Chris Young, Randy Houser and Frankie Ballard are scheduled to headline Headwaters Country Jam 2017, a three-day country music festival scheduled for mid-June in Montana, and on Wednesday (May 3), festival organizers revealed the event's full daily lineup. Festivalgoers will be able to experience three full days of exciting up-and-comers and country music favorites leading up to each night's headliner performance.

Held over three days at the Bridge in Three Forks, Mont., Headwaters Country Jam will, in 2017, take place June 15-17. On Thursday (June 15), Ballard will headline the festival's first day of music; he'll be preceded by performances from the Devon Worley Band, McKenna Faith and Steve Moakler.

On Friday (June 16), Caroline Gray will open up the festivities and be followed by performances from Morgan Myles, Tim Montana and the Shrednecks and ‘90s country icon Neal McCoy, before the day's headliner, Houser, takes the stage. And on Saturday (June 17), Young will close out Headwaters Country Jam 2017; the event's final day will also include performances from Sasha McVeigh, Chad Bramlet, the Cold Hard Cash Show and Lonestar.

Founded in 2008, Headwaters Country Jam is widely regarded as Montana’s best country music festival. In its 10-year history, the festival has hosted artists such as Eric Church, Pat Green, Clint Black and the Eli Young Band, among others. The festival grounds span 12 acres, complete with camping spaces, a horseshoe tournament and, of course, plenty of beer.

Tickets for Headwaters Country Jam 2017 are currently on sale. Both general admission and VIP tickets are available, and a variety of camping lots are also up for reservation.

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