Some of our favorite country artists stopped in Bangor this summer, but we can't decide who was our favorite. Maybe you can help us out.

The Zac Brown Band put an exclamation point on the summer concert season last weekend. As we look back on the great artists who brought their tours to Bangor this summer, who was your favorite? It all started with Jason Aldean, Luke Combs (who's coming back in March) and Lauren Alaina.

A huge line up of country stars would take over the Waterfront venue in July. Travis Tritt, The Charlie Daniels Band, The Marshall Tucker Band and the Outlaws all came along for The Southern Uprising Tour.

Next up was Kid Rock who brought A Thousand Horses back to Bangor as he kicked off the Red Blooded Rock N Roll Redneck Extravaganza Tour.

Another return trip to Bangor was set for Keith Urban and Kelsea Ballerini as the Graffiti U Tour rolled into town August 5.

Later that month, Bangor became the epicenter of No Shoes Nation as Kenny Chesney returned for his fourth concert on the Bangor Waterfront. Old Dominion opened for Chesney as they performed in the Queen City for the second time.

We were thrilled to bring The Pickup Man Joe Diffie to town last month. The “Third Rock from the Sun” singer headlined the second day of New England Ribfest at Bass Park in Bangor.

Next up was another tour that would use Bangor as a launching pad for a massive tour. Thomas Rhett kicked off the Life Changes Tour with Brett Young and Midland at the Cross Insurance Center.

What was your favorite concert in Bangor this summer? Vote below.

2019 is shaping up well as Luke Combs plans a third trip to Bangor on his second headlining tour, with Lanco and Jameson Rodgers.