A date for the 2021 CMT Awards has been announced.
Country music‘s biggest stars will be celebrated at the fan-voted award show on June 9 at 8 p.m. ET/7 p.m. CT, the channel said Thursday.
CMT promises to deliver “two-and-a-half hours of nonstop performances and one-of-a-king collaborations in and around Music City.”
The show will air on CMT and simulcast networks will be announced at a later date.
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Dan + Shay (left), Carrie Underwood (center) and Luke Bryan (right) were among the stars who were recognized during the 2020 CMT Awards.
Hosts and performers have yet to be announced but it’ll likely involve some of this year’s top talent. CMT has yet to explain how this year’s show will run given the ongoing pandemic. Last year’s show was held virtually in October.
The 2020 award show featured artists Kane Brown and Ashley McBryde serving as co-hosts alongside “Modern Family” alum Sarah Hyland.
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In this video image provided by CMT, Carrie Underwood accepts the female of the year award for ‘Drinking Alone’ during the 2020 CMT Music Awards.
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The 2020 virtual event saw Maren Morris, Luke Bryan and Shania Twain hit the stage while pop stars like Halsey and Noah Cyrus also performed.
Carrie Underwood took home the top honor at last year’s awards, winning video of the year for her song, “Drinking Alone.”
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The winners of the awards are decided by fan votes online, making the CMT Music Awards the only country music awards show decided entirely by fan voting.