The all-star lineup for WE Fest 2016 just got even bigger. Joe Nichols, LoCash, Granger Smith and more top country acts have been added to the bill for the annual country music and camping festival.

Nichols released his most recent single, "Freaks Like Me," in September. The rockin' country song is the first taste we've had of his next studio album, which he says will stick to traditional country, though he also plans to cover "Baby Got Back." LoCash have just released a new EP, I Love This Life, and scored a hit single with its title song, while Smith parlayed his indie success into a deal with Wheelhouse Records and a successful single, "Backroad Song."

He'll be bringing along his comical alter ego, Earl Dibbles Jr., for the ride at WE Fest 2016, which is set to take place at Soo Pass Ranch in Detroit Lakes, Minn. from Aug. 4-6. Halfway to Hazard, William Michael Morgan and Amanda Watkins have also been announced for the lineup, joining previously announced headliners Eric Church, Tim McGraw and Kid Rock, as well as mainstream country stars including Lee Brice, Billy Currington, Gary Allan and Montgomery Gentry.

Tickets are currently on sale for WE Fest 2016 at this link, starting at $139 for a three-day general admission pass. There are also camping options and various VIP packages available, including special seating, catered meals and beverages. Ticket prices will increase as more acts are announced for the all-star lineup in early 2016, so there will never be a better time to purchase tickets to WE Fest 2016.

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