Thomas Rhett has been announced as one of the all-star headliners for Country Jam 2017, which is set to take place in Colorado next June. He'll join Justin Moore and Randy Houser, who will co-headline one of the other nights of the four-day country music and camping festival.

The country stars will help top out an all-star lineup that includes previously-announced headliners Kenny Chesney and Jason Aldean, as well as some of the hottest rising stars, legacy acts and contemporary artists in country music. Chris Young, Old Dominion, Frankie Ballard, Kane Brown and Sammy Kershaw have also been added to the lineup, with many more acts yet to be announced.

Tickets are currently on sale for Country Jam 2017. Four-day general admission tickets start at $135, with reserve tickets starting at $355 and VIP tickets starting at $715. More information on VIP ticket details, camping options and pricing is available at the festival's website.

Billed as "Colorado's Biggest Country Music Party," Country Jam is celebrating its 26th year in 2017 with the biggest lineup in the history of the festival. The event drew more than 90,000 fans to the Jam Ranch outside of Grand Junction, Colo., in 2016, and 2017 is on track to be even bigger and better with the most impressive headliners the festival has booked yet. Country Jam 2017 is set to take place June 15-18 in Colorado, and ticket prices will increase as more of the all-star lineup is announced, so click below to get your tickets today!

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