NEW YORK—“Music’s Biggest Night” will leave its Los Angeles home in 2018, heading east to Manhattan’s Madison Square Garden in celebration of the 60th anniversary of the Grammy Awards, the Recording Academy announced May 9.

“I couldn’t be more excited to return [to New York] in 2018 and celebrate 60 years of honoring the best of the best in recorded sound in the world-class venue that is Madison Square Garden,” said Recording Academy President Neil Portnow in a statement on Tuesday.

The Grammy’s have been held at the Staples Center in downtown Los Angeles for the past 14 years. New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio, who lobbied for the show’s return, is excited to see the iconic awards ceremony back in his city.

“Playing host to the music industry’s marquee awards show is a unique creative, artistic and economic boon to the rich cultural fabric of our city,” de Blasio said. “We welcome the Grammy Awards back to New York City with open arms and we look forward to continuing to partner with a music industry that supports access and empowerment in the arts.”

To help announce the show’s return to New York, the Recording Academy collaborated with director Spike Lee on a film released through YouTube titled, “NY Stories.” “Stories” is an homage to the Big Apple’s musical roots, taking viewers on an aural tour through the five boroughs, from the Apollo Theatre in Harlem to Jay Z’s Marcy Projects in Bedford-Stuyvesant, while chronicling the lives of the musicians and artists who live and work there.

“I’m honored to be a part of this homage to the city I love, that is welcoming the 60th anniversary of the Grammys into its big warm arms,” said Lee.

Madison Square Garden last hosted the Grammys in 2003, the award show’s 45th anniversary. The show is expected to bring $200 million in economic benefit to the city.