Full List of 2017 ACM Awards Performers Revealed
Keith Urban and Thomas Rhett are just two of the superstar names on this final list of performers at the 2017 ACM Awards. Old Dominion and Brett Eldredge were added as highlights this week, leading into the weekend of the event.
Tim McGraw, Faith Hill, Kelsea Ballerini, Luke Bryan, Maren Morris, Dierks Bentley, Florida Georgia Line, Lady Antebellum, Miranda Lambert, Jason Aldean and Little Big Town are also set to perform at the ceremony, as previously announced. Backstreet Boys will join FGL to perform their current duet, “God, Your Mama, and Me” in the pop group’s ACM Awards debut. McGraw and Hill will team to perform their newly announced single, “Speak to a Girl.”
Aldean’s team shared the news of his performance in a video tweet, with Aldean saying, “I just wanna say I’m super excited to be nominated for Entertainer of the Year, and also just found out we’re gonna be performing on the 52nd annual ACM Awards.” The superstar was petting an adorable little dog while he spoke, noting that the pooch won’t be at the awards show, but “he’ll be watching and you guys should watch, too.”
Bryan and Bentley are returning to co-host the ACM Awards for the second consecutive year in 2017.
The ACM Awards nominations were announced in February, and Urban leads the nominations with seven nods. Lambert and Morris are close behind, as each female received six nominations. FGL and Tim McGraw garnered five nominations each. Bentley received three nods, as well as Rhett and Stapleton. Bryan is also featured in the evening’s top category, Entertainer of the Year.
The 52nd Annual ACM Awards air live from Las Vegas on April 2 at 7PM on CBS.
2017 ACM Awards Performers:
Carrie Underwood and Keith Urban
Cole Swindell and Dierks Bentley
Florida Georgia Line and Backstreet Boys
Little Big Town
Reba McEntire with Lauren Daigle
Thomas Rhett and Maren Morris
Tim McGraw and Faith Hill
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