The Headwaters Country Jam will celebrate 10 years in 2017 with a stacked lineup. The music and camping festival, which is set in the picturesque countryside of Western Montana at the Bridge near Three Forks, Mont., returns this summer from June 15-17.

Previously announced headliners for the three-day festival include Chris Young, Randy Houser and Frankie Ballard. Additional artists confirmed to play Headwaters Country Jam 2017 include Neal McCoy, Lonestar, Steve Moakler, Tim Montana and the Shrednecks, the Cold Hard Cash Show, Chad Bramlet, Morgan Myles, Devon Worley Band, Sasha McVeigh and Caroline Gray.

Country fans can purchase tickets for the 10th annual Headwaters Country Jam beginning Friday (March 3). General Admission and VIP tickets are available for the full weekend starting at $125 and $270. General Admission and VIP packages that include two weekend tickets and a campsite are available at $285 and $605 respectively. Single day tickets will be made available in the spring of 2017. More information on ticket pricing and packages is available at the festival's website.

The three-day music and camping festival has established itself as one of the most picturesque locations to hear live country music. Past festivals have featured performances by Lee Brice, Joe Nichols, Tyler Farr, Clint Black, Trace Adkins, Eric Church, Montgomery Gentry, Eli Young Band, Big & Rich, Gloriana, Justin Moore, Joe Diffie, Sammy Kershaw, Diamond Rio, the Charlie Daniels Band and Chase Rice, among others.

Keep up with the latest news about Headwaters Country Jam online at the festival's website, on Facebook and Instagram or by following @HeadwatersCJam on Twitter.

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