The largest country music festival in Montana, Headwaters Country Jam, has revealed its very first headliner for 2016 -- and it's Lee Brice!

The "I Don't Dance" hitmaker, known for his prolific songwriting skills and songs such as "Love Like Crazy," "I Drive Your Truck" and "That Don't Sound Like You," will light up the stage at the mid-June festival. And by that time, Brice may have a new trophy on his shelf, as he is nominated for Song of the Year at the 2015 CMA Awards.

With gorgeous Montana scenery and Brice on stage, Headwaters Country Jam 2016 is shaping up to be the perfect summer experience for country music fans. The event is set to take place June 16-18, 2016, at a venue known as "the Bridge," located between Three Forks and Whitehall, Mont., with the Jefferson River just a short distance away.

Both national and local artists will be performing on two stages; additional acts, including the fest's other two headliners, will be announced in the coming months. Past headliners include Eric Church, Chase Rice, Luke Bryan, Eli Young Band and more.

Headwaters Country Jam is one of the premiere music and camping festivals in the Rocky Mountains, and our 2016 lineup will feature some of the biggest names in contemporary country music,” says Dhruv Prasad, executive vice president of live events for Townsquare Media, Inc., the festival's parent company. “We look forward to welcoming our fans back to the Bridge!”

Tickets for Headwaters Country Jam 2016 went on sale at 9AM ET at General admission and VIP tickets are available for the full weekend starting at $120 and $260, respectively, and GA and VIP packages including a campsite are available at $275 and $580, respectively. Single-day tickets will be made available in spring of 2016.