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Feb
26

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C2C 2016 London And Glasgow Nights Headlined By Carrie Underwood Now Sold Out

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FRIDAY 11TH MARCH AT CLYDE AUDITORIUM, GLASGOW + SATURDAY 12TH MARCH AT THE O2, LONDON – HEADLINED BY CARRIE UNDERWOOD SOLD OUT
LONDON WEEKEND TICKETS ALSO SOLD OUT
LAST FEW REMAINING DAY TICKETS AVAILABLE NOW FOR SELECTED DATES

With just two weeks to go until Country To Country Festival returns the UK, Carrie Underwood’s headlining nights at The O2, London and Glasgow’s Clyde Auditorium have now sold out.

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Feb
26

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Sounds Like Nashville presents Late Nights at C2C Featuring Booke Eden, Lauren Alaina And More

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For the first time at C2C, Sounds Like Nashville will host a Late Night stage at indigo at The O2 on Saturday 12 and Sunday 13 March 2016. Starting from 10pm each night and accessible to all C2C ticket and wristband holders (subject to capacity) the venue will welcome Brooke Eden, High Valley, David Nail, Lauren Alaina and The Shires.

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Feb
10

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Under The Apple Tree Sessions Return For C2C 2016

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Bob Harris’ UNDER THE APPLE TREE SESSIONS, which were a huge success at C2C 2015, will return this year to a much larger venue within The O2.  Building Six, located close to the Town Square, will host artists on Saturday and Sunday during the festival.

Bob Harris said: “We are excited to be hosting Under The Apple Tree Sessions at C2C again this year. We are honoured to have been invited back after hosting the stage for the first time last year. Building Six will become our new venue, where we will be putting on 12 of our absolute favourite artists across the Saturday and Sundayof the festival.”

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Feb
2

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C2C 2016 Announces BBC Radio 2 Country Stage and Digital Service

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C2C is thrilled to announce another great new feature for the annual Country to Country festival at The O2, London.  The BBC Radio 2 Country Stage will be a daytime attraction featuring artist signings, CMA talks (to be announced) and four very special performances by Nashville stars.

This announcement comes as BBC Radio 2 announce the return of ‘BBC Radio 2 Country’ pop-up digital service from Thursday 10 to Sunday 13 March (12 noon until midnight) which will feature special programmes and live broadcasts from The O2.

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Jan
29

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C2C INTRODUCES Ashley Monroe, Frankie Ballard, Maren Morris, Old Dominion, Striking Matches

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Following Country to Country Festival 2016, some of the hottest up-and-coming new American acts – Ashley Monroe, Maren Morris, Old Dominion and Striking Matches will be headlining intimate shows across London, with Frankie Ballard touring across the UK as part of C2C Introduces.
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Jan
27

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C2C Festival 2016 Confirms Pop-Ups Acts

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Pop-Up artists confirmed & The Shires return as C2C Ambassadors

North American country artists including; Phil Vassar, High Valley, Sarah Darling, Maren Morris, Rainey Qualley, Sonia Leigh and Glen Campbell’s daughter Ashley Campbell; CMA Award winning songwriters Jessi Alexander, Barry Dean, Lori McKenna and Shane McAnally and up-and-coming British stars, including CC Smugglers, Callaghan, Pauper Kings and Red Sky July… and more

After a huge year for the duo, The Shires return to C2C at The O2 from 11-13th March 2016 as Ambassadors  and will introduce acts appearing on the Yamaha Music Stage, host up and coming UK artists on the Pop-Up stages and make several appearances across the weekend.

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Jan
22

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The Bluebird Cafe Comes To C2C 2016 With Hit Songwriters

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Featuring Nashville-based songwriters including Lori McKenna, Shane McAnally, Barry Dean, Jessi Alexander, Gary Burr and Georgia Middleton, plus Charles Esten, Striking Matches, Maren Morris and Old Dominion

Nashville’s world famous Bluebird Cafe (as featured in the Nashville TV series) is coming to London for the first time with ticketed, early afternoon performances (before the main arena opens) in The O2’s listening room, Club WM, as part of the Country to Country Festival.

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Jan
19

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C2C 2016 Official After-Party Acts Announced

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We are delighted to confirm details of three official C2C AFTER SHOW PARTIES taking place at Brooklyn Bowl at The O2, London. They will feature three of the hottest up-and-coming new American acts – Frankie Ballard, Old Dominion and A Thousand Horses. Each After Show will also feature the latest country sounds available via country music DJ and radio & TV presenter BAYLEN LEONARD. Remaining tickets to these shows will be released this week.

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