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GLEN ALLEN, Va. -- Innsbrook After Hours celebrated its 30th anniversary this year. Over three decades, the West End concert series has seen a wide variety of bands, from country to rock and roll.

In this week's Nikki-Dee, Can You Be Me segment, I worked in the ticketing booth for an Innsbrook After Hours show. Ed Seitz, Tony Gali, Richard Peyton and others put me through the paces. From setting up the tables and line dividers to collecting names of ticket winners to selling tickets and scanning others, the job is non-stop.

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