For the eighth year, the show will take place at The O2, London and the 38th BRIT Awards will be broadcast live on ITV.
To date, the BRIT Awards have raised over £20 million for The BRIT Trust charity and the 2017 Awards raised at least £1.5m for charitable and educational activities.
The nominees and presenters for the 2018 show have not yet been announced.
Last year’s show was hosted by Dermot O’Leary and Emma Willis after they filled in for Michael Buble, who was going to host the awards ceremony for the first time.
However, the Canadian singer pulled out the BRITs, following his two-year-old son Noah’s cancer diagnosis and cancelled all work commitments to focus on his family.
Katy Perry’s performance was one the most memorable the night, with the singer dazzling as she performed for the crowds surrounded by backing dancers dressed as houses.
However, fans were quick to notice that one the dancers fell f stage.
A tweet on social media read: “Ouch! One Katy Perry’s dancing houses fell f the stage.
“The crew looked quite concerned as they put him/her back on their feet.”
Other highlights included Robbie Williams receiving the lifetime achievement award and an emotional tribute to the late George Michael.