Kelsea Ballerini, Morgan Wallen, Post Malone and More Stars Added to 2023 CMA Awards Performers Lineup

The 57th Annual CMA Awards, hosted by Luke Bryan and Peyton Manning, will air live from Nashville on Nov. 8 on ABC

<p>ANGELA WEISS/AFP via Getty, Taylor Hill/FilmMagic, John Lamparski/WireImage</p> Kelsea Ballerini; Morgan Wallen; Post Malone

ANGELA WEISS/AFP via Getty, Taylor Hill/FilmMagic, John Lamparski/WireImage

Kelsea Ballerini; Morgan Wallen; Post Malone

This year's lineup of CMA Awards performers just got even more stacked.

On Wednesday, the Country Music Association unveiled the second round of performers set to take the stage at the 2023 CMA Awards, including Kelsea Ballerini, Morgan Wallen, Post Malone and more.

Also added to the annual ceremony's performer lineup are Kenny Chesney, Luke Combs, Dan + Shay, Jordan Davis, HARDY, Alan Jackson, Cody Johnson, Mac McAnally, Ashley McBryde, The War And Treaty and Zac Brown Band.

<p>Jason Kempin/Getty</p> Luke Combs

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Luke Combs

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Ballerini will deliver a rendition of her Rolling Up the Welcome Mat track "Leave Me Again," while Combs, 33, is set to sing his new single "Where the Wild Things Are" and Dan + Shay will perform their latest hit "Save Me the Trouble."

Davis will offer a performance of his song "Next Thing You Know," and Johnson, 36, is going to croon his romantic track "The Painter."

McBryde will bring her song "Light On In the Kitchen" to life on stage, while The War and Treaty will perform their recent single "That's How Love Is Made."

<p>Katie Kauss</p> Ashley McBryde

Katie Kauss

Ashley McBryde

McAnally, Jackson and Zac Brown Band are set to team up for a special tribute to the late Jimmy Buffett, who died of cancer on Sept. 1 at age 76.

Wallen will appear on stage for two performances — one showcasing a track from his One Thing at a Time album with a special guest and another that'll see him join forces with HARDY and Post Malone for a medley of country classics.

Previously announced performers for the awards show include Luke Bryan, Jelly Roll, K. Michelle, Little Big Town, Megan Moroney, Old Dominion, Carly Pearce, Chris Stapleton, Tanya Tucker and Lainey Wilson.

Taylor Hill/FilmMagic Jelly Roll
Taylor Hill/FilmMagic Jelly Roll

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Bryan will sing a medley of hits including “Huntin’, Fishin’ and Lovin’ Every Day,” “One Margarita,” “That’s My Kind Of Night,” “Play It Again” and “Country Girl (Shake It For Me)."

Jelly Roll is also set to perform twice — once to open the show with his single "Need a Favor" and again with K. Michelle to duet a version of The Judds' "Love Can Build a Bridge."

Another double performer during the show will be Stapleton, singing his recent single "White Horse" and teaming up with Pearce for their "We Don't Fight Anymore" duet."

<p>Kevin Winter/Getty</p> Chris Stapleton

Kevin Winter/Getty

Chris Stapleton

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Wilson will deliver her recent song "Wildflowers and Wild Horses," Tucker will join Little Big Town for a rendition of her classic "Delta Dawn" and Old Dominion will get together with Moroney for their duet "Can't Break Up Now."

The 2023 CMA Awards, hosted by Bryan and Peyton Manning will air live from Nashville’s Bridgestone Arena on Nov. 8 at 8 p.m. ET on ABC and stream exclusively on Hulu the following day.

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