C2C Country To Country announces Festival Stages and Bluebird Cafe for 2020

C2C Country To Country announces Festival Stages and Bluebird Cafe for 2020

In the final announcement before country music's biggest weekend in the UK on 13-15th March, C2C Country To Country has announced its full Festival Stages line-up and the return of the famous Bluebird Cafe.

Nashville's most famous songwriter hangout, the Bluebird Cafe, is relocating to London for the fifth year in a row for two sessions and bringing with it Erika Wollam-Nichols, who's worked at the Nashville institution for 30 years. On their line-up are Gabby Barrett, Tony Arata, and Kylie Morgan (Saturday 14th) and Austin Jenckes, Tony Arata and Reverie Lane (Sunday 15th)

The Festival Stage line-up is completed with a mix of homegrown UK talent and more of the finest from across the pond. Highlights for TDF are more chances to see Kassie Ashton and Caylee Hammack, plus the additions of A Thousand Horses, Tenille Arts, Laura Oakes, Una Healey and Kaitlyn Baker. The full line-up is:

A Thousand Horses / Alex Hall / Angie K / Austin Jenckes / Catherine McGrath / Caylee Hammack /

Clara Bond / Danny Burns / Danny McMahon / Everette / Filmore / Gabby Barrett /

Haley & Michaels / Hayley McKay / Holloway Road / Izzie Walsh / Jackson Michelson / Jess Thristan / Joe Buck / Kaitlyn Baker / Kassi Ashton / Katy Hurt / King Calaway / Kyle Daniel / Kylie Morgan / Laura Oakes / Leslie Stevens / Lisa McHugh / Lucy Grubb / Mabel & Huck / Matt Lang /

Mitchell Tenpenny / Niko Moon / Noah Schnacky / Orange Circus Band / Reverie Lane /

Robert Counts / Seaforth / Stuart Landon / Tebey / Temecula Road / Tenille Arts / The Luck /

The Remedy Club / The Shires / Tim Hicks / Tony Arata / Twinnie / Una Healy / Willie Jones

Tickets are on sale now from the festival website. Additional names have also been announced for Glasgow, go check out the website for all the details.

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