"This is a great honor for me," Domingo, 69, told the crowd, clutching the trophy to his chest as his eyes teared up.
Singer Ricky Martin, a past recipient of the award, presented Plácido Domingo with his trophy.
Domingo poses with Mexican conductor Alondra de La Parra.
Half-Guatemalan, half–Costa Rican pop singer Sophia Del Carmen looked stunning.
Spanish singer Paloma San Basilio, who in 2006 was awarded the Latin Recording Academy Lifetime Achievement Award, poses for the cameras.
Natalia Jiménez from the Spanish pop/rock band "La Quinta Estacíon" glowed at the concert.
Mexican pop/rock band, "Los Claxons" from Monterrey, México did not miss thier chance to honor Plácido Domingo.
Venezuelan actress, TV host, and former Miss Universe, Barbara Palacios attended the event.
Alejandro Fernández performed in honor of Opera star Plácido Domingo.
Karen Coronado, sister of Mexican talk show host Ingrid Coronado poses with husband Mexican singer, songwriter and producer, Aleks Syntek.
"He is an inspiration for all of us Latinos," said Syntek, who performed Luís Fonsi's "Aqui Estoy Yo" during the concert. "He is a legend."
Tenor Plácido Domingo was honored as the Latin Grammy Person of the Year in Las Vegas Wednesday night. Domingo requested that his favorite singers perform the songs that drew him to a life of music and a constellation of Latino stars turned-out.