Luke Bryan

https://cmafest.com/watch/

Luke Bryan will be hosting the three-hour CMA Best of Fest, with special appearances from your favorite country music stars!


The special will feature 25 performances from the past 16 years featuring Kelsea Ballerini, Tim Mcgraw, Carrie Underwood, and more. In addition to those performances, the Rascal Flatts, Blake Shelton, Miranda Lambert and more are set to perform live during the broadcast. To end out the night, Bryan and Darius Rucker will come together for an all new performance.

In an appearance on Good Morning America, Bryan expressed his feeling on the upcoming special:

"I'm so glad that we were able to put a show together with 'CMA Best of Fest' and let the fans at home relive a lot of these memories."

Bryan continued by mentioning how emotional it was to film without an audience:

"I hosted this show in an empty football stadium and it was very emotional. It was just heartbreaking that all of our fans couldn't be there this year, but it's just one more testament of how crazy this year is."

CMA Best of Fest will air tonight on ABC at 8 PM ET. For more info on how to watch click here.

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