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Lee Brice played Milwaukee on Saturday night ... and he'll do it again next summer. (PHOTO: Dan Garcia)

Lee Brice sets Milwaukee return with Gathering on the Green gig in July

When Lee Brice tweeted "Love ya'll" to his Milwaukee fans (and to our review of his Saturday night show at The Rave), he must've really meant it. Less than 48 hours after that gig, Brice announced his return to Brew City, helping celebrate Gathering at the Green's 25th anniversary by performing at next year's festival on July 12 with special guest Post Monroe.

After getting much start in country music writing songs for the likes of Garth Brooks, Tim McGraw and Jason Aldean, Brice finally began breaking out as a solo artist in 2010 with his debut studio album, "Love Like Crazy." Over the years, his star only grew with hits like "Parking Lot Party," "Drinking Class" and "I Don't Dance." His most recent album, the self-titled "Lee Brice," was released last November, including singles "Boy" and "Rumor."

Tickets for the Gathering on the Green show will go on sale beginning Wednesday, Dec. 19 at 10 a.m. For information on the concert or tickets, visit Gathering on the Green's website or call (262) 242-6187.


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