C2C 2023

    CELEBRATE 10 YEARS OF COUNTRY TO COUNTRY - C2C 2023

    CELEBRATE 10 YEARS OF COUNTRY TO COUNTRY

    2022 was an epic comeback year with country music superstar headliners Luke Combs, Darius Rucker, Miranda Lambert alongside Kip Moore, Brett Young, Ashley McBryde, Russell Dickerson, Scotty McCreery, Flatland Cavalry, Tenille Townes, Hailey Whitters and more: As C2C celebrates 10 years, event organisers are pulling out all the stops. 

    The festival is set to bring yet another incredible line up to The O2 London, 3Arena Dublin and The OVO Hydro, Glasgow from Friday 10 to Sunday 12 March 2023.  

    Confirmed Artists 

    ZAC BROWN BAND - LADY A - THOMAS RHETT

     

    OLD CROW MEDICINE SHOW – MIDLAND - JORDAN DAVIS

     

    MITCHELL TENPENNY - LAINEY WILSON

     

    LINDSAY ELL - MATT STELL - INTRODUCING NASHVILLE

     

    BRELAND (LONDON ONLY)

    And more special guests to be announced

     

     

    To celebrate 10 years of C2C, world-renowned superstars Zac Brown Band, Thomas Rhett and Lady A have been confirmed to headline 2023’s festival. They will be joined by Nashville’s hottest and most buzzed-about artists Midland, Jordan Davis, Old Crow Medicine Show, Lainey Wilson and Mitchell Tenpenny alongside prolific performers Lindsay Ell and Matt Stell. CMA’s international series Introducing Nashville also returns which sees exciting, emerging newcomers share the mainstage for an acoustic set, recalling stories behind their tracks. Further special guests will be announced soon.

    Since its inaugural event in 2013 headlined by Tim McGraw and Carrie Underwood at The O2 London, Country to Country has grown to a three-day multi-arena event featuring the best in country music and programming which fans have come to love and expect, with tens of thousands in attendance each year. Not only does C2C feature performances from the world’s best country stars it also showcases the best of emerging talent from Nashville, UK and Europe.

    Tickets go on general sale at 10am on Friday 21st October and are available from the CountryLine Radio gig guide. 

     

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