The biggest names in the music industry will be at the 2016 iHeartRadio Music Awards this weekend. Taylor Swift, Justin Timberlake, Zayn Malik, Fetty Wap and more are expected to attend, so fans won’t want to miss out on the fun. Luckily, there are several ways to tune in.

The awards will be broadcast live at 8 p.m. EDT/5 p.m. PDT on Sunday, so make sure you’re on time. Those with cable TV will be able to watch the show on TBS, TNT and truTV. Those who want to live stream the show can go to the website for one of the networks and watch the channel live. However, they’ll need to have login information from their cable providers.

Those without login information can’t live stream, but they can still listen to the show. The 2016 iHeartRadio Music Awards will be broadcast on iHeartMedia radio stations throughout the U.S., as well as the iHeartRadio website and app.

Live-streaming will be especially helpful for country music fans. While the ceremony at the Forum in Los Angeles will host a few country artists, such as Brad Paisley, most musicians from the genre will be at the Academy of Country Music (ACM) Awards in Las Vegas on the same night. Fans with multiple devices can potentially watch both shows at once. Check out live stream information for the ACM Awards HERE

Viewers are waiting to see if their choices won awards. The 2016 iHeartRadio Awards allows fans to vote in several categories. Best fan army, best lyrics, best collaboration, best cover song, best song from a movie, most meme-able moment and biggest triple threat will be determined by online votes. Audiences can vote up to 50 times a day on the iHeartRadio website through the awards show.

There are a few awards that have already been announced. Taylor Swift is set to be the first winner of the best tour category. Meanwhile, Adele will not attend the ceremony and was surprised with her song of the year statue during a concert in Birmingham, England. The rest of the winners will have to wait until the ceremony to see if they’re the new owners of an iHeartRadio statue.