President Bill Clinton cuts his birthday cake given to him by the crew aboard Air Force One on his way to a vacation in Martha’s Vineyard, Massachusetts on August 19, 1993. Clinton’s daughter Chelsea applauds at left. (AP Photo/Marcy Nighswander) U.S. President Bill Clinton is surrounded by members of the Martha’s Vineyard Boys and Girls Club who greeted Clinton at the Martha’s Vineyard Airport in Tisbury, Massachusetts, Thursday, August 19, 1993 with a Happy Birthday sign. Clinton, who is beginning a 11-day family vacation on the well-known Massachusetts island, celebrated his 47th birthday on Thursday. (AP Photo/Greg Gibson) President Clinton enjoys a laugh as singer Patti LaBelle croons "Happy Birthday" to him during a midsummer night festival and fundraiser on the banks of the Potomac River in Oxen Hill, Md. Tuesday night, August 2, 1994. Clinton whose birthday actually falls on August 19, later cut a large birthday cake. (AP Photo/Greg Gibson) President Bill Clinton smiles as he looks at his birthday cake with Democratic National party co-chair Sen. Wyche Fowler, right, at The Sheraton New York Hotel Sunday August 18, 1996. President Clinton came to New York at the end of his vacation to celebrate his 50th birthday and to raise $8 million for Democrats and subtly accentuate his age difference with Republican presidential candidate Bob Dole. (AP Photo/Greg Gibson) Former U.S. president Bill Clinton (C) laughs as UN Special Envoy for AIDS/HIV in Africa Stephen Lewis (L) and conference co-chair Helene Gayle (R) hold his hand and sing happy birthday for Clinton at the Sixteenth International AIDS conference in Toronto August 15, 2006. Lewis requested crowd members to sing happy birthday for Clinton, who referenced the fact that he will be turning 60 in four days. REUTERS/J.P. Moczulski
Former president Bill Clinton turned 65 on August 19 and will continue his birthday celebrations at the Decade of Difference concert, which will feature performances by Usher, Lady Gaga, The Edge and Bono. View the slideshow to see how Clinton celebrated his birthday in the past.