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Cincinnati Music Festival 2017: Three Days Of Love, Peace, Spectacular Performances & Great Music

Cincinnati Music Festival

The city of Cincinnati opened up its arms and welcomed over 50,000 people to the Cincinnati Music Festival for the three-day event which was an amazing and spectacular sight to see.  The festival showcased performances by Mary J. Blige, Usher, Fantaisa, Anthony Hamilton, SWV, Kem, Ro James, Bell Biv DeVoe, EnVogue,  ConFunkShun, Rob Base, Kid Capri and beat box King Doug E. Fresh.

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The Cincinnati Music Festival was sponsored by one of America’s favorites, Proctor & Gamble, who has been the proud sponsor for the last few years. Attendees enjoyed tons  Proctor & Gamble sample freebies that were given out to fans who love their products.

The music event has been going on for five decades and growing stronger each year with tons of out of town guests from cities like Detroit and Chicago. This weekends kick off was not about football at the Paul Brown Stadium but fun filled entertainment, music, Love, celebrities and lots of energy.

This was the perfect place for singles and couples to enjoy the music of their favorite artists. Everyone partied in peace and you could feel the love in the air especially while Kem serenades the crowd. Below is footage of a newly wed couple who enjoyed their first dance as husband and wife.

Doug E. Fresh came out and gave a special performance as he rocked the crowd.  He performed his signature dance moves and the crowd danced and sang along while hyping him up.

The show was hosted by the Beat Box King Doug E Fresh and none other than one of radio Industry’s finest, Tom Joyner who kept the audience in awe.

Usher ended the festival by giving a high energy performance while bringing Grammy award winner and rapper Lil Jon to the stage who won in collaboration with Usher for “Yeh“.  He performed a medley of his hit songs and the crowd eagerly participated.  The audience sang along and lit up their cell phones as Usher sang”Let It Burn”.  He even informed the crowd that he paid the extra fee so that can perform the last song of the night which ended beautifully.

 

Ear Hustle 411 had the time of our lives and look forward to attending the Cincinnati Music Festival 2018;  the tickets go on sale August 14, 2017. 

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