Plan a fall getaway to Kishauwau Cabins and join us for our second annual Campfire Concert, featuring country artist John King! Mark your calendar for Saturday, September 30, 2023, and look forward to an intimate live music event with this rising Nashville star! To get the VIP invite you just need to book a getaway of 2 or more nights, September 29th-October 1st, in one of our nostalgic Illinois cabins rentals. Keep scrolling to get all the details on this fun event near Starved Rock!
The Great Outdoors, Sweet S’mores & Country Chords
This exclusive event is for all registered guests staying at Kishauwau Cabins on September 30, 2023. Package includes:
- The Bright White Night Birds perform from 5-6pm
- A self-serve country-style picnic dinner to eat on your lawn space 6-7pm
- Headliner John King from 7-9pm
- Bonfire and s’mores bar (weather permitting)
- Don’t forget your favorite lawn chairs and/or blankets from home to set up on the big lawn for this event!
Tickets may be purchased here if not renting a cabin. Otherwise the event cost is covered in the rental of your cabin. All ticket purchase holders that are not renting a cabin must exit property directly after the concert is over. If thinking that you want to stay to enjoy after concert fun then nab one of our remaining cabins while you still can!Book Now
Last Minute Booking Rates starting at $299 per night, depending on cabin selection and occupancy.
*Concert access for registered lodging guests only. 90-day cancellation period applies. Please pack your own lawn chairs or blankets as cabin blankets may not be used during the concert.
About Our Special Guest
Country artist John King has a talent for singing music that expresses the human experience, from growing up to falling in love. Known for his debut single “Tonight Tonight,” which was featured on the NFL’s Thursday Night Football on CBS, he is not just a singer but a remarkable songwriter. He co-wrote Randy Houser’s #1 hit “We Went,” a collaboration with Justin Wilson and Matt Rogers that earned him his first ASCAP Songwriter Award in 2016. This song not only topped the Mediabase and Billboard Country Airplay Charts but also showcased King’s ability to craft a compelling narrative through his lyrics.
In addition to his collaboration with Randy Houser, King has also worked with the iconic band Hootie and The Blowfish. He penned their first song, “Rollin,” released since 2005, which is featured on their new album, “Imperfect Circle.” This collaboration further solidifies King’s position in the country music scene, demonstrating his versatility and talent. King’s music video for “I Still Pick Up” was voted Top 10 on the CMT countdown, and his single, “Try Saying Goodbye,” was named one of Rolling Stone’s Top 10 Country Songs. Hear John King live at Kishauwau Cabin’s Campfire Concert to experience his artistry firsthand and follow John on Instagram for more.