Billy Currington has been revealed as the third and final headliner for the 2016 Country on the River Festival, joining an all-star lineup that already includes Kid Rock and Lee Brice.

Currington is one of country music's greatest vocalists and most consistent hitmakers. He has scored nine No. 1 hits, including “Must Be Doin’ Something Right,” “Good Directions,” “That’s How Country Boys Roll,” “Hey Girl” and “Don’t It.” In January 2016 Currington released “It Don’t Hurt Like It Used To,” the third single from his current Summer Forever album.

Eli Young Band, Montgomery Gentry, Joe Nichols, Eric Paslay, the Swon Brothers, Granger Smith, LoCash, Clare Dunn, Halfway to Hazard and Amanda Watkins are also scheduled to perform at the three-day festival, which takes place Aug. 4-6, 2016 in the scenic countryside where the Wisconsin and Mississippi Rivers converge in Prairie du Chien, Wisconsin.

Tickets for Country on the River 2016 are now on sale, with general admission and VIP tickets available for the full weekend starting at $109 and $425, respectively. Camping options start at $129. General admission tickets are also available at the Piggly Wiggly in Prairie du Chien for fans who want to purchase on site. More information on ticket pricing and packages is available online at the festival's official website.

Keep up with the latest on the 2016 Country on the River Festival by following the festival on Facebook and Twitter, and if you're an avid festival-goer, you'll also want to check out Taste of Country's comprehensive guide to 2016 country music festivals.

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