The 2016 Taste of Country Music Festival doesn’t leave much room for one to catch his breath. The just-announced, full lineup reveals three straight days of rowdy, guitar-drenched country music in the mountains of middle New York.

Hunter Mountain is the most scenic country music festival venue in America, and this year it'll be packed with country stars and superstars, including Kenny Chesney, Kid Rock and Jake Owen. Three-day passes, single day tickets and VIP passes are still available at the Taste of Country Festival website. On and off-site camping passes are also available.

The lineup for Friday night (June 10) is topped by Kid Rock, but he’ll play only after openers Big & Rich, the Cadillac Three, Jana Kramer and Annie Bosko have finished. The Bud Light Stage will also return for a fourth year, featuring artists including Logan Brill, Amanda Watkins, Dylan Jakobsen, Adley Stump and Keith Walker. Elizabeth Lyons, Jake Worthington and McKenna Faith are also part of the Bud Light Stage throughout the weekend.

Saturday (June 11) will be topped by Chesney, but the opening acts are amongst the best of the fest. Frankie Ballard, Eric Paslay, the Swon Brothers, Old Dominion and William Michael Morgan are set to take the stage before the king of live country music. This promises to be one of the wildest nights in Taste of Country Festival history, with thousands streaming up the mountain to hear the headliner’s electrifying set.

On Sunday (June 12), Outshyne will begin the day, before Neal McCoy, Chris Janson, Gary Allan and Jake Owen take the stage, thus closing the fourth annual ToC Fest in Hunter, N.Y. The festival is just a two-hour drive from New York City, and is the first and only country music and camping festival in the Northeast. Year after year it gets more exciting. The 2016 outing is sure to top last year’s, which featured a lineup packed with headliners like Tim McGraw, Keith Urban and Toby Keith.

Watch Highlights From the 2015 Taste of Country Music Festival

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