The performers for the 2018 CMA Music Festival have been announced. Carrie Underwood and Keith Urban are among the top country talent who will lead the four-day festival, which takes place in Nashville from June 7-10 in 2018.

Urban and Underwood will be among the most anticipated acts to perform nightly at Nissan Stadium, along with Dierks Bentley, Carly Pearce, Chris Stapleton and more. Highlights will be compiled for a TV special that will air later in the year.

Urban has just released a new single, "Coming Home," from his upcoming Graffiti U album. The song is a duet with pop star Julia Michaels. Underwood has mostly been quiet save for a few TV appearances over the last year, but she recently revealed she is working on new music. Other than her newly announced gig at CMA Fest, the only show currently on her calendar for 2018 is We Fest, which takes place from Aug. 2-4 in Detroit Lakes, Minn.

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The Country Music Association announced the initial lineups for 2018 in a tweet on Wednesday (March 21). CMA Fest will also include performances on the Riverfront Stage, the Breakout Stage at Walk of Fame Park and the Forever Country Stage.

Devin Dawson, Lanco, Maddie & Tae and more are among the acts slated for the Riverfront Stage, while Abby Anderson, the James Barker Band, Ashley McBryde, Steve Moakler and others will grace the Breakout Stage. Classic stars including Terri Clark, Lonestar, Lorrie Morgan and more will perform on the Forever Country Stage, spotlighting artists from the 1980s, '90s and 2000s.

A full schedule of artists and daily lineups is posted on the 2018 CMA Fest's official website. Tickets are available now, and more artists and details are to be announced in the coming weeks.

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