The Bluebird Cafe, Nashville’s world famous venue, is coming to London for the first time as part of C2C: Country to Country it has been confirmed.
Ticketed early afternoon performances will take place The O2’s listening room, Club WM before the main arena opens.
The artists confirmed to be performing are:
Saturday March 12 – 11.30am
Jessi Alexander, Barry Dean and Lori McKenna
Saturday March 12 – 1.45pm
Striking Matches, Charles Esten, Georgia Middleton and Gary Burr
Sunday March 13 – 11.30
Shane McAnally and the members of Old Dominion
Sunday March 13 – 1.15pm
Barry Dean, Maren Morris and Shane McAnally
The Bluebird Cafe opened its doors in 1982 and has become a world famous venue where up-and-coming songwriters and artists begin their careers. The venue has featured prominently in ABC’s hit country music drama Nashville. Garth Brooks, Taylor Swift, Keith Urban and Trisha Yearwood took crucial early steps at this venue when they were unknown.
The Bluebird Cafe performances have travelled on the road to places such as Robert Redford’s Sundance Resort in Utah, to Napa Valley in CA, New York City, Los Angeles and most recently to the Bluecoat in Liverpool and soon to the O2 as part of the C2C festival in London.
Each performance will be ticketed at £25 – each ticket includes an exclusive Bluebird Cafe poster. Tickets can be purchased from: www.axs.com/c2c 08448 24 48 24.