C2C: Country to Country 2016

Jason Aldean

Friday 11th to Sunday 13th March 2016
Glasgow Clyde Auditorium, London The O2, and the Dublin 3Arena, UK
weekend from £123.50
Daily capacity: 25,000
Last updated: Wed 2nd Mar 2016

Glasgow, London and Dublin will play host to the 4th C2C: Country to Country with some Country superstars heading across the Atlantic to appear together at the event happening from Friday 11th March to Sunday 13th March 2016.

Billed as a celebration of country style and culture with The O2 transformed into a mini Nashville and in addition up and coming artists performing on pop-up stages across the site, the Town Square will return with a whole host of food, drink and entertainment stands.

The annual country music festival will be held over three consecutive days in three cities Glasgow Clyde Auditorium, London The O2 , and the Dublin 3Arena.


Latest additions Charlie Worsham, Sadie and the Hot Heads, Laura Oakes, Lucy May, American Young, and Jessica and the Bandits.

Miranda Lambert, Carrie Underwood, Eric Church, Dwight Yoakam, Little Big Town, Kacey Musgraves, Thomas Rhett, Sam Hunt and Chris Stapleton plus Charles Esten, High Valley, Maren Morris, Striking Matches, Frankie Ballard, Maddie and Tae, Andrew Combs, Ashley Monroe, The Shires, Alan West & Steve Black, Alice Wallace, Ashley Campbell, Ashton Lane, Benjamin Folke Thomas, Callaghan, Carolynne Poole, Case Hardin, C.C. Smugglers, Chisum Cattle Co., Cooper & Davies, Crash N Recovery, Darline, Dexeter, Emma Stevens, Erin Kinsey, Foreign Affairs, Frankie Davies, Great Western Tears, High Valley, Holloway Road, Honey Ryder, Ilona, Jeannine Barry, Jessi Alexander and Barry Dean, Knoxville Highway, Lori McKenna, Luke & Mel, Maren Morris, Megan O'Neill, Outlander, Paul Carella, Pauper Kings, Phil Vassar, Rackhouse Pilfer, Rainey Qualley, Ray Peters & The Smokey Turtle Band, Red Pine Timber Company, Red Sky July, Sam Coe & The Long Shadows, Sarah Darling, Shane McAnally, Sonia Leigh, Southern Junction, Texas Martha and the House of Twang, The Rising, The Southern Companion, and Wire & Wool.

For the line-up details as available see the C2C: Country to Country line-up page.

There will also be three official C2C after show parties taking place at Brooklyn Bowl at The O2, they will feature Frankie Ballard, Old Dominion and A Thousand Horses, plus DJ and radio & TV presenter Baylen Leonard. Plus BBC Radio 2 Country digital service, CMA Talks, CMA Cinema, Under The Apple Tree Sessions (now in a bigger venue), the Town Square, Free Stages, Pop-Up Stages and After Show Parties (sold out).


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Weekend tickets are priced from £123.50 (not including booking fees), and day tickets from £46.50.


This event does not have camping but there are a number of hotels, hostels and guest houses in the area.

More information will be here when available.

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