NAACP Image Award - Past Shows

Past Shows

Year Day Host Location
1967 (1st) February 4 Beverly Hilton Hotel
1968 (2nd)
1969 (3rd)
1970 (4th) November
1971 (5th)
1972 (6th) November
1974 (7th) January 19 Hollywood Palladium
1975 (8th) January
1976 (9th)
1977 (10th) April
1978 (11th) June
1979 (12th)
1980 (13th) December
1981 (14th) December
1982 (15th) December 5 Robert Guillaume Hollywood Palladium
1983 (16th) December Jayne Kennedy/George Peppard/Michael Warren
1984 (17th) December 4 Dorothy Chandler Pavilion
1985 (18th) December
1986 (19th) December
1987 (20th) December 13 Debbie Allen/Denzel Washington
1988 (21st) December
1989 (22nd) December
1990 (23rd) December 9
1992 (24th) January 11
1993 (25th) January 16 Pasadena Civic Auditorium
1994 (26th) January 5
1996 (27th) April Whitney Houston/Denzel Washington Pasadena Civic Auditorium
1997 (28th) February 8 Arsenio Hall/Patti LaBelle
1998 (29th) February 14 Vanessa L. Williams/Gregory Hines
1999 (30th) February 14 Mariah Carey/Blair Underwood Pasadena Civic Auditorium
2000 (31st) February 12 Diana Ross
2001 (32nd) February 23 Chris Tucker Universal Amphitheatre
2002 (33rd) March 3 Chris Tucker
2003 (34th) March 8 Cedric the Entertainer
2004 (35th) March 6 Tracee Ellis Ross/Golden Brooks/Persia White/Jill Marie Jones
2005 (36th) March 25 Chris Tucker Dorothy Chandler Pavilion
2006 (37th) March 3 Cuba Gooding, Jr. Shrine Auditorium
2007 (38th) March 2 LL Cool J
2008 (39th) February 14 D.L. Hughley
2009 (40th) February 12 Halle Berry/Tyler Perry
2010 (41st) February 26 Anika Noni Rose/Hill Harper
2011 (42nd) March 4 Wayne Brady/Holly Robinson Peete
2012 (43rd) February 17 Sanaa Lathan/Anthony Mackie

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