Nashville star Connie Britton is headed to Atlanta.
The auburn-haired beauty is going to be honored along with Megan Boone from The Blacklist at this year's aTVfest taking place in the Georgia capital Feb. 6-8.
Britton will receive the Icon Award. Boone will take home the Rising Star Award.
"Connie Britton is one of the most outstanding actresses on television today having created iconic roles on Nashville, American Horror Story and Friday Night Lights," aTVfest director of programming and operations Christina Routhier said in a statement. "Boone's performance on NBC's The Blacklist is one of the standout roles from this television season."
Other celebs expected at the three-day event include Orange Is the New Black's Uzo Aduba, Danielle Brooks, Samira Wiley and Matt McGorry as well as Murray Bartlett, Raul Castillo and O.T. Fagbenele from HBO's new gay dramedy, Looking. (Yours truly will be moderating panels for both OITNB and Looking.)
CeeLo Green will present a sneak peek at his new reality show, CeeLo Green's The Good Life.
The festival is presented by the Savannah College of Art and Design.