Tonight is a huge night for Nashville and all of country music. The 47th Annual Country Music Awards begin airing at 8 p.m. ET on ABC, but for those of you who will be on the move during the big show, we’ve got the low-down on where you can watch online!

According to the website for the awards show, this year’s awards are getting very fancy and will offer fans a 360-degree view of the action, aptly calling it CMA Awards 360. Fans will have access to 11 different cameras that can only be viewed on CMAawards.com.

Just a few different views fans can expect to access include: Red Carpet, Backstage, Director’s View, Audience Cam, and Press Room. Wow, it’s going to feel like we’re actually there in Music City for the fun!

“Today’s Country Music fans are sophisticated and tech savvy, and they crave a second-screen experience for Country Music’s Biggest Night,” says Ben Bennett, CMA Director of Digital Strategy. “We’re excited to engage the format’s passionate fans in this new way, while bringing them closer than ever before to the behind-the-scenes action at the most prestigious Country awards broadcast.”

The livestream is going to start at 5 p.m. ET today at the start of the red carpet and will continue all the way through the 3-hour broadcast, which begins at 8 p.m. ET. Brace yourselves for some Southern lovin’ tonight.

Carson Blackwelder is an Associate Editor at Wetpaint Entertainment. Follow him on Twitter and Google+!

Tonight is a huge night for Nashville and all of country music. The 47th Annual Country Music Awards begin airing at 8 p.m. ET on ABC, but for those of you who will be on the move during the big show, we’ve got the low-down on where you can watch online!

According to the website for the awards show, this year’s awards are getting very fancy and will offer fans a 360-degree view of the action, aptly calling it CMA Awards 360. Fans will have access to 11 different cameras that can only be viewed on CMAawards.com.

Just a few different views fans can expect to access include: Red Carpet, Backstage, Director’s View, Audience Cam, and Press Room. Wow, it’s going to feel like we’re actually there in Music City for the fun!

“Today’s Country Music fans are sophisticated and tech savvy, and they crave a second-screen experience for Country Music’s Biggest Night,” says Ben Bennett, CMA Director of Digital Strategy. “We’re excited to engage the format’s passionate fans in this new way, while bringing them closer than ever before to the behind-the-scenes action at the most prestigious Country awards broadcast.”

The livestream is going to start at 5 p.m. ET today at the start of the red carpet and will continue all the way through the 3-hour broadcast, which begins at 8 p.m. ET. Brace yourselves for some Southern lovin’ tonight.

Carson Blackwelder is an Associate Editor at Wetpaint Entertainment. Follow him on Twitter and Google+!