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C2C Festival To Return In 2024 With New Show In Belfast

March 15, 2023 11:25 am GMT
Last Edited June 11, 2023 9:51 pm GMT

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After an unforgettable weekend at C2C Festival 2023, fans were immediately casting their gaze ahead towards the 2024 instalment.

Thankfully, we all got confirmation pretty much immediately after the 2023 event concluded that the much-loved festival would be returning on March 8-10 2024.

The country music extravaganza will return to London's O2 Arena and Glasgow's OVO Hydro.

However, instead of there being a ‘C2C Dublin’ this year, that leg of the festival will be moving to the SSE Arena Belfast for the first time.

The 2023 instalment of C2C Festival was a huge hit, with electrifying performances from Zac Brown Band, Lady A, Thomas Rhett, Midland, Lainey Wilson, Jordan Davis and more.

The London leg of the immensely popular festival also showcased a range of up-and-coming artists such as Randall King, Ashley Cooke, Drake Milligan, 49 Winchester, MacKenzie Porter, Madeline Edwards and Corey Kent. These country prodigies performed across a variety of stages, which were dotted around the O2 Arena.

These stages will returning in 2024, and the UK's country music fanbase are already keenly awaiting news of the line-up.

The 2023 headlining line-up was revealed in mid-October, so we imagine they'll unveil the 2024 roster of artists around the same time later this year.

Featured photo by Kendall Wilson.

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