Brad Paisley, Jason Aldean among WE Fest headliners for 2014


The headliners for the WE Fest Country Music Festival in Detroit Lakes have been announced, even though the 2013 festival hasn't even taken place yet.

The Star Tribune reports that Brad Paisley, Jason Aldean and the Zac Brown Band will be featured at the 2014 WE Fest, set for Aug. 7-9.

Three-day general admission tickets are already on sale for $99.

All three acts are familiar to the area. Paisley was at headlined WE Fest in 2011 and Aldean was a headliner at the festival in 2012.

The Zac Brown Band just opened for Kenny Chesney at Target Field earlier this month and played Target Center in November.

This year's WE Fest -- featuring Carrie Underwood, Keith Urban and Eric Church, is set for Aug. 1-3.

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