C2C Festival 2023 will make its return to the O2 Arena in London, 3 Arena in Dublin and The OVO Hydro in Glasgow from 10th - 12th March 2023.
Jordan Davis, Lainey Wilson, Breland, Midland, Matt Stell, Zac Brown Band, Old Crow Medicine Show, Mitchell Tenpenny and Lindsay Ell will also join the headliners. More acts will be announced in the forthcoming months.
CMA’s international series Introducing Nashville also returns which sees exciting, emerging newcomers share the main stage for an acoustic set, recalling stories behind their tracks.
Tyler Braden, Caylee Hammack and Alana Springsteen will all take the main stage in London, Dublin and Glasgow.
The line-up for the Spotlight stage has also been announced, with Friday seeing hot rising newcomers Ashley Cooke, MacKenzie Porter and Corey Kent (London only0 warming up in between the main stage acts.
On Saturday, Drake Milligan, Sam Williams and Randall King take to the stage, while Sunday sees Amanda Shires (London only), Kameron Marlowe, Madeline Edwards (London only) and Kezia Gill (Scotland only) close out the proceedings.
Elvie Shane was originally due to perform across the weekend, but due to an unfortunate injury, he'll be replaced by Randall King on Saturday's spotlight stage.
It's also now been announced that the much anticipated Saturday night TBA main support slot will be filled by Australian rising star Morgan Evans.
Breland will open C2C on the Friday night and will co-host the festival across the weekend with the legendary Bob Harris OBE who said: “I am proud to have been the main stage compere at Country to Country in London since the inaugural event in 2013.
Even better, I’ll be joined in the spotlight by my friend Breland, whose career has literally gone stratospheric since the release of his first music only three years ago.”
C2C is Europe's biggest country music festival, which takes place annually in London, Glasgow and Dublin, with three days of the best in country music and programming.
Performances come from the world’s best country stars as well as emerging talent from Nashville, UK and Europe.
After celebrating its return following a two-year, pandemic impacted hiatus in 2022, Miranda Lambert, Luke Combs and Darius Rucker headlined the event, which took place across London, Dublin and Glasgow, bringing UK and Ireland country fans a serious amount of great country music.
Rising acts as Robyn Ottolini, Seaforth, Avery Anna and Breland also cemented their place as some of the most exciting new acts that country has to offer throughout the 2022 instalment.
It's now been confirmed that the hugely popular London Aftershow Parties, which take place at Indigo at The O2, will feature performances from Ashley Cooke, Nate Smith, Breland & Friends and Kameron Marlowe.
For the full C2C Festival 2023 London line-up, see below:
MAIN STAGE PERFORMERS
Friday, March 10
Introducing Nashville (Tyler Braden, Caylee Hammack and Alana Springsteen)
Saturday, March 11
Sunday, March 12
Zac Brown Band
Old Crow Medicine Show
THE BLUEBIRD CAFE AT C2C
10am – Amanda Shires, Madeline Edwards, Adam Doleac
1pm - Drake Milligan, Alyssa Bonagura, Catie Offerman
10am - Hannah Ellis, Randall King, Pillbox Patti, Jeff Cohen
FESTIVAL STAGE PERFORMERS
Eric & Jensen
First Time Flyers
Haley Mae Campbell
Jess & The Bandits
Two Ways Home
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