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ALBANY, GA (WALB) -

If you are looking for something to do this weekend... you can check out the May-Haw Variety Show in Colquitt.

The Show is based off of the old Hee-Haw television show.

It will have features skits... jokes... talented singers... and possibly a live band.

"It is live music, it is live people, making jokes and being funny and if you have never been in Cotton Hall, there is a particular feeling in that building, you feel a sense of community and camaraderie," said Haley Rice, artistic director.

Tickets are 15 dollars.

Shows will be on the 18th... 19th... 25th... and 26th.

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