There'll be more cowboy boot-clad revelers strolling through the concourse of Ohio Stadium than you'd find during a typical visit from the Texas Longhorns when the inaugural Buckeye Country Superfest rolls into the football stadium on Saturday and Sunday, June 20 and 21.

There'll be more cowboy boot-clad revelers strolling through the concourse of Ohio Stadium than you'd find during a typical visit from the Texas Longhorns when the inaugural Buckeye Country Superfest rolls into the football stadium on Saturday and Sunday, June 20 and 21.

The two-day event features headlining turns from "Voice" judge Blake Shelton, noted beach bum Kenny Chesney, Australian heartthrob Keith Urban and locally sourced trio Rascal Flatts, in addition to appearances from Lee Brice, Cole Swindell, David Nail, Tyler Farr, Parmalee and Cassadee Pope, the weekend's sole female performer.

Collectively, the bro-heavy lineup reinforces the stereotype that modern country is less than receptive to female artists - recently a radio consultant ignited a mini-controversy when he cautioned country stations against playing back-to-back songs by women, saying they should be added sparingly, like tomatoes in a salad - and the bill could have benefitted significantly by casting a slightly wider net. As it stands, however, we're excited to check out sets from Keith Urban, an underrated guitarist with a surprisingly deft songwriting touch, and Tyler Farr, whose latest, Suffer in Peace, incorporates elements of gritty southern rock.