Three of country’s biggest names — Jason Aldean, Lady Antebellum and Eric Church — will be headlining Michigan’s Faster Horses Festival this summer for the fourth annual event.

The three-day country music and camping festival takes place in Brooklyn, Mich. July 15-17, 2016, and packs a powerful lineup, including Granger Smith (feat. Earl Dibbles, Jr. of course), A Thousand Horses, Big & Rich, Sam Hunt, Travis Tritt and more.

Passes for the event go on sale Feb. 12 at 10AM ET on the event website. The 2015 festival brought thousands to the site and featured Brad Paisley as one of the headliners. The event is described as a community festival of country fans who don’t just come to hear one band, they come to hear them all.

“In 2013 we played Faster Horses. It was off the chain, and we still talk about it,” says Brian Kelley of Florida Georgia Line in a promotional video from last year’s event. “We literally compare every show to Faster Horses,” Tyler Hubbard adds.

Aldean is currently on the road for his We Were Here tour, which kicked off Jan. 14 and features Thomas Rhett and A Thousand Horses as its openers. Lady Antebellum are on a break from touring right now, but Charles Kelly has kept busy with his first foray into a solo career in the meantime. Church recently headlined the college football National Championship tailgate show and has also collaborated with the legendary Hank Williams, Jr. for a Waylon Jennings cover, “Are You Ready for the Country?” which appears on Williams’ new record.

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