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Babyface to perform in Albany, tickets still available

Babyface will perform the "I love Music Tour" in Albany on Friday. (Source:WALB) Babyface will perform the "I love Music Tour" in Albany on Friday. (Source:WALB)
Joel Holmes, Director of Community and Leisure Services (Source:WALB) Joel Holmes, Director of Community and Leisure Services (Source:WALB)
Tickets are still available for the concert. (Source:WALB) Tickets are still available for the concert. (Source:WALB)
ALBANY, GA (WALB) -

There's still time for people to purchase Babyface tickets.

The "I love Music Tour" kicks off at the Albany Civic Center Friday night.

The tour includes Kenny "Babyface" Edmonds, Lyfe Jennings and Tyanna Jones.

Civic Center officials said that the tickets have been selling steadily.

They also encouraged people to arrive early.

"Come out a little bit earlier to avoid a line because you know a lot of times when people come 10 minutes before show time you may encourage a little bit of a line," said Director over Community and Leisure Services Joel Homes. "So we encourage you to come on out a little bit early. Find your way to your seat. Our ushers will help you find your seat. You know get to the concession stand, get you something eat, something to drink and get comfortable and get ready for the show."

You can still get tickets even after showtime Friday night. The concert will start at 7:30 p.m. 

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