The British Country Music Festival will be returning in 2021 for its second outing, with Nathan Carter, Wildwood Kin and Lisa McHugh headlining. Tickets are available here.
The event will be returning to Blackpool Winter Gardens between September 3-5 and features a number of prominent UK based country acts, including Katy Hurt, Morganway, Zoee, Holloway Road, Candi Carpenter, Kezia Gill and many more.
Speaking ahead of the festival, Marina Blore from Fit The Bill – the event promoter – said that it is more vital now than ever to support UK acts and that they are very confident everything will go ahead as planned.
“Following a very tough year for live entertainment, we are thrilled to be back with The British Country Music Festival following its successful launch in 2019,” Blore said. “It’s more important than ever that we support homegrown performers, many of whom have struggled for survival in 2020. “
“In addition to the great line-up on our main stage in the iconic, candlelit Empress Ballroom, our support stages are packed with emerging and breaking talent and we cannot wait for our festival family to discover new artists at TBCMF in Blackpool.
“We are confident that by September next year, we will be able to operate to a viable capacity and we also promise a full ticket refund in the event that Covid prevents us from going ahead.”
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