Country to Country Festival 2020 Is Being Postponed Due to the global pandemic of COVID-19 and the changing nature of travel policies in other countries alongside possible extended future restrictions, it is with regret that Country to Country Festival 2020 – London, Dublin and Glasgow – is being postponed. Commuters are facing long delays and disruptions this morning after an obstruction blocked the line heading towards London. ... With other editions in Dublin, Glasgow, Amsterdam and Berlin, the 2020 edition of C2C promises to be the largest ever.
Read more: How coronavirus could … C2C Festival has postponed its London, Glasgow and Dublin dates due to growing concerns over the coronavirus crisis. A post shared by Old Dominion (@olddominionmusic) on Mar 6, 2020 at 7:30am PST The Country to Country Festival — known as C2C — is billed as “Europe’s biggest country music festival.” Country to Country London cancelled amid coronavirus outbreak. The festival was the first multi-day country music event in the United Kingdom, since the demise of the popular International Festival of Country Music, which was held at Wembley Arena and hosted by Mervyn Conn. Due to a fault with the signalling system between Barking and London Fenchurch Street the line is blocked and services running across the whole network may be cancelled, delayed or revised.. This year's C2C: Country To Country festival has been cancelled in the UK and Ireland, due to several acts pulling out amid the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.
The 2020 C2C Country to Country Festival, scheduled to take place this weekend (March 13-15), has been canceled.
It was first held in London on 16–17 March 2013. The 2020 edition of the annual country music festival was due take place at London's O2 venue across the weekend, but following recent developments, it has been decided to postpone the event indefinitely. This year's C2C: Country To Country festival has been cancelled in the UK and Ireland, due to several acts pulling out amid the ongoing coronavirus pandemic. The Shires will now replace Old Dominion to take to the main stage at C2C 2020. c2c Rail warned that services will be delayed or cancelled due to the incident on the track near Barking earlier today (Friday, February 14). C2C said on Twitter on Thursday: "Due to damage to the overhead wires earlier today between London Fenchurch Street and Barking fewer trains are able to run on all all lines. C2C: Country to Country is a country music festival which has been held in Europe every year since 2013. There is severe disruption on c2c train services this evening (Friday, November 22). In a statement released by Old Dominion, the band said: “After much consideration, we have decided to withdraw from our upcoming performances as part of the C2C Music Festival … Today (March 12) C2C Festival has announced its 2020 edition has been postponed. The train company tweeted at 6.03am on Friday (November 22) to say this was due to a signalling fault between Barking in East London and London Fenchurch Street, where many people commute into for work. All trains across the c2c network have currently been cancelled, delayed or are terminating at Barking..