The 57th annual Grammy awards are this Sunday.

This year's nominees, presenters, and performers will all go home with a gift bag full of goodies worth an estimated $25,000.

Distinctive Assets has hosted the Grammy Gift Lounge and packaged the accompanying gift bag for 16 years now.

From lip balm and tooth paste to a $14,000 trip through the Rocky Mountains, see the strange and cool swag the celebrities will bring home even if they don't get an award.

A $3.99 bottle of Purell hand sanitizer

A $16.95 memoir, "...And I Breathed" from former CEO of Global Music at Live Nation, Jason Garner.

Garner reveals what his life was like as a concert promoter while juggling his personal life.

Get the book here.



An illustrated children's book called "Archibald's Next Big Thing" valued at $24.95.

The book is by Emmy-winning actor Tony Hale ("Veep").



$19.99 toy figurines from Elektrokidz by Wowwee.

You can check them out here.



A $25 painting called "Ginger Anxiety" from Mollie Kellogg Creative.

The piece is part of Kellogg's "Incognito Witch" series.



A $35.99 Good Logo Hat from California Good Clothing.

View the hat here.



A $37.95 power strip from Powercube.

Read more on it here.



A $69 pillow for frequent travelers from NapAnywhere.

Check it out here.



$75 worth of chocolate from Chocolatine.

Check out the chocolate here.



A $109.95 activity tracker from Polar Loop.

Read more about it here.



$150 in stationary from MOO.

View their website here.



$150 to $350 worth of designer sunglasses from Marchon.

Check out more of their glasses here.



$210 worth of MyntSmile porcelain veneer toothpaste.

$275 worth of Dorco's razors for men and women.

View them here.



A $300 car-shaped bag by Braccialini.

Check out more of Braccaialini's purses here.



A $300 36-inch gold plated chain from SIS by Simone I. Smith.

Check out more jewelry from the SIS line here.



3 sessions with fitness expert and trainer Lalo Fuentes worth $300.

$500 in Sean John clothes including a signature black velour track suit, a pullover, a black and white jacket and pants combo, and a limited-edition duffel bag.

A $500 aromatherapy massage and nutritional consult by acupuncturist Heather Lounsbury.

An $800 gift certificate to custom candy buffet Candy Vixen.

Check out their website here.



$1,140 worth of Gibson branded guitars.

Check out their guitars here.



$1,200 worth of Healing Saint products from Wellness 360 including skin serum that reduces fine lines, a hair growth stimulant, protein mix, vitamins, and minerals.

Visit their website here. 



A $14,584 luxury rail trip through the Canadian Rockies from Rocky Mountaineer.

Here's everything else:

A $2.99 mint to help you relax and sleep from Sleepmints.

$2.99 Carmex moisture plus lip balm.

A $3.95 issue of Music Connection magazine.

A $3.99 bag of gluten free, vegan popcorn from Live Love Pop.

$6.50 in almond toffee from Brooke's candy company.

An $8 box of hand rolled Thumbs Cookies.

$8.97 in XO breath mints.

$9 tie from Soletie.

$10 of Aerosmith drummer Joey Kramer's organic coffee Rockin' & Roastin'.

$10.99 in Halo pet food. In addition, Freekibble.com is donating 50,000 meals of Halo Vigor and Spot's Stew pet food to animal shelters.

An $11.99 yearbook from People magazine.

A $12 StickerWallet that sticks to phones or smart devices.

A $12 reusable glass water bottle from Faucet Face.

$14 worth of food from Golden Door Artisan Foods.

$19.99 figurines from Elektrokidz.

$22.95 worth of Blackwing 602 pencils.

A $23 reusable bottle from Memobottle.

$24.99 worth of smoothie products from Rockin' Wellness.

$24.99-$45.99 worth of headwear from sportswear brand New Era.

$28 in auto detail supplies. 

A $29.98 accessory from Sassy Strapps that prevents shoes from slipping off.

$40 temporary metallic tattoos from Lulu DK.

A $44.95 JBL rechargable portable wireless speaker by Harman.

$45.94 worth of Hydroxycut products.

$49.99 worth of JNL Clothing.

A $50 bottle of 2012 Carr Pinot Noir from Carr Winery.

$50 in candles from Coal & Canary.

$60 to TAGS fashion boutique.

3 CDs from Grammy-nominated composer Peter Kater valued at $60.

$60 to Nightbird recording studios.

$75 in Déja` Vu Sweets Glam Cake Pops.  

$84 for 3 barre-based mingle classes for Physique 57.

$95 in Naked Undies.

$95-$165 custom made bracelet from Lat & Lo with the latitude and longitude coordinates of a "special place."

A $100 Inbeaute Finger Head Spa from leading Japanese beauty company MTG.

$100 worth of Reset Yourself products.

A $250 fragrance and art piece bandana from Arts&Scents.

$300 worth of locally made products from Hazel Lane.



That's everything the stars will take home from the Grammys.

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