We already knew that the 25th annual Country Jam is going to be jam-packed (see what we did there?) with favorite country music superstars, but now, we know who will be taking the stage each day: The event's daily lineups have been announced.

The summer country music festival is set to take place at Jam Ranch in beautiful Grand Junction, Colo., on June 16-19. Among those kicking off the festivities is Lee Brice, who will headline on Thursday (June 16) night; Tyler Farr, Chase Bryant, Halfway to Hazard and Stephanie Quayle round out the first day of performers.

On Friday (June 17), Brad Paisley will be the big name of the night, but throughout the day, Joe Nichols, Easton Corbin, Neal McCoy and Drake White and the Big Fire will give fans something to cheer about. Then, on Saturday (June 18), Blake Shelton will headline the evening, following a day of performances from Big & Rich, Darryl Worley, High Valley and Annie Bosko.

Last but not least, Sunday (June 19) includes headliner Zac Brown Band, along with Trace Adkins, Canaan Smith, Aaron Watson and Lindsay Ell.

The four-day festival will also include sets from a diverse mix of rising country music talent on Jack’s Stage and the West Stage. The High Rollers, Quayle, the Kory Brunson Band, Logan Brill, the Williams Brothers Band, Andrea Vasquez, McKenna Faith, Kaitlyn Baker, Dylan Jakobsen, Adley Stump, Bosko, Lauren Ashley & the Trainwreckers, Jake Worthington, Ashley Martin and the Scotty Mac Band will all be performing on those stages throughout Country Jam 2016.

Tickets and VIP packages for Country Jam 2016 are on sale now, and single-day tickets can now be purchased for the festival as well, starting at $89. Other options for attendees include four-day general admission tickets starting at $165, reserved tickets starting at $385 and weekend VIP tickets starting at $735. If you want to pitch a tent, general admission campsites are still available starting at $159.

“We are extremely excited with our 25th anniversary lineup and can’t wait for the festival to kick off this year,” says Dhruv Prasad, executive vice president of live events for Townsquare Media, Inc., Country Jam's parent company. “By releasing single-day tickets now, we’re ensuring our fans have enough time to make their plans so we can welcome them to the Ranch in June."

For more information on camping and ticket prices, visit Country Jam's website.

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