John King to Headline the Kiwanis 4th of July Festival

Nashville recording artist John King will take the main stage for a free concert on Saturday, July 3rd from 10:00pm – midnight.  Georgia native John King is a successful singer-songwriter has garnered over 30 million all-time streams. He co-wrote #1 song “We Went” (recorded by Randy Houser) and earned an ASCAP award in 2016 for its success. “Try Saying Goodbye” was named one of Rolling Stone “10 Best Country Songs to hear Now” and is climbing country radio with a bullet. Penned “Rollin”, the first Hootie and the Blowfish song to be released since 2005. Charted in US Country airplay’s Top 40 with “Tonight Tonight” and was names 2020 Pandora Artist to Watch. King has toured with artists such as Florida Georgia Line, Travis Tritt and Scotty McCreery to name a few.

7 Mile Bluegrass will entertain the crowd on the 4th from 3:00-5:30pm.  7 Mile Bluegrass was started in 2007 by three bluegrass fans who live 7 miles apart, near Frankfort, OH. They are dedicated to bringing hard-driving traditional bluegrass music all around the state of Ohio and surrounding states. The band released their first CD “First Mile” in the spring of 2017.

Kaitlyn Schmit and the Move will perform at Stadium Park on July 4th from 6pm – 8pm as part of the 4th of July Festival. They are a local favorite.

Your Generation will perform a free concert on July 4th from 8:30pm – midnight. They are a fan favorite of the festival and bring a high energy show to the stage.

Haywired will take the stage on July 3rd for a freed show from 7pm-9pm. Local country band with a lot of energy.