More than 100 of the artists performing at this year’s Country Music Awards Music Festival have been revealed and it is a veritable “who’s-who” of country music. Headliners include Lady Antebellum, Kenny Rogers, Eric Church, Brad Paisley, Blake Shelton, Chris Stapleton, and Miranda Lambert.
The event is held in downtown Nashville June 8-11 with four stages. We don’t know the daily lineups yet, but we do know which stages artists are performing on.
Lady Antebellum, Rogers, Church, Paisley, Shelton, Stapleton, and Lambert all play on the headline stage in
Nissan Stadium, as will Kelsea Ballerini, Trace Adkins, Dierks Bentley, Luke Bryan, Florida Georgia Line, Little Big Town, Maren Morris, Rascal Flatts, Keith Urban, Thomas Rhett and more.
The Chevrolet Riverfront Stage will also be open all four days and the first performance will be from former Pollstar HotStar Old Dominion. A Thousand Horses, Brandy Clark, Drake White And The Big Fire, Kane Brown, Brothers Osborne, Jana Kramer, Scotty McCreery, Jon Pardi, RaeLynn, Aaron Watson, LoCash, Chase Rice and more will all be taking that stage as well.
The Chevrolet Park Stage in the
Walk Of Fame Park will feature the talents of Lindsay Ell, Jon Langston, Steve Moakler, Runaway June, Jamie Lynn Spears, Big Smo, and Waterloo Revival, among others.
The up-and-comers will be playing at the Gildan Broadway Stage at
Hard Rock Café. That lineup includes Craig Wayne Boyd, Abby Anderson, Fairground Saints, Jordan Rager, Restless Road, and Hard Rock Café.
The event will be filmed for a special on ABC for the 13th year.
Ticket sales benefit music education and the CMA Foundation has donated $17.5 million to support that cause, and claims to have helped 1 million students.
Tickets to the main stage are still available. Learn more about the event at CMAWorld.com.