Following the success of 2015’s festival, which attracted 80,000 fans, Country To Country is back and the three-day event is packing some serious heat. The O2’s main stage will see Miranda Lambert, Dwight Yoakam and Thomas Rhett play on Friday, March 11.

Carrie Underwood, Little Big Town, Sam Hunt and Maddie And Tae will be the big draws on Saturday, while Sunday will see performances from Eric Church, Kacey Musgraves, Chris Stapleton and Andrew Combs.

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Now in its fourth year, the festival also includes a multitude of gigs (some free) taking place throughout The O2. These include sessions at NY:LON, Brooklyn Bowl, Building Six, Indigo (which hosts the BBC Radio 2 Country Stage) and special screenings at Cineworld.

The Bluebird Cafe at The O2 will also be popping up although fans will have to pay separately for access to this line-up, which includes Striking Matches on the Saturday and Shane McNally And Members Of The Old Dominion on Sunday.

If you prefer your talent grown closer to home British country act The Shires will be returning on Sunday including a late night appearance at Indigo (11.25pm).

Sister events will take place simultaneously in Glasgow’s Clyde Auditorium and Dublin’s 3Arena as well as affiliated shows in Stockholm and Oslo.

Various times, Mar 11-13, from £51.15, The O2

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