REVIEW: C2C - Country To Country | OVO Hydro, Glasgow
"Awesomely amplified performances... and emotional moments we know and love from country music."
This weekend, the UK welcomed back Europe’s biggest country music festival, C2C: Country to Country to London, Dublin, and Glasgow.
Celebrating a remarkable 10 years of C2C, this year saw performances from the world’s best country stars as well as emerging talent from Nashville, UK and Europe.
Last night (Saturday 11th March 2023), I was so excited and privileged to have been invited along to the OVO Hydro in Glasgow to see Introducing Nashville, Lainey Wilson, Jordan Davis, and headliner Thomas Rhett perform their sets of country bangers.
And if that wasn’t enough, C2C also brought back the taste-making ‘Spotlight Stage’ showcasing the talented Ashley Cooke and MacKenzie Porter.
The evening was filled with awesomely amplified performances worthy of a rock concert, and still supplied plenty of the tender and emotional moments we know and love from country music.
So, remember for next year, to dig out your best denim and dust off your cowboy hat because C2C: Country to Country is a good ol’ Nashville shindig that you won’t want to miss.
OVO Hydro plays host to national and international music megastars as well as global Entertainment and sporting events.
With a maximum capacity of 14,300, OVO Hydro augments the SEC’s existing facilities and stages 140+ events annually.
Attracting an audience of more than a million visitors each year, the venue is consistently ranked by Pollstar in the top 10 arenas globally, alongside iconic venues like Madison Square Garden and The O2.
Since opening in September 2013, OVO Hydro has staged the 2014 MTV Europe Music Awards, the Ryder Cup Gala Concert and the 2014 BBC Sports Personality of the Year. It was also a venue for the 2014 Commonwealth Games.