Summerfest, an annual music festival held in Milwaukee, Wis., is one of the biggest and most eclectic events across the nation, and now country music's own Luke Bryan has been announced as a headlining act.

The 'Play It Again' singer will headline the June 28 lineup. He will be joined by fellow country star Danielle Bradbery, with the rest of the evening's roster expected to be announced shortly.

Other artists performing as part of the 11-day event include Brad Paisley, the Zac Brown Band, Melissa Etheridge, Thompson Square, Kip Moore, Bonnie Raitt, Arctic Monkeys, Cole Swindell, Clay Walker, Cheap Trick, the Fray, Scotty McCreery, 38 Special, the Nitty Gritty Dirt Band, David Nail and Michael McDonald.

Summerfest, which boasts more than 1000 performers, will be held June 25-29 and July 1-6. Tickets for the entire event are on sale here. Tickets for Bryan's show will go on sale on May 3.

Bryan's appearance at Summerfest comes in the middle of his That's My Kind of Night Tour, which will head to Canada next week, followed by stops in Louisiana, North Carolina and Virginia. See all of his upcoming shows here.