Josh Turner, Brett Young, Michael Ray and more of country's biggest artists and hottest young acts have been announced to perform at the 2019 Taste of Country Music Festival in upstate New York in June.

Lanco, Walker Hayes, Lindsay Ell, Runaway June, Tyler Rich, Brandon Lay, Ross Ellis and Adam Doleac have also joined the lineup for the seventh annual Taste of Country Music Festival, which returns to the natural splendor of Hunter Mountain from June 7-9. They join a previously announced lineup of headliners that includes Keith Urban, Rascal Flatts, Little Big Town, Brooks & Dunn and Brett Eldredge.

 

“We are thrilled to welcome so many superstars and up-and-coming artists to Hunter Mountain this summer,” SVP of Live Events for Townsquare Media Matt LaRose says in a press release. “Taste of Country Music Festival continues to be the best place in the northeast to see live country music, camp, and create memories that last a lifetime.”

Tickets are available now, starting at $170 for a general admission three-day pass. There are also camping options on sale, along with VIP packages that feature top-flight amenities including a special viewing area in front of the main stage, as well as access to a  hospitality lounge tent with complimentary snacks, hors-d'oeuvres, discounted cash bar and private restrooms and more.

A record sellout crowd of nearly 70,000 fans turned out in 2018 to watch performances from headliners Sam Hunt, Eric Church and Florida Georgia Line, as well as LeAnn Rimes, Justin Moore, Dustin Lynch and more. The 2019 Taste of Country Festival promises to be even bigger and better, with an already-announced lineup that blends superstars, future stars and cutting edge young artists for a one-of-a-kind country music and camping experience. More artists are still to be announced.

See Photo Highlights from the 2018 Taste of Country Music Festival