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April 30, 2004

Tifton- The 24th Annual Love Affair Fine Arts Festival kicked off Thursday and will run until Sunday.

Dozens of vendors and artists have set up shop in Tifton's Fulwood Park, but organizers say this year there's more than just exhibits on display.

"If you're not necessarily interested and don't want to look at all the paintings and the sculpture then you can you can just come and relax and listen to the music and move around from stage to stage, and plan to spend the day with us," says publicist Lynn McDonald.

Four separate stages will be set up Saturday, and will feature Celtic, American and classical music, as well as an African dance troupe.

Posted at 5:10 PM by elaine.armstrong@walb.com