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T.I. to perform at the Albany Civic Center

Tickets are now available for T.I.'s concert on July 29th. (Source:WALB) Tickets are now available for T.I.'s concert on July 29th. (Source:WALB)
Joel Holmes, Director of Leisure and Community Services (Source:WALB) Joel Holmes, Director of Leisure and Community Services (Source:WALB)
Tickets range from $47 to $82. (Source:WALB) Tickets range from $47 to $82. (Source:WALB)
ALBANY, GA (WALB) -

A rap superstar is coming to Albany and tickets are now on sale.

T.I. will perform at the Albany Civic Center on July 29th.
No opening acts have been announced yet.
Civic Center managers say they're working hard to bring big acts to town this summer.

"We're excited we've had some good months in the last year,” said Joel Holmes, Director of Leisure and Community Services. “We feel like a good variety of acts have come to the Civic Center and we hope to keep that continuing. We're certainly excited about T.I being from Atlanta and being a Georgia performer. We're excited about having him come to Albany and perform for us."

Tickets range from $47 to $82 and are available at the box office and online.

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