The 55th Annual CMA Awards go down November 10th, and the CMA just announced that the ceremony will be returning to Nashville’s Bridgestone Arena.
“We are so excited to return to Bridgestone Arena for this year’s CMA Awards ceremony,” Sarah Trahern, CMA Chief Executive Officer, shares. “We have a truly fantastic show in the works that we will share more about in the coming weeks.”
CMA also announced that the show will be complying with venue COVID protocols, and all ticketed audience members will have to show proof of vaccination and wear masks, unless eating or drinking.
- Performers and this year’s host will be announced at a later date, but Billboard reports that Reba McEntire won’t be taking on hosting duties this year. In 2019 she hosted on her own, while Darius Rucker co-hosted with her last year.
The 55th Annual CMA Awards air live on ABC.