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Little Big Town hosting 2019 CMT Music Awards

Pre-sale and general sale ticket dates set for May 10th and May 11th via Ticketmaster

CMT has unveiled that GRAMMY-winning country group Little Big Town will return to host the 2019 CMT Music Awards for the second consecutive year. The fan-voted award show airs live from Music City’s Bridgestone Arena on Wednesday, June 5th at 8 pm ET/PT and features country music’s biggest stars. Chart-topping country singer-songwriter Carly Pearce will reveal the nominations for this year’s show on Tuesday, May 7th on NBC’s TODAY with Hoda and Jenna, along with along with a special performance of “Closer To You” (Big Machine Records).

Little Big Town has graced the CMT Music Awards stage as both hosts and honorees, with three past wins in the “Group Video of the Year” category and multiple show-stopping performances over the years. The announcement of the chart-topping recording artists returning to host comes on the heels of the release of their critically acclaimed new song “The Daughters,” from their upcoming ninth studio album.

Fans can purchase pre-sale tickets for the 2019 CMT Awards beginning Friday, May 10th at 11 am ET via Ticketmaster using password “BUCKLEUP.” General sale begins Saturday, May 11th at 11 am ET.

A limited amount of Ultimate Insider VIP Experiences are available for fans seeking celebrity treatment at the 2019 CMT Music Awards. VIPs will have the opportunity to walk the red carpet and snap a professional photo in addition to watching the show from a premium seat or the standing room pit. Before the Awards show, VIP guests will get to attend select rehearsals and soundcheck, while also having guaranteed access to a taping of CMT Crossroads, CMT New Artist Showcase, the CMT Songbird Supper Club Dinner featuring high profile chefs from around the country and some of the hottest emerging artists on the Nashville scene, and more.

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