CBS’ New Year’s Eve Live: Nashville’s Big Bash Adds Jon Pardi, Carly Pearce and More To Lineup

by Jonathan Howard
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It looks like the CBS New Year’s Eve Live: Nashville’s Big Bash is going to be exactly what the title advertises.

Nashville is Music City, USA. So, the city has seen quite a few parties in its time. There is no shortage of talent, either. However, CBS plans to bring the biggest stars in country music together to make New Year’s Eve 2021 one to remember.

Fans are going to be singing into 2022 with Nashville’s Big Bash. The city just seems to get cooler every year. This is going to add to that for sure. While some artists had already been announced for the show, a new batch was recently released. Folks, we’re talking Jon Pardi, Carly Pearce, Sam Hunt, Riley Green, Lainey Wilson, and more!

The end of the year is always a great time to catch a good show. Now, CBS is bringing one of the best groups of country music talent to one place. A press release for the event said, “The five-hour celebration will ring in the New Year with high-energy performances of the lineup’s biggest hits and once-in-a-lifetime collaborations of some of the greatest country music songs of all time.”

Sign me up.

Other Stars Set to Perform at New Year’s Eve Live

There is going to be a little something for everyone at Nashville’s Big Bash. While it might not be in Texas, Music City does just about everything big. I already mentioned some artists before. However, fans will be treated to some Lady A, BRELAND, King Calaway.

Oh, and don’t forget acts like Jason Aldean, Dierks Bentley, Brooks & Dunn, Luke Bryan, Miranda Lambert, Darius Rucker, and The Voice‘s Blake Shelton. And that’s STILL not all of the artists that will be there!

Nashville’s Big Bash is going to be hours of entertainment and fun. There will be some great New Year’s festivities all night long. This is going to be an event unlike any other on the night. While pop stars and more perform across other networks and around the world, this is going to be a special event. At midnight ET, the night will end with not a ball drop, but the drop of a music note.

All the stars will be there. Young, old, and all beloved by fans around the country and around the world. Nashville’s Big Bash will also mark a big milestone for CBS.

Nashville’s Big Bash is First CBS New Year’s Event in 22 Years

The last time that CBS had a New Year’s celebration was before the turn of the millennium. Back on December 31, 1999. Since then, it has taken a back seat on the eve of the new year. So, this is a big deal and to get country music involved makes it even better.

While the central time zone doesn’t get much love, Nashville’s Big Bash is set to change that with this event. There will be a lot of eyes on Music City as humanity celebrates the turning of the year.

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