There were many memorable moments at last weekend's Canadian Country Music Association Awards, but seeing performances by some of the biggest names in country music topped the list.
Below, enjoy all the performances from the 2017 CCMA Awards show.
American singer-songwriter Blake Shelton performed his brand new single “I’ll Name the Dogs.”
The CCMA Awards also welcomed another international guest — up-and-coming star Brett Young. The American singer-songwriter performed “In Case You Didn’t Know,” the second single from his debut self-titled EP.
“My favourite part about this weekend so far is probably being out here in this beautiful weather and [among] these amazing country music fans ... and knowing that we’re pretty close to getting onstage to perform a song that has done so well here in Canada,” he told us.
Hailing from Langenburg, Sask., Jess Moskaluke was nominated for female artist of the year and sang “Drive me Away.”
Brett Kissel walked away from the CCMA Awards with three awards: interactive artists of the year, male artist of the year and video of the year. He closed out the show with a debut performance of his latest single, “We Were That Song.”
Madeline Merlo was nominated for female artist of the year and performed her hit single "Motel Flamingo."
Nominated for male artist of the year and the Apple Music Fans' Choice Award, Chad Brownlee performed "Somethin' we Shouldn't Do" from his Hearts on Fire album.
Dallas Smith won single of the year for "Autograph" and had the top-selling Canadian album of the year with Side Effects. The Langley, B.C., native performed a song that he wrote for his daughter called "Sky Stays This Blue."
A small-town girl from Bowmanville, Ont., Meghan Patrick made a big impression at the CCMA Awards, winning female artist of the year and Sirius XM's Rising Star Award. She sang "Be Country With Me."
The Washboard Union performed their single "Shine" and won roots artist of the year.
Dean Brody performed "Beautiful Freakshow" with Shevy Price. The country artist's name was on three awards this year: Apple Music Fans' Choice Award, top-selling Canadian single of the year and songwriter of the year for the single "Time."
Brad and Curtis Rempel of High Valley got the crowd going with "I Be U Be." The country music duo was nominated for Apple Music Fans' Choice Award and group or duo of the year.
James Barker Band played two recent singles, "Lawn Chair Lazy" and "Chills." They were nominated for album of the year, group or duo of the year, single of the year, video of the year and the Rising Star Award.
Tim Hicks was nominated for two awards: male artist of the year and interactive artist of the year. He performed his single "Forever Rebel."
Gord Bamford and Jim Cuddy took the stage together and performed "Ain't it Grand." Bamford was nominated for male artist of the year.