The Bi-Mart Willamette Country Music Festival returns to Reed Anderson Farm in Brownsville this Thursday through Sunday to showcase some of the most talented artists and rising stars in country music.

It's the 10th year for the festival.

Main stage headliners this year are top-selling artists Thomas Rhett, Dierks Bentley, Keith Urban, and the Zac Brown Band. Joining them are fellow hit makers like Billy Currington, Randy Houser, Parmalee, and Kip Moore, along with rising stars RaeLynn, High Valley, Bailey Bryan and more.

Returning to emcee this year’s festival is Amy Clawson, who will be joined by Corvallis’ own Jackson Michelson. The pair will also play concerts this weekend.

The Sunrise Stage will showcase new country talent throughout the festival, including Devin Dawson, Maddie Leigh and Morgan Evans.

Here's the lineup of artists for this year's festival.

Main stage artists

Thursday, Aug. 17 (gates open at 3 p.m.)

4 p.m. Jackie Lee

6 p.m. Parmalee

8 p.m. Thomas Rhett

Rhett's 2015 album "Tangled Up" produced four No. 1 singles, a Grammy nomination for "Die a Happy Man," and is currently No. 12 on Billboard's Top Country albums chart. He has two hit singles, "Craving You" and "Unforgettable" in the top 15 on Billboard's Hot Country Songs chart. Both are from his album "Life Changes," due out Sept. 8.

Friday, Aug. 18 (gates open at 1 p.m.)

3 p.m. High Valley

Canadian country music duo of brothers Brad and Curtis Rempel signed with Atlantic Records Nashville in 2015. Their single "She's With Me" is currently No. 38 on the Country Airplay chart.

5 p.m. Colt Ford

Ford is a professional golfer turned country-rap music artist. Ford released his sixth album, "Love Hope Faith," last May.

7 p.m. Randy Houser

Houser landed his first No. 1 hit with "How Country Feels," the title track from his third album in 2013. Two more singles from the album would follow suit. Houser's latest album, "Fired Up," came out in March 2016.

9 p.m. Dierks Bentley

The Grammy Award-nominated country artist released his debut album in 2003, and has since watched 25 of his singles land on the Hot Country Songs and Country Airplay charts with 15 of those reaching No. 1. He released his eighth studio album, "Black," last year, which went gold.

Saturday, Aug. 19 (gates open at 11 a.m.)

1 p.m. Bailey Bryan

Bryan, an 18-year-old native of Sequim, Washington, released her debut EP "So Far" last April.

3 p.m. Jackson Michelson

The Corvallis native, who will emcee the festival, released a popular single "The Good Life" in 2014 and a self-titled EP last year.

5 p.m. RaeLynn

7 p.m. Billy Currington

Currington's six albums have produced 17 singles on Billboard's Hot Country Songs and Country Airplay charts, including 11 No. 1 hits. His new single is "Do I Make You Wanna," from his current album "Summer Forever."

9 p.m. Keith Urban

Urban's newest album, "Ripcord," has four No. 1 songs, seven award nominations, including two Grammy nominations, and is his fifth consecutive record to go multiplatinum. Besides his four Grammy Awards, he's won ten Country Music Association Awards, eleven Academy of Country Music Awards, a People’s Choice and an American Music Award and has been nominated for a Golden Globe.

Sunday, Aug. 20 (gates open at noon)

2 p.m. Amy Clawson

Clawson, who will emcee the festival with Jackson Michelson, will perform Sunday. Her 2006 self-produced album "Cowboy Up!" received nine Grammy nominations. 

4 p.m. Sundance Head

Jason "Sundance" Head was a semifinalist on the sixth season of "American Idol" in 2007. In 2016, he was the winner on season 11 of "The Voice."

6 p.m. Kip Moore

Moore's breakthrough hit was "Somethin' 'Bout a Truck" in 2012. His next studio album, "Slow Heart," is due Sept. 8. His current single is "More Girls Like You."

8 p.m. Zac Brown Band

The three-time Grammy-winning multiplatinum band released its 2017 album, "Welcome Home," last May, scoring its fourth consecutive No. 1 debut on the Billboard 200 chart.

Sunrise Stage

Thursday, Aug. 17 (property gates open at 10 a.m.)

5 p.m. Elana Jane

The singer-songwriter, musician and high school junior is currently working on the release of her second EP. Her first EP was "Brand New Day."

7 p.m. Brodie Stewart

The Bay Area native co-produced his debut album, "Born American," with the popular single "Fine Lookin' Country Girl." 

Friday, Aug. 18 (property gates open at 7 a.m.)

9 a.m. Scott Stevens

Stevens has opened for acts including Parmalee, Montgomery Gentry, Randy Houser, and more. His independent debut EP was released in 2015.

11 a.m. Jeremy McComb

McComb managed The Blue Collar Comedy Tour and wrote songs for movie soundtracks. He released his third album, "FM," in 2016.

1 p.m. Ben Rue

Rue, a Silverton native, made a splash with his debut single "I Can't Wait (Be My Wife)" with Arista Nashville in spring 2014. He released his debut album, "Back to the Nights," last May.

4 p.m. Spencer Crandall

The country artist from Denver has written and recorded a five-song EP, three singles and an additional mix tape project. His most recent single, "I Thought We Broke Up," was released in June.

6 p.m. Maddie Leigh

Leigh performed earlier this month at the Oregon Jamboree in Sweet Home. She released her debut single "Wishing" in early 2016 and followed up with the singles s "Some Will Call It Love," and "Just Your Kind of Girl."

Saturday, Aug. 19 (property gates open at 7 a.m.)

9 a.m. Mark Mackay

Mackay has released two EP’s, "Keep Your Headlights On" and "11 Miles Out of Nashville," and the album "Trials and Tribulations."

11 a.m. Deborah Allen and Brewer's Grade

The Grammy-nominated Allen, a singer, songwriter, author and actress, has issued 12 albums and charted 14 singles on Hot Country Songs, most notably the 1983 crossover hit "Baby I Lied."

2 p.m. Dylan Schneider

After breaking out in his hometown of Terre Haute, Indiana, Schneider made the move to Nashville. He released a new EP, "Spotlight's on You" in April and followed it up with the single "How Does It Sound."

4 p.m. Morgan Evans

The Australian singer-songwriter was named New Oz Artist of the Year at the CMC Music Awards in 2013 after his two EP's produced three No.1 hit singles. He's toured with Alan Jackson and Taylor Swift.

6 p.m. Devin Dawson

The California native moved to Nashville in 2012 to hone his skills and write songs for other artists. He signed with Warner Music Nashville and released his debut single, "All on Me," this year.

Sunday, Aug. 20 (property gates open at 7 a.m.)

9 a.m. Cowboy Church with Amy Clawson

11 a.m. Kelsey Waters

The singer-songwriter from Florida moved to Nashville at age 20. An EP, "Cool Cars," was released earlier this year.

1 p.m. Jo Smith

As country artist Joanna Smith, she released the singles "Getting Married" and "Georgia Mud" in 2010. Her 2016 EP, "Introducing Jo Smith," featured a soulful country sound.

3 p.m. Cross Atlantic

The duo Cross Atlantic features Missouri native Karli Chayne and Englishman James Sinclair Stott, who met in a Nashville coffee shop. They released two singles, "Mercy" and "Get Back to Me," earlier this year.

5 p.m. Austin Burke

The Phoenix native won a spot as a youngster singing "Friends in Low Places" on the "Rosie O'Donnell Show." He's working on a self-titled debut EP.

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