The show will stream live once again on Prime Video

The Academy of Country Music Awards will return to Frisco, Texas, this May.

The 59th edition of the annual show will take place May 16 at the Ford Center, which is otherwise utilized as the Dallas Cowboys’ practice facility. The ACMs will stream live on Prime Video.

Tickets for the 2024 ACMs will go on sale to the general public March 8 at 11 a.m. ET via SeatGeek, with prices expected to range between $330 and $1,200 (before taxes and fees). A pre-sale for ACM A-List subscribers will start March 6; fans can still sign up for the free ACM A-List newsletter to access a pre-sale code for tickets. 

No other details about this year’s Academy of Country Music Awards have been announced just yet, including nominees, hosts, or performers. Last year’s show was helmed by Dolly Parton and Garth Brooks, and featured some memorable performances by Miranda Lambert, Cody Johnson (who celebrated Willie Nelson’s 90th birthday by covering “Mammas Don’t Let Your Babies Grow Up to Be Cowboys”), and Luke Combs, who was joined onstage by Ed Sheeran for a rendition of the latter’s “Life Goes On.”


Lainey Wilson took home the most awards in 2023, including big wins for Female Artist of the Year and Album of the Year for Bell Bottom Country (which recently won the country album Grammy, as well). Entertainer of the Year went to Chris Stapleton, Morgan Wallen won Male Artist of the Year, Old Dominion took home Group of the Year, and Brothers Osborne secured Duo of the Year.

Last year, Rolling Stone’s parent company, Penske Media, acquired Dick Clark Productions, which produces the ACM Awards.

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