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Albany's 4th is much more than fireworks

ALBANY, GA (WALB) -

The gates of the Exchange Club Fairgrounds open at 3:00 this afternoon for the events and activities that precede the huge fireworks show tonight.

There will be live music, lots of fun activities for kids, and plenty of vendors on site. They will provide a variety of food, beverages, and merchandise for sale.  

Organizers say this is a family-friendly, non-alcoholic event.  No backpacks, bags, coolers, weapons, pets, or personal fireworks are allowed.

Admission is $2.00 per person or $5.00 per car (up to 6 people, additional people at $2.00 per person).  Buses are not included in the car price.  Military are free with military ID.   

 The biggest fireworks show in southwest Georgia will begin at approximately 9:15 pm and is set to patriotic music.



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