PLUS ADDITIONAL SPOTLIGHT ARTISTS ANNOUNCED FOR C2C LONDON
RUSSELL DICKERSON – WALKER HAYES
C2C GLASGOW ANNOUNCES MIDLAND and
FIRST SPOTLIGHT STAGE ARTISTS
LUKAS NELSON – MORGAN EVANS
Bob Harris revealed additional artists for Country to Country 2018 on his BBC Radio 2 show tonight. Brett Young – one of this year’s hottest breakout acts, who toured the UK recently opening for Lady Antebellum and is enjoying one of the biggest country hits of 2017 with “In Case You Didn’t Know” is confirmed to open the main stage in Glasgow and Dublin and will appear on the Spotlight Stage in London.
Also confirmed: Midland will join the bill in Glasgow on Friday 9th March. They have previously been announced on the Dublin and London bill.
Two more exciting new artists, Russell Dickerson (currently high in the US charts with “Yours”) and Walker Hayes (whose latest hit is “You Broke Up With Me”), also join the Spotlight Stage line up in London, alongside the previously announced Ashley McBryde, Jillian Jacqueline, Lindsay Ell and Lukas Nelson.
For the first time C2C Glasgow will host a spotlight stage – first two artists announced are Lukas Nelson and Morgan Evans
Situated in the main arena, the Spotlight Stage features performances from country music’s rising stars between main artist sets. C2C is proud to present many of the biggest ground-breaking new acts to have emerged in Nashville in 2017. Artists that have been winning fans on American country radio, Spotify and in support slots on major tours.
Tickets are available from: http://www.axs.com/c2c / 08448 24 48 24 and http://www.gigsandtours.com / 0844 811 0051. Tickets for Dublin are available at http://www.ticketmaster.ie and Glasgow http://www.gigsinscotland.com / 08444 999 990.
Country to Country is back for its sixth year from Friday 9 to Sunday 11 March 2018. The festival brings three days of the best in country music and programming that fans have come to love and expect with performances from the world’s best country stars as well as emerging talent from Nashville, UK and Europe.