Clinton Foundation Benefit to be Livestreamed

Show will feature performances by Lady Gaga, Bono and the Edge, Kenny Chesney and Usher

October 14, 2011 4:35 PM ET
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Bono and The Edge perform with U2 at the Glastonbury Festival in England.
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Lady Gaga, U2's Bono and the Edge, Usher, Kenny Chesney and other stars will perform at a charity concert for the William J. Clinton Foundation at the Hollywood Bowl in Los Angeles tomorrow night. The show, which celebrates 10 years of the former president's philanthropic organization, will be streamed live on the Yahoo! site.

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Will Bono team up with Lady Gaga? Will Usher bring his pal Justin Bieber along for the gig? Tune in tomorrow night at 7 p.m. PT to find out.

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