Tonight's Utica Monday Night moving indoors. The threat of rain and tonight's stellar lineup with Nashville artist John King has prompted officials to move out of Kopernik Park.

According to the Observer-Dispatch,  tonight's show will be at Munson Williams Proctor Arts Institute. With limited seating, concert goers are encouraged to arrive early. The lineup remains the same with the John King Band performing at 7:30. The Blarney Rebel Band opens the show at 6.

John King has strong writing creds, as he co-wrote Randy Houser's #1 hit, "We Went" earning him a 2016 ASCAP Songwriter Award. He's continued to grow as an artist, performer, and writer, signing a deal with SONY Nashville and a management agreement with Narvel Blackstock. Yeah, that Narvel Blackstock, manager of Blake Shelton and Kelly Clarkson.

Check out The John King Band's latest song, "Never Wanna Be" in the video below. His YouTube playlist proves just how talented he is, don't miss the chance to catch this rising star in a very intimate setting.

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