Country/hip-hop crossover phenomenon Blanco Brown has joined the stellar line-up for the inaugural Country to Country Australia (C2C) music festival.

The arena festival is taking place in two cities.

Sydney’s Qudos Bank Arena on 28 September and the Brisbane Entertainment Centre on 29 September.

Blanco Brown has taken the world by storm with his unique sound of country sensibility mixed with hip-hop hustle.

It’s a fusion that has sent fans crazy with the resulting hit song ‘The Git Up’ and the dance and viral craze #TheGitUpChallenge!

Blurring the lines between Country and hip-hop music, Blanco Brown makes a southern sound that he proudly calls “TrailerTrap”.

Billboard have described him as an artist helping decrease racial barriers in Country music and to date, ‘The Git Up’ has had over 27 million online views and over 150 million online streams.

It has gone to #1 on the Billboard Country Song charts and is one of the most streamed songs of the year.

Check out ‘The Git Up’

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Country to Country Australia will be headlined by superstar Tim McGraw, chart-topping singer-songwriter Kelsea Ballerini (who is about to release the new single ‘Homecoming Queen?’  and Texas based trio Midland.

The festival line-up also features Eric Pasley (USA), Raelynn (USA), The McClymonts (AUS), Travis Collins (AUS), Lacy Cavalier(USA), Adam Eckersley Band, Reverie Lane (USA), Jess Moskaluke (CAN), Andrew Swift, Judah Kelly, Kaylee Bell (NZ), Sinead Burgess, Casey Barnes and Jody Direen (NZ).

Performances will take place over four stages: Arena Stage, Spotlight Stage, The Town Square and The Big Entrance Stage.

There will also be multiple bars, authentic American style food, market stands and stalls, artist signings and meet & greets.

C2C Australia 2019 lineup

Tim McGraw

Kelsea Ballerini

Midland

Eric Pasley

Raelynn

Lacy Cavalier

Drake White and The Big Fire

The McClymonts

Travis Collins

Andrew Swift

Judah Kelly

Jess Moskaluke

Adam Eckersley Band

Casey Barnes

Kaylee Bell

Sinead Burgess

Jody Direen

Saturday, September 28, 2019

Qudos Bank Arena, Sydney NSW (All Ages)

Sunday, September 29, 2019

Brisbane Entertainment Centre, Brisbane QLD (All Ages)

Tickets: www.ticketek.com.au