Everything You Need to Know About Tonight’s “CMA Fest” Television Special

Everything You Need to Know About Tonight’s “CMA Fest” Television Special

If you weren’t lucky enough to be one of the thousands of fans that descended on Nashville during the four days of CMA Fest in June, ABC’s three-hour television special, CMA Fest, has you covered.

Date: Aug. 8
Time: 8 pm. ET/7p.m. CT
Channel: ABC
Co-hosts: Thomas Rhett & Kelsea Ballerini
Performers and Songs (in order of appearance):

  • Keith Urban — “Never Comin Down”
  • Jake Owen — “I Was Jack (You Were Diane)”
  • Old Dominion — “Hotel Key”
  • Dustin Lynch — “Good Girl”
  • Florida Georgia Line — “Simple”
  • Morgan Wallen featuring Florida Georgia Line – “Up Down”
  • Jon Pardi — “Head Over Boots,” “Heartache On The Dance Floor,” “Dirt On My Boots” (Medley)
  • Kelsea Ballerini — “I Hate Love Songs”
  • Darius Rucker — “For The First Time”
  • Brett Young — “Mercy”
  • Carrie Underwood — “Cry Pretty”
  • Thomas Rhett — “Life Changes”
  • Kane Brown — “Lose It”
  • Kane Brown featuring Lauren Alaina — “What Ifs”
  • Cole Swindell — “Break Up in the End”
  • Dierks Bentley — “Woman, Amen”
  • Blake Shelton — “I Lived It”
  • Midland — “Burnout”
  • Keith Urban featuring Julia Michaels — “Coming Home”
  • Dan + Shay — “Tequila”
  • Luke Bryan — “Sunrise, Sunburn, Sunset” & “Most People Are Good”
  • Jason Aldean — “You Make It Easy”
  • Luke Combs — “When It Rains It Pours”
  • Carly Pearce — “Hide the Wine”
  • Dierks Bentley featuring Dwight Yoakam — “Fast as You”
  • Chris Stapleton — “Millionaire”
  • Brett Eldredge — “The Long Way”
  • Sam Hunt — “Downtown’s Dead”
  • Brothers Osborne — “Shoot Me Straight”

photo by Tammie Arroyo, AFF-USA.com

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