Sam Hunt has been announced as one of the headliners for the 2017 Taste of Country Music Festival. The breakout country star joins already-announced A-lister Jason Aldean for the three-day country music and camping festival, which is set to take place June 9-11 at Hunter Mountain in upstate New York, one of the most beautiful natural amphitheaters in the country.

"We're tremendously excited to add Sam Hunt to our lineup, joining our previously announced headliner Jason Aldean," Dhruv Prasad, one of the festival’s organizers, says in a press release. "Sam's latest single 'Make You Miss Me' has just hit No. 1, and it's his fourth single to reach this milestone from his platinum debut album. It's the perfect time to bring him to ToC Festival to light up our stage — it's going to be a great show!"

The Taste of Country Music Festival drew a record 53,000 country music fans in 2016 to see an all-star lineup that included headliners Kid Rock, Kenny Chesney and Jake Owen, as well as Gary Allan, Big & Rich, Frankie Ballard, Eric Paslay, Old Dominion and many more of the top acts in country music.

2017 marks the festival's fifth year, and with Aldean and Hunt already on board, ToC Fest promises to be even bigger, with another superstar headliner and many more all-star acts still to be announced.

Three-day passes for the 2017 Taste of Country Music Festival starts at only $155, with VIP Outlaw packages starting at $499. For additional information on tickets and camping packages —  which include RV, car and tent camping — visit the festival's website. You can also stay connected with the Taste of Country Music Festival on Facebook or by following the festival on Twitter.

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