Hank Williams Jr. brought the second annual Taste of Country Music Festival to a rowdy close on Sunday night (June 15).

The third day of the country music and camping festival, which takes place every year at Hunter Mountain in New York, featured performances from Jessica Lynn, Chase Rice, Tyler Farr and Thomas Rhett.

Thompson Square took the stage in the evening, delivering an hour-long set of hits that showcased their vocal and personal chemistry.

Joshua Timmermans for Taste of Country Music Festival

The legendary Hank Jr. was the headliner for the final night of the festival, and he gave the audience exactly what they wanted. Beginning with an acoustic set, Williams delivered a string of his own classics, as well as covers from Johnny Cash, Waylon Jennings and  -- of course -- his father, Hank Williams.

The second part of his 90-minute set was filled with his own up-tempo hits like 'Born to Boogie,' as well as covers from ZZ Top, Ted Nugent and Aerosmith, and a snippet from Lynyrd Skynyrd.

This year's festival drew more than 40,000 country music fans to Hunter Mountain, and next year promises to be even bigger -- over the weekend, Tim McGraw was announced as one of the headliners for the 2015 Taste of Country Music Festival, which will take place June 12-14.

See more pictures from Sunday below.

Joshua Timmermans for Taste of Country Music Festival
Joshua Timmermans for Taste of Country Music Festival
Joshua Timmermans for Taste of Country Music Festival