It's that time of year again—the Academy of Country Music Awards are coming back to Las Vegas! Billed as "Country Music's Biggest Party," the annual award show is celebrating 53 years of honoring our favorite country music stars. We've been living off the thrills of last year's spectacle—specifically the unforgettable performance by Florida Georgia Line and the Backstreet Boys—but with nominees including Miranda Lambert, Luke Bryan, Keith Urban, and many more, this year's show is sure to be one to remember. Especially given that Reba McEntire is returning to host the show for the 15th time and is nominated for Female Vocalist of the Year for the 16th time! Here's how to tune in.
When the ACM Awards Are On
Clear your schedule—the Academy of Country Music Awards air Sunday, April 15 from 8 p.m. to 11 p.m. ET on CBS. The awards will be broadcast live from the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas.
Is There an ACM Awards Pre-Show?
The 2017 awards included a two-hour pre-show before the big event, but so far, nothing has been announced about a pre-show taking place before the awards this year.
How to Live Stream the ACM Awards
This year, the ACMs available for both iPhone and Android users. According to the ACM website, the app "offers fans the latest on performers, ticket info, and concert schedules for all ACM Party for a Cause events, as well as the latest news, exclusive videos, and info on nominees for this year's 53rd ACM Awards."
You can also watch the awards on your computer, tablet, or mobile device via . You can sign up for one free week of the program, and continue the service for $6 per month.