The wait is almost over! C2C Country to Country; Europe’s biggest country music festival is back at The O2, London next month for what’s set to be an unforgettable return.
Just announced are the much-anticipated line-up of the festival stages and The Bluebird Café, plus the complete line up of the arena Spotlight stage. Featuring multiple performances per day and artists from all over the UK, Europe and the US, C2C once more provides an incredible opportunity for fans of country to discover and support new artists.
C2C ticket holders will have access The Town Square, The Big Entrance, BBC Radio 2 Stage (at Indigo at The O2), Country Music Week Hub and The Saloon (All Bar One), The Icon Stage and The Garden Stage.
Country to Country will officially kick off at midday on Friday and 10.00am on Saturday and Sunday when the Town Square opens, and the first Festival stage artists start. Festival activities include market stalls and stands, authentic food from the American South, cocktails, whiskey and craft beers and more. All visitors to The O2 can access the free stages which are Big Entrance Stage, Icon Stage and Garden Stage.
The Bluebird Cafe returns to C2C and once again we will welcome guests to the intimate O2 Blueroom at The O2, on Saturday 12th and Sunday 13th March. This seated show takes the form of a ‘songwriter’s round’; with each artist taking it in turns to talk about their relationship with The Bluebird Cafe, their songwriting and the stories behind their music. Introduced by Erika Wollam Nichols, who has worked for The Bluebird Cafe in Nashville for over 30 years, C2C presents this unique opportunity to experience the famous Bluebird Cafe straight from Nashville. The line up over the two shows includes Alex Hall, Caitlyn Smith, Laci Kaye Booth, Shy Carter, Tony Arata and Tebey. Tickets go on general onsale Friday 18th February at 10am via https://c2c-countrytocountry.com.
As previously announced the official C2C Official Aftershow Parties will take place post mainstage celebrations and will feature headline sets from Breland, Willie Jones, Seaforth and DJ sets across the weekend from DJ Hish in London at Indigo at The O2.
Festival stage stars join mainstage headliners Luke Combs, Darius Rucker and Miranda Lambert. Also making their return are multiple CMA Award winners and nominees Kip Moore, Brett Young, and Ashley McBryde alongside Russell Dickerson, Scotty McCreery, Flatland Cavalry, Tennille Townes and Hailey Whitters who all make their main stage debuts.
Inside the arena, C2C hosts a spotlight stage featuring sets across the weekend from Avery Anna, Breland, Brittney Spencer, Callie Twisselman, Callista Clark, Eric Kinsey, Matt Stell, Seaforth and Tenille Arts. At C2C Glasgow the spotlight stage will also make a return featuring sets from Brittney Spencer, Callista Clark, Erin Kinsey, Matt Stell, Seaforth and Tenille Arts.
Fans should also expect surprise artist announcements across the weekend, details of which will be revealed on the C2C app. The app will feature stage times, artist info plus notifications about competitions, secret performances and more. The official C2C app can be downloaded for free at https://C2C.lnk.to/AppiOS for iOS and https://C2C.lnk.to/AppAndroid for Android.
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