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Cleveland, Ohio – Ohio Homecoming (OHC) announced the addition of Grammy-nominated and Juno Award-winning platinum recording artist DRAKE to the annual Ohio Homecoming festivities. The chart topping artist/actor will be added to the Saturday, July 23 “Bone and Drake by the Lake” concert lineup as a part of OHC’s annual four (4) day celebration from July 20 – 24, 2011.
Last year’s 214th Cleveland birthday celebration included a concert featuring one of Cleveland’s own – rapper, Kid Cudi. The event, which drew over 10,000 people to downtown Cleveland’s Mall-C, left many attendees boasting about how great it was to finally celebrate Cleveland. The 2011 OHC concert on Saturday, July 23rd from 4PM-10PM will feature Cleveland’s own platinum recording group BONE THUGS-N-HARMONY. The show will include chart toppers from Bone such as “The Crossroads” and “First of the Month”. Drake will also be performing Billboard hits such as “Best I Ever Had”, “Find Your Love” and “Fancy”.
OHC has also announced eight (8) performances added to the BONE and DRAKE by the LAKE concert. The lineup now is as follows:
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