Country music's biggest stars will honor top talent in the genre at the 58th annual Academy of Country Music Awards Thursday night.
The presenters, performers and more details on what to expect from one of country music's biggest nights have been announced ahead of the 2023 ACM Awards, airing at 7 p.m. ET on Prime Video.
Here's what you need to know ahead of the show:
Who is hosting the ACM Awards?
At the time the hosting gig was announced, Parton shared her excitement for helming the show with Brooks.
"While I've had the pleasure of spending time with him throughout the years, I can't believe we've never had the chance to work together," she said in a statement.
Although fans can expect plenty of fun moments between the two during the show, Parton told reporters at a recent press event that they will not be singing together.
"I think Trisha [Yearwood] is going to be on, too, on the show, so I figured that I'm not going to mess with that," Parton joked, referring to Brooks' wife. "I don't want her kicking my little short butt!"
Who is nominated at the ACM Awards?
HARDY led the nominations with seven, while Lainey Wilson followed closely behind with six nominations. Kane Brown, Luke Combs, Miranda Lambert and Cole Swindell were nominated for five awards each as well.
Artists up for the coveted entertainer of the year award include Jason Aldean, Kane Brown, Luke Combs, Miranda Lambert, Chris Stapleton, Carrie Underwood and Morgan Wallen.
Check out the full list of nominations ahead of the show here.
Who is presenting at the ACM Awards?
Previously announced presenters for the show include Gabby Barrett, BRELAND, Mickey Guyton, Tyler Hubbard, TJ Osborne, Dak Prescott, Tanya Tucker and more.
Who is performing at the ACM Awards?
Along with co-hosting the awards show, Parton is also set to close the show with an epic performance. She will premiere "World on Fire," the lead single from her highly anticipated upcoming rock album, "Rockstar," out Nov. 17.
Fans should also expect several collaborations onstage, including one from Carly Pearce and Yearwood. The duo will perform a medley to celebrate the 25th anniversary of Yearwood winning female artist of the year.
Ed Sheeran, who recently released his album, "-," pronounced "Subtract," will also make his debut performance at the ACM Awards.
Other previously announced artists expected to hit the stage for performances include Lambert, Combs, Aldean, Brown, Keith Urban, Ashley McBryde and Jelly Roll, among many others.