Nashville's annual Music City Food and Wine Festival will be held this weekend (Sept. 20 and 21). The event, founded by Kings of Leon, will include world-renowned chefs, cooking demonstrations and a night of music with performances by some of country and rock music's biggest stars.

Hunter Hayes, Jamey Johnson, Lady Antebellum's Charles Kelley, Michael McDonald, Ashley Monroe, Clare Bowen and Phosphorescent will all take the stage during Harvest Night, along with Kings of Leon. Each act will be backed by the Long Players, a band of studio musicians.

"Harvest Night is going to be a fun night of food, music, drinks and more drinks," Kings of Leon drummer Nathan Followill says. "Expect a surprise or two, and come hungry and thirsty!"

See a complete list of performers here.

Michael Symon, Andrew Zimmern, Masaharu Morimoto, Tyler Florence, Tim Love, Amanda Freitag and Trisha Yearwood are among the chefs who will appear during the two-day festival. A complete lineup can be found here.

Harvest Night will be held at the Walk of Fame Park on Saturday night (Sept. 20). Tickets are still available and can be purchased here.