Inside the 2022 Grammys goodie bag with over 60 envy-inducing freebies

The 2022 Grammys are here and we’ve got all the details on the amazing loot bag performers and presenters like Billie Eilish, BTS, Olivia Rodrigo, Brandi Carlile, Osborne BrothersLil Nas X, Jack Harlow, Chris Stapleton, HIS, Jon Batiste, Cynthia Erivo, Rachel Zegler and more can receive. The gift bag is truly amazing and includes over 60 gifts ranging from experiences to luxury skincare, delicious treats and toys for the kids. No doubt everyone will come away a winner.

This year, Los Angeles-based entertainment marketing company Distinctive Assets is once again partnering with the Recording Academy to produce the Gift Lounge and official gift bags for Grammy’s presenters and performers.

“Despite challenging world events and significant logistical changes, we are thrilled to once again create the incredible magic of Grammy giveaways,” said Distinctive Assets Founder Lash Fary. “We are proud to continue a tradition of making our gifting business as inclusive as possible, representing businesses owned and operated by individuals of all races, ethnicities, sexual orientations, genders and ages. These entrepreneurs not only make products top notch, but also give back to their communities and the world at large.”

The Grammy Gift Lounge is held at Topgolf Las Vegas and is open to presenters and performers during rehearsals. The in-person giving experience is presented by Miage Skincare, who will be giving away a luxury gift set featuring their transformative skincare products. Other brands like M Entertainment Works (MEW), Ceek VR Metaverse and Coma Toes will be at the show to give away giveaways. In addition to the giveaway lounge, talent will also receive a pre-assembled Grammy goodie bag filled with all sorts of other goodies.

If you’ve ever wondered what exactly goes in those loot bags? We have the answer for you. Check out the 2022 Grammy giveaway bag below.


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