A list of which artists will be performing on which days at 2015 Country Jam has been revealed. The Band Perry, Keith Urban, Tim McGraw and Toby Keith are headlining the four day festival in Grand Junction, Colo. In addition, two separate stages will be rocking before and between sets.

Single day tickets are also on sale as of today. Go see Thursday's roster for just $79, or the weekend's supersized lineup for $99. VIP single day tickets are also available, starting at $220. As a VIP you'll get a premium seat and access to unlimited food and beverages in the hospitality tent.

Parmalee, LoCash, Logan Mize and Sasha McVeigh will take the main stage on Thursday, June 18, with the Band Perry headlining. In addition, you’ll find Mize and Led Stetson at the Jack’s Place stage, and Covergeist playing the So-Co Stage. All three stages are reachable from the festival grounds and campgrounds.

On Friday, June 19 Urban will headline a full day of music on the main stage, with Thompson Square, Frankie Ballard, Western Underground, Rachele Lynae and Jessica Lynn opening. Lynn and Western Underground will also play the Jack’s Place stage, while Lynae and Facing West will play the So-Co Stage. The So-Co Stage is stage right, about halfway between the main stage and campground, while Jack’s Place stage is in the back, stage left corner.

Saturday, June 20 begins with Amanda Watkins on the Main Stage and includes Jackson Michelson, Colt Ford, Kacey Musgraves and Billy Currington before McGraw headlines. Michelson and Lance Stinson will play the Jack’s Place stage, while Watkins and Michelson will play the So-Co Stage.

Finally, Keith headlines the final night of 2015 Country Jam on Sunday, June 21. Eli Young Band, Randy Rogers Band, Chris Janson and Charley Jenkins will open for the “35 MPH Town” singer. The RRB will also play the Jack’s Place stage, while SaraBeth and Sean Curtis Band will play the So-Co Stage.

If you’re counting at home (or lost count), that’s 28 country artists and bands across four days in a very scenic setting. Tickets are on sale now, starting at $165 for all four days. You’ll also be able to find camping passes. In fact, even more camping has been added to make the 2015 Country Jam the biggest yet!

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