The three-day outdoor Watershed Music Festival is only two years in the making, but it's drawing some big names to headline the performances. Luke Bryan, Toby Keith and Brad Paisley are among the talented country crooners who will take the stage at The Gorge Amphitheatre August 2-4. Sounds like this is a "can't miss" experience!

The three-day event held its inaugural festival last year, and it was immediately a hit in the country music scene.

"This time last year, as we were getting ready to announce the first year of this festival, we knew we had a great location and a unique concept for country fans. But we didn't know how amazing the weekend would turn out to be," said Brian O'Connell, five-time ACM Promoter of the Year and President of Live Nation, Nashville. "We were blown away by the fans and the support from the artists. We have some new surprises planned for this year and hope to keep making it bigger and better year after year."

In addition to Bryan, Keith and Paisley, the festival will host Lee Brice, Terri Clark, Kip Moore, Thompson Square, Chris Young and several other country music performers. Plus, Shooter Jennings and Blackberry Smoke will host "World Famous Late Night Honky Tonk" sets in the wee hours of the morning.

If you want to block out a weekend of great camping and even better music, then scope out the camping tickets, which are available now, starting at $110. Festival passes will sell for $149. Click here to learn more.