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C2C postponed until 2021 with all three headliners remaining

27 March 2020 Featured news Tour News


C2C has been officially postponed until 2021, though Eric Church, Darius Rucker and Luke Combs will still be headlining the showpiece event.

On the eve of the festival this year, organisers made the decision to pull the plug following US President Donald Trump announcing his travel ban and had pledged to try and find a rescheduled date in the diary.

However,  this hasn’t been able to happen and instead, the organisers have postponed the whole event to 2021, where it will take place between March 12-14.

From the outset, it appears that the undercard will be significantly different to the initial line-up, which had the likes of Old Dominion, Brett Young, Tanya Tucker and the Cadillac Three on to begin with, though The Shires filled in for Old Dominion after they dropped out amid coronavirus fears.

All purchased tickets will remain valid for the 2021 event as well, though for those looking for a refund, C2C are advising people to go to the ticket outlets that they purchased from.

It is also unclear as to what will happen with the pop-up stage artists and how much of the line-up as a whole will remain for 2021, though it is expected that further information regarding this will come out as and when.