Headwaters Country Jam will return to western Montana in June of this year with headliners Gary Allan, Kip Moore and Josh Turner. They'll be joined by Brett Young, Devin Dawson, Stephanie Quayle and more, rounding out what is shaping up to be a stellar lineup.

Known for radio favorites such as "Every Storm (Runs Out of Rain)" and "Nothing on But the Radio," Allan is a country classic who released his first single, "Her Man," back in 1996. For his part, Turner first made waves at the Grand Ole Opry in 2001 with his song "Long Black Train," which netted the then-fledgling artist a standing ovation and jump-started his career; his recent single "Hometown Girl" hit No. 1 on the Mediabase chart last year. And Moore, a prolific artist who has released three albums since 2012, is known for fan favorites including "Somethin' 'Bout a Truck" and last year's "More Girls Like You."

In addition to Allan, Moore, Turner, Young, Dawson and Quayle, Headwaters Country Jam 2018 will feature performances from Walker Hayes, Diamond Rio, Dylan Jakobsen and Elizabeth Lyons. This year's fest is scheduled for June 14-16.

The annual Headwaters Country Jam is the largest country music festival in the state of Montana, and 2018's event promises to be full of can't-miss performances for country music fans. Previous years' lineups have featured artists such as Frankie Ballard, Chris Young, Randy Houser, Sasha McVeigh and the Cold Hard Cash Show, to name just a few. The three-day festival will feature onsite camping and a star-studded schedule against the backdrop of the western Montana countryside.

Tickets for Headwaters Country Jam 2018 are available now, with general admission for all three days starting at $120 and VIP packages beginning at $260. Check the Headwaters Country Jam official website for the latest info about ticket details and camping options.

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