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Here Are the Presenters and Performers of the 2020 ACM Awards

Fifteen-time ACM winner Keith Urban will pull double duty tomorrow night (Sept. 16) as host and performer at the 2020 ACM Awards, which will be hosted in Nashville for the first time in the award show’s 55-year history.

Billboard broke the news yesterday (Sept. 14) all five nominees for entertainer of the year — Carrie UnderwoodLuke BryanEric ChurchLuke Combs and Thomas Rhett — will take the stage to perform a medley of their greatest hits.

Taylor Swift also returns to the stage for the first time in seven years to perform her country-leaning fan-favorite track “Betty” off her Billboard 200 No. 1 album Folklore. Urban and P!nk plan to make the world television premiere of their brand new collaboration “One Too Many,” which is from the country star’s forthcoming album, The Speed of Now, Part 1.

Country acts Cam, Lauren Alaina, Darius Rucker, Runaway June, and Clint Black and his wife, Lisa Hartman Black, will stand in as presenters. Some ACM Awards winners have already been crowned, including Rhett for video of the year with “Remember You Young” and Riley Green and Tenille Townes for new male and female artist of the year, respectively. Green and Townes will also perform.

Below, find all the presenters and performers for the 2020 ACM Awards, which will broadcast from three Music City venues, the Ryman Auditorium, the Grand Ole Opry House and the Bluebird Cafe, on Wednesday (Sept. 16) at 8 p.m. ET on CBS.


Bobby Bones


CeCe Winans

Clint Black and Lisa Hartman Black

Darius Rucker

Lauren Alaina

Lily Aldridge

Runaway June


Blake Shelton and Gwen Stefani

Carrie Underwood from the Grand Ole Opry House

Carrie Underwood, Luke Bryan, Eric Church, Luke Combs and Thomas Rhett

Dan + Shay from the Grand Ole Opry House

Eric Church from the Grand Ole Opry House

Florida Georgia Line from the Grand Ole Opry House

Gabby Barrett from the Ryman Auditorium

Jimmie Allen from the Bluebird Cafe

Kane Brown from the Grand Ole Opry House

Keith Urban and P!nk from the Grand Ole Opry House

Kelsea Ballerini from the Ryman Auditorium

Luke Bryan from the Grand Ole Opry House

Luke Combs from the Bluebird Cafe

Maren Morris from the Ryman Auditorium

Mickey Guyton from the Grand Ole Opry House

Miranda Lambert feat. Natalie Hemby and Luke Dick from the Bluebird Cafe

Morgan Wallen from the Grand Ole Opry House

Old Dominion from the Ryman Auditorium

Riley Green from the Ryman Auditorium

Taylor Swift from the Grand Ole Opry House

Tenille Townes from the Ryman Auditorium

Thomas Rhett feat. Jon Pardi from the Ryman Auditorium

Tim McGraw from the Bluebird Cafe

Trisha Yearwood

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