Judi joined a line-dance flashmob. CJ got to ask Marty Stuart a (croaky, hungover) interview question at the screening of Born in Bristol, a must-watch documentary about country music’s birth. Drake White was the talk of the town (square). The arena showcased country’s jaw-dropping guitar skills. The brilliant Brothers Osborne were the antithesis of bro-country. A tiny red top became a big distraction. And, after an overly rocky set previously, this was the ovation-inspiring, perfect redemption of Zac Brown Band.
Mandatory Billboard pic
Town Square in full flow
Bingo! The lovely Think Country “partners who’d been dragged along”.
Another day, another pair of boots.
Line-dance crasher Judi.
As much fun as we had at the real Opry.
CJ may have made the cutest cowboy baby Austen cry
envy-inspiring gold boots.
Drake White earning new fans.
Maren Morris rightfully upgraded to the big stage this year.
Drake white – stand newcomer of the festival.
Mandatory cowboy silhouette
Reluctant to leave
Walking the line
For more of C2C in a nutshell, check out our posts for Day One or Day Two. Then, later we’ll have duo Holloway Road’s view on the festival but for now, we hope you had as good a weekend as we did.
CJ & Judi