Do not miss your chance to see popular Country Music artist, John King, at a beautiful and scenic venue, Virginia Mountain Vineyards. John's star is rising quickly, and you may never be able to see him in such a wonderful and intimate setting!

Drive, paired with raw talent and business savvy took award winning #1 songwriter and breakout artist, John King, out of a little mountain town in Georgia and into the spotlight. After arming himself with a music degree from the University of Georgia, King moved to Nashville and experienced his first #1 with a song he co-wrote called "We Went" recorded by artist Randy Houser. He received a 2016 ASCAP Songwriter Award for the song's success. King also wrote the first Hootie and the Blowfish song to be released since 2005. "Rollin" is featured on their upcoming album.

King's current hit single as an artist, "Try Saying Goodbye", pulls from his storytelling process and has already garnered over 10 million cumulative streams on Spotify and Apple Music since its January 2019 debut. "With fresh melodies and lyrics mixed with old school believability, John King is a serious new artist you need to have on your playlists" stated CMT. One of Rolling Stone's "10 Best Country Songs to Hear Now", Tom Roland, of Billboard's Making Tracks, described the song as "a de facto earworm that continues to connect." Featured on Spotify's "Hot Country" and Apple's "A-List Country" playlists, the track had garnered him over 1 million listeners in the past month alone. King will be on the road this year with Travis Tritt, Morgan Wallen, Old Dominion, and Scotty McCreery to name a few.

Don't miss this special performance at Virginia Mountain Vineyards!


  • Occurs Saturday, October 26th, 2019 @ 7:30 pm – 10:00 pm


Virginia Mountain Vineyards

4204 Old Fincastle Road
Fincastle, VA 24090


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