OD, Tenille Townes, Lindsay Ell, Terri Clark and more booked for this fall’s Canadian Country Music Awards

Columbia Nashville Old Dominion and Tenille Townes are both set to perform at this year’s Canadian Country Music Awards on Sunday, September 8 in Calgary, Alberta.

It’ll be Tenille’s first time playing on an awards show in her native Canada, after topping the chart earlier this year with her debut hit, “Somebody’s Daughter.”

“Ahhhhhhhh I’m so darn excited to be playing the CCMA Awards!!!!” she tweeted. “This is such a crazy cool [honor] and a full circle dream for this Alberta girl. See ya soon Calgary!!!!!!!!!”

“Somebody’s Daughter” recently broke into the top thirty on the country chart in the U.S.

Tickets are on sale now for the show at Scotiabank Saddledome, which will also include Lindsay Ell and Terri Clark. You’ll be able to tune in live via Canada’s Global TV starting at 9 p.m. ET on September 8.

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