With artists like Tim McGraw, Keith Urban, the Band Perry and Toby Keith headlining Country Jam 2015, the festival is poised to be one of the hottest events of the summer. The daily lineups, as well as new ticketing details, have been revealed -- so start planning your days (and nights) around your favorite acts!

Country Jam 2015 is set to take place June 18-21 in the gorgeous setting of Grand Junction, Colo., and it will be a packed four-day event. The main stage will feature some of country's biggest and best artists, as well as promising up and comers, and on Thursday, sibling trio the Band Perry, ParmaleeLoCashLogan Mize and Sasha McVeigh will kick off the festival on that stage.

On Friday, Urban will perform on the main stage, as well as husband-and-wife duo Thompson Square, Frankie Ballard, Western Underground, Rachele Lynae and Jessica Lynn. The days will certainly pass quickly with so much top-notch country music happening, and before you know it, Saturday will bring McGraw, Billy Currington, Kacey Musgraves, Colt Ford, Jackson Michelson and Amanda Watkins to the main stage.

Last, but certainly not least, Sunday's performers include Keith, the Eli Young Band, the Randy Rogers Band, Chris Janson and Charley Jenkins.

Along with the main stage, Country Jam 2015 will also feature two side stages: Jack's Place and the So-Co Stage. There's some big talent scheduled for both stages, including Mize, Led Stetson, Covergeist, Western Underground, Lynn, Lynae, Facing West, Michelson, Lance Stinson, Watkins, RRB, SaraBeth and the Sean Curtis Band. Fans can find the detailed side stage schedule on Country Jam's website.

In addition to the exciting daily lineup announcement, it's important for fans to note that single-day tickets are now on sale, in addition to four-day GA and VIP tickets. Single-day general admission tickets start at $79, and single-day VIP tickets start at $220 -- both great options if you can't spend a whole weekend away or just really want to see the acts scheduled for one day of the festival.

Camping options are still available as well, and new campsites are being added, so head to the festival's website for all the details and to buy tickets.

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