C2C: Country to Country Music Festival Postponed Due To Coronavirus Pandemic

Eric Church; Photo by Andrew Wendowski
Eric Church; Photo by Andrew Wendowski
Eric Church; Photo by Andrew Wendowski

The C2C: Country to Country Music Festival has officially been postponed due to the global coronavirus pandemic.

The festival made the announcement on Thursday (March 12) after the Dublin, Ireland portion of the festival had been postponed earlier in the day. Now, all festival events in Dublin, London and Glasgow have been postponed.

The massive country music festival was scheduled to take place Friday, March 13 through Sunday, March 15. Artists that were scheduled to perform include Eric Church, Luke Combs, Darius Rucker, The Cadillac Three, Runaway June, Brett Young, Mitchell Tenpenny, Kassi Ashton, Caylee Hammack, King Calaway, A Thousand Horses and many more.

The festival shared the news via social media, sharing that organizers plan to reschedule the event and that more information will be announced in the coming days.

Several artists have already arrived in parts of Europe for the festival, however, some were unable to make it across the pond.

Gabby Barrett was on her way to London on Wednesday but was no longer able to make the trip. She shared the news via Instagram stories, apologizing to fans for not being able to make it.

“Unfortunately, we will not be able to go. They are shutting everything down due to the coronavirus,” she explained.

Old Dominion previously cancelled their C2C appearance due to the outbreak.

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