The United Kingdom Is Going Country
Country music is everywhere these days, and all across America, people have fallen in love with everything Nashville.
But this weekend, that love has hit London, Dublin and Glasgow.
At the Country to Country Festival -- probably better known as the C2C Festival -- the three cities will feature a virtual revolving door of country artists. Some of the music is imported from America, and some of it is homegrown talent.
Friday night (March 11), Carrie Underwood will play in Glasgow, Miranda Lambert in London and Eric Church in Dublin.
Saturday, they switch spots so that Underwood is in London, Lambert's in Dublin and Church's in Glasgow.
On Sunday, the third and final night of the fest, Underwood will play in Dublin, Lambert in Glasgow and Church in London.
In addition to those three big stars, other performers throughout the weekend include Chris Stapleton, Kacey Musgraves, A Thousand Horses, Little Big Town, Sam Hunt, Maren Morris, Maddie & Tae, David Nail, Brooke Eden, Old Dominion, Ashley Monroe, Dwight Yoakam, Charles Esten, Thomas Rhett, Phil Vassar, Frankie Ballard and hundreds more.
This is only the third year of the festival. It kicked off in March 2013 initially as a two-night gig.