Sunday night at the ACMs Award Show, Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones and Country Music legend, George Strait, let the cat outta the bag --the 50th Annual ACM Award Show will be heading to the Big D!

And of course by "The Big D," I mean Arlington.

Since opening it's doors in 2009, Jones has made it a point to bring the biggest events to North Texas and AT&T Stadium. Just this week NCAA's March Madness wrapped up in the house that Jerry built, and you probably remember in 2011 Super Bowl XLV was played there. And this June George Strait will put a bow on his historic career there.

“We couldn’t be more thrilled about the ACM Awards coming to AT&T Stadium next year. It will be the first event of its kind at the home of the Dallas Cowboys. The stadium was built to host world class events such as this, and it doesn’t get any bigger than the ACMs. The excitement from fans across the country, our great fans in Texas, and this venue will provide the biggest and best stage available to showcase country music and its stars to the world,” said Jones.

Blake Shelton and Luke Bryan are set to return as hosts next year. It will mark the their third consecutive year the two have teamed up to co-host.