Post Malone, Parker McCollum, Noah Kahan & More Announced As Performers For 2024 ACM Awards

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Posty making his ACM Awards debut.

Set to be livestreamed live at The Star in Frisco, Texas exclusively on Prime Video on May 16th at 8:00 PM EDT, the 59th annual ACM Awards show will be hosted by Reba, who is also set to perform.

In addition, the first round of performers were announced a couple weeks ago, and includes Miranda LambertChris StapletonLainey Wilson, Cody Johnson, Jelly Roll, Jason Aldean, Kane Brown and Thomas Rhett as part of the first group.

And today, they announced the second round of performers, which includes Post Malone making his debut on the ACM Awards stage, and honestly, I wouldn’t be surprised to see Morgan Wallen show up too since they have a  new song called “I Had Some Help” coming out this Friday.

In addition, Parker McCollum will take the stage solo, Noah Kahan and Kelsea Ballerini will sing a duet, Nate Smith and Avril Lavigne will perform together, and Blake Shelton and Gwen Stefani will take the stage as a couple to also perform a song.

Luke Combs leads the pack with the most ACM Awards nominations this year, coming in at eight in total. Megan Moroney and Morgan Wallen follow right behind him at six, respectively. Cody Johnson, Chris Stapleton, and Lainey Wilson follow them with five each.

Additionally, Tracy Chapman received her first-ever nomination as Luke Combs’ hit cover of “Fast Car” was nominated in the Song of the Year category, which is awarded to the songwriter(s), publisher(s) and artist(s).

You can check out the entire list of nominees HERE.

Presenters and a few other performers are still to be announced.

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