Luke Combs Brings Out Ed Sheeran For Duet Of “Dive” During Last Day At C2C Fest In London

Luke Combs brought out one of England’s own during his show across the pond in London on Sunday night.

At the last show of C2C fest, he brought pop star Ed Sheeran out on stage to sing “Dive,” and I have to say, it’s a pretty cool pair. Luke has done a kickass cover of the song before back in 2018, so there couldn’t have been a more perfect time for them to sing it together than this.

Also, the whole lineup at this European festival, which spans three countries taking place in London, Glasgow and Dublin throughout the weekend, has been incredible.

From the headliners like Miranda Lambert debuting a new song and Luke bringing the 90’s country jams (in addition to this performance), to Kip Moore’s sensational cover of “Everybody Wants To Rule The World”, it looks like a it’s been a helluva time.

Really though, what could be better than good country music in Europe?

That’s a bucketlist festival for sure, and you know Luke couldn’t come back to the states without a surprise or two for his fans in Europe. I only wish they could’ve sang one of Luke’s songs together, too.

“Dive” was written by Ed along with Benny Blanco and Julia Michaels, it was included on his third studio album ÷ (Divide), eventually peaking at #8 on the UK Singles Chart.

I think we’re gonna need to see some more from this unexpected duo in the future because this is awesome:

Luke’s studio version was a Spotify Exclusive back in 2018:

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