ALBANY, GA (WALB) - Want a night out on the town? It's first Friday again in Albany. From seven to just after midnight, you can enjoy free music and food and drink vendors will be available.
Downtown manager Don Buie says the old excuse, "there's nothing to do in Albany", won't work tonight. "This will be the place to be," he said. "If you've always said there's nothing to do in Albany, Georgia, tonight we are defying that because there is something to do from 7:30 until 12:30 tonight."
The Southern Art Music Ensemble and D.J. Mellow Mike will be providing the music tonight.
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