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Usher Is Coming To The Calgary Stampede!

We're getting closer to Stampede Season and we all know what that means... concert announcements! The Calgary Stampede just announced that Usher & The Roots will be performing in Calgary during this year's Calgary Stampede! This is not a drill Calgary. Get ready to be screamin' "Yeah!" this summer.

The artist and former "The Voice" judge will be performing at the Scotiabank Saddledome on July 15, 2017, and we can't wait. Tickets go on sale on March 3, 2017. However, there are a few ways you can cop early bird tickets as early as February 28th! You can grab tickets your tickets and get more information on presales hereYou don't want to miss out!

We’re excited to announce that @Usher & @theroots will be performing at #Stampede2017! Tickets go on sale March 3.

— Calgary Stampede (@calgarystampede) February 23, 2017

We're so ready to dance like it's the last night of our lives.

#Stampede2017 is going to be lit.

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