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Luke Bryan, Lady Antebellum Will Travel ‘Country to Country’ in Europe

Country stars to co-headline the C2C Festival 2015, which hits England, Ireland, Norway and Sweden

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Dave Haywood, Luke Bryan, Hillary Scott and Charles Kelley attend the American Music Awards

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It has already become Europe’s largest country music festival, and one of the continent’s most anticipated events after just two years. Now the C2C Country to Country Festival has revealed the headlining acts for 2015 will be multi-platinum superstars Lady Antebellum and Luke Bryan.

Additional performers for the expanding festival include Brandy Clark, Florida Georgia Line, Jason Aldean, Brantley Gilbert and Kip Moore. C2C returns to London and Dublin (March 7th and 8th, 2015, respectively) and for 2015 adds events at the Ericsson Globe in Stockholm (February 28th) and Oslo’s Spektrum Arena on March 1st.

More than 50,000 fans attended the sold-out C2C shows at London’s O2 Arena and Dublin’s 3Arena in 2014, with the Dixie ChicksBrad Paisley and Dierks Bentley among the performers. Lady A traveled to London this week to launch their just-released 747 album, with a special intimate show at the Brooklyn Bowl venue inside the O2 Arena.

The 2015 C2C headliners’ friendship dates back several years. Both Lady Antebellum and Bryan were signed to Capitol Records Nashville in 2007. Bryan co-wrote his poignant ballad, “Do I,” with the trio’s Dave Haywood and Charles Kelley, and the song features background vocals by Lady A’s Hillary Scott.

Ticket information for C2C: Country to Country Festival is available at the official Country 2 Country website.

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