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CMA Fest 2024: Full List of Performances Revealed Ahead of June 25 Broadcast on ABC

Country music lovers, clear your calendars! The highly anticipated "CMA Fest" primetime television special is set to light up your screens on Tuesday, June 25 at 8/7c on ABC, with a next-day stream available on Hulu. Hosted by the dynamic duo of Jelly Roll and Ashley McBryde, this three-hour concert event promises a night of electrifying performances and memorable collaborations straight from the heart of Nashville.


Lainey Wilson & Terri Clark | Hunter Berry/CMA | Cody Johnson Hunter Berry/CMA | Parker McCoullum Acacia Evans/CMA


A Dream Come True for Hosts Jelly Roll and Ashley McBryde

For Jelly Roll, hosting the event at Nissan Stadium in his hometown of Nashville was a profound moment. "Stepping onto the stage in front of 50,000 people was indescribable,” he shares. "The magnitude of the moment really hit me, to be across the street from the juvenile detention center I was in and to now be on stage hosting—how do you describe being in the same exact place while being in a place that couldn’t be more different, at the same time.”


Ashley McBryde echoed his sentiments, emphasizing the palpable energy and camaraderie. “When my buddy Jelly Roll and I walked out into this massive crowd and felt the electric energy for the first time, it felt important,” she says. “We were nervous! But it also felt good, because at the root of it all, it’s just me and my pal cutting up, only we’re doing it on national television for CMA Fest.”



Photo Credit: CMA/ABC 


A Star-Studded Lineup

The 51st CMA Fest featured an array of country music's brightest stars, delivering performances that fans will cherish. The special will include:


Kelsea Ballerini — “Penthouse”

Big & Rich and HARDY — “Save A Horse (Ride a Cowboy)”

Clint Black and Jon Pardi — “Killin’ Time”

Brothers Osborne — “Break Mine” and “I Won’t Back Down”

Luke Bryan — “Love You, Miss You, Mean It”

Terri Clark and Lainey Wilson — “Poor, Poor Pitiful Me”

Jordan Davis — “Next Thing You Know”

Jackson Dean — “Fearless”

HARDY — “SIX FEET UNDER (Caleigh’s Song)”

Jelly Roll featuring Keith Urban— “Halfway To Hell” and with Lainey Wilson — “Save Me”

Cody Johnson — “That’s Texas”

Little Big Town — “Girl Crush”

Lynyrd Skynyrd — “Sweet Home Alabama” and featuring Billy F Gibbons from ZZ Top — “Call Me The Breeze”

Ashley McBryde — “The Devil I Know”

Parker McCollum — “Burn It Down”

Megan Moroney — “I’m Not Pretty”

Carly Pearce — “truck on fire”

Post Malone featuring Blake Shelton — “Pour Me A Drink”

Shaboozey — “A Bar Song (Tipsy)”

Brittney Spencer — “I Got Time”

The War And Treaty — “Called You By Your Name”

Thomas Rhett — “Beautiful As You”

Keith Urban — “Messed Up As Me” and with Lainey Wilson — “GO HOME W U”

Gretchen Wilson and Ashley McBryde — “Redneck Woman”

Lainey Wilson — “Hang Tight Honey”

Bailey Zimmerman — “Where It Ends”


Mark Your Calendars for CMA Fest 2025

The excitement doesn’t end with this year’s festival. Fans eager to experience the magic of CMA Fest live can look forward to the 52nd CMA Fest, scheduled for June 5-8, 2025, in Nashville. Four-night stadium passes will go on sale through Ticketmaster starting Tuesday, June 25 at 10:00 AM CT. Subscribers to the CMA Country Connection email list will have early access to presale tickets beginning Monday, June 24 at 10:00 AM CT.


Don't miss this chance to relive the magic of country music's biggest night from the comfort of your home, and start planning for next year's unforgettable event. Tune in to "CMA Fest" on June 25 and let the music take you on a journey!

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