Lauren Mayell took the stage at last year’s Alberta Country Music Awards. The singer will be back again this year. file photo

Performers announced for Alberta Country Music Awards

Awards will be held Jan. 27th at the Sheraton in Red Deer

The Association of Country Music in Alberta (ACMA)™ is excited to announce the performers taking the stage at the Alberta Country Music Awards™ on Jan. 27th, 2019 at the Sheraton Red Deer Hotel.

The evening’s performers will include all five of the ACMA™ Rising Star Award Nominees including Karac Hendriks, Lauren Mayell, The Prairie States, Nice Horse, Trevor Panczak, Krissy Feniak, Drew Gregory, Michela Sheedy, Ryan Langlois, along with a performance by host CCMA-winner Aaron Goodvin, who is nominated for the Entertainer of the Year award.

The Alberta Country Music Awards™ weekend Jan. 26th to 27th will include:

  • ACMA™ Songwriters Series
  • ACMA™ Kick-Off Party
  • ACMA™ Fan Fest
  • ACMA™ Conference
  • 2018 Alberta Country Music Awards™ red carpet and awards show event

– Submitted by the Association of Country Music in Alberta

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