Giddy on up, a night of country fun is right around the corner.
The first ever People's Choice Country Awards is coming to Nashville's iconic Grand Ole Opry House on Thursday, Sept. 28.—and E! News is breaking down what to expect from the highly anticipated night.
As for fan favorites that are nominated for awards? The list includes Morgan Wallen leading the board with 11 nominations, followed by Luke Combs and Hardy who picked up nine nominations each. Other singers up for multiple awards: Jelly Roll with eight and Lainey Wilson following with seven.
Meanwhile, during the show Wynonna Judd is set to receive the Country Champion Award, celebrating not only her decades-long music career but also her work with organizations like the Wounded Warrior Project and Habitat for Humanity.
Keep reading to find out everything there is to know about the PCCAs...
When are the 2023 People's Choice Country Awards and when do they start?
The 2023 PCCAs will take place on Thursday, September 28, 2023, at 8 p.m. ET/5 p.m. PT on NBC and Peacock.
Where will the 2023 PCCAs be held?
The 2023 PCCAs will have its first-ever show at the Grand Ole Opry House in Nashville.
How can you watch this year's PCCAs?
The show will air live simultaneously on NBC and Peacock along with on all social platforms.
Who is hosting the 2023 PCCAs?
Iconic country music group Little Big Town will host the inaugural People's Choice Country Awards.
Who is nominated for the 2023 PCCAs?
Nominees include Morgan Wallen with 11 nods. Next up is Luke Combs and Hardy with nine nods each. Jelly Roll has eight nominations while Lainey Wilson received seven. Fan favorites such as Elle King and Carrie Underwood are up for The Female Artist Of 2023, while Old Dominion and Zach Bryan are two out of many stars battling for The People's Artist Of 2023.
Who's performing at the 2023 PCCAs?
A whole lot of superstars will take to the PCCAs stage to perform, such as Little Big Town, Toby Keith and Wynonna Judd.