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Usher Will Close Milwaukee's Summerfest This Year

Created: 04/08/2014 9:56 AM WDIO.com

MILWAUKEE (AP) - Summerfest organizers say they've landed a performer for this year's festival in Milwaukee who doesn't plan to play anywhere else in the U.S. this summer.

Usher will close the 11-day festival on July 6 at the Marcus Amphitheater. Usher has been busy with the popular NBC show "The Voice" where he appears as a judge and mentor.

Summerfest has landed other top tier performers for this year's festival, including, Lady Gaga, Bruno Mars and Brad Paisley.

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