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’15 ACM Awards sell out in mere minutes

’15 ACM Awards sell out in mere minutes

SELL OUT CROWD:Hosts Luke Bryan, left, and Blake Shelton speak on stage at the 49th annual Academy of Country Music Awards at the MGM Grand Garden Arena on Sunday, April 6, in Las Vegas. Next year's award show has already sold out. Photo: Associated Press/Chris Pizzello/Invision

Next year’s Academy of Country Music Awards is already a sell-out just 10 days after the latest ceremony.

Country music fans have flocked to get their hands on tickets for the 50th annual show, which will be held for the first time at AT&T Stadium in Dallas, Texas.

All available seats for the prize giving and related events sold out in just 18 minutes when they went on sale on Wednesday.

Luke Bryan and Blake Shelton, who announced the news of the new venue at the ACMs on April 6, will return to co-host the 2015 ACM Awards.

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