There are plenty of reasons Tim McGraw is one of the most perennially successful acts in country music, as fans who get to catch his headlining set at WE Fest 2016 will be able to attest.

The three-day country music and camping festival is one of the biggest in North America, and its celebrating 2016 with a stellar lineup that includes McGraw, Kid Rock and Eric Church as headliners, as well as sets from Steven Tyler and his new band, Loving Mary, Lee Brice, Billy Currington, Joe Nichols, Gary Allan and many more. McGraw is set to close out the festival when he takes the stage at Soo Pass Ranch in Detroit Lakes, Minn ., on Saturday night (Aug. 6), and he'll be armed with two straight decades' worth of country hits, with a little something for everyone in the mix.

McGraw released his self-titled debut album in 2003, but didn't break through until the following year, when his sophomore album, Not a Moment Too Soon, scored four hits, including two No. 1 singles with the title song and "Don't Take the Girl." McGraw has been a dominant commercial and artistic force over the last two decades-plus of country music, re-inventing himself again and again to stay relevant and scoring a huge string of hits that includes lighter, entertaining fare like "Back When," "I Like It, I Love It" and "Where the Green Grass Grows" as well as harder-hitting, era-defining songs like "Live Like You Were Dying" and "If You're Reading This."

McGraw's recent single, "Humble and Kind," is another career-changing song that seems destined to take its place among his most important career singles. Expect that song, as well as two solid hours of nothing but top-self hits, when he brings his renowned live show to WE Fest 2016. For more information, visit the event website.

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