Headwaters Country Jam has revealed another headliner for its 2016 event, and his hits include "Yeah" and "Tequila Makes Her Clothes Fall Off." That's right: Joe Nichols will be headlining the Montana-based summer festival this year!

Nichols joins previously announced headliners Lee Brice and Tyler Farr, but he's not the only act that's been added to the festival's lineup. In addition to Brice, Farr and Nichols, Chase Bryant, Mark ChesnuttDarryl Worley, Halfway to Hazard, Stephanie Quayle, Annie Bosko, Logan Brill, the Devon Worley Band, Tim Montana and the Shrednecks and Laney Lou and the Bird Dogs will be performing. 

Headwaters Country Jam is the largest country music festival in Montana. This year, it's set to take place June 16-18 at a venue that locals call "the Bridge." In addition to great country music, Headwaters Country Jam will also feature camping under the vast Montana sky, masses of fellow country music fans and fun activities such as horseshoe tournaments, dance contests and mechanical bull riding, plus food and merchandise vendors. The state-certified campground is 60 acres and holds 1,200 sites, while the arena is 12 acres.

Be sure to grab your tickets to Headwaters Country Jam 2016 now, because prices will only continue to rise from this point on. General admission tickets for the full weekend begin at $125, while VIP passes for all three days start at $260; packages that include two full-weekend tickets plus a campsite begin at $290 for GA and $585 for VIP. Single-day tickets will be made available this spring. Head to HeadwatersCountryJam.com for more information.