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WHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS (AP) — Kenny Chesney will be the headline act for a series of concerts during this year's PGA Tour's Greenbrier Classic golf tournament.

The Greenbrier announced Jan. 25 that Chesney will perform on July 4 at the State Fair of West Virginia's amphitheater in Fairlea the same day the tournament begins at the resort in White Sulphur Springs.

Other concert acts have yet to be announced.

The price of weekly tournament badges includes admission to the concerts. Weekly badges start at $169.

Last year's acts included Toby Keith, Rod Stewart, Lionel Ritchie, The Fray and Bon Jovi.

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