET continues to provide as we work towards the equitable rebuilding of our City.

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