The Country Music Association has announced a second round of performers for the 2023 CMA Awards, with Post Malone, Morgan Wallen, Kelsea Ballerini among those newly added to the lineup.
CMA posted: “MORE PERFORMANCES! Watch these stars take the #CMAawards stage –
@KelseaBallerini, @KennyChesney, @LukeCombs, @DanAndShay, @JordanCWDavis, @HARDYMusic, @OfficialJackson,@CodyJohnson, @PostMalone, @MacMcAnally, @AshleyMcBryde, @MorganWallen, @WarAndTreaty,and @ZacBrownBand!”
Along with Ballerini, Wallen and Malone, Luke Combs, Kenny Chesney, Dan and Shay, Jordan Davis, Hardy, Alan Jackson, Cody Johnson, Mac McAnally, Ashley McBryde, War and Treaty, and Zac Brown Band will appear during the ceremony. The artists join previously announced performers Luke Bryan, Jelly Roll, Carly Pearce, K. Michelle, Little Big Town, Megan Moroney, Old Dominion, Chris Stapleton and Lainey Wilson.
According to the CMA, Wallen and HARDY are set to team up with Post Malone for a ‘not-to-be-missed performance’ featuring a medley of beloved country classics. Wallen will return to the stage along with a yet-to-be announced surprise guest to perform a song from album, One Thing At A Time. Chesney, McAnally, Jackson and Zac Brown Band will perform a tribute to late singer Jimmy Buffet, while Ballerini will perform her song “Leave Me Again,” and Combs will perform his single “Where the Wild Things Are.”
The 57th annual ceremony will take place Nov. 8 at Bridgestone Arena in Nashville and air at 8 p.m. EST on ABC.
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