Protesters are expected outside the Cobb Energy Performing Arts Centre Saturday night before Bill Cosby is set to appear.
In a Facebook post, the grassroots group, We Support the Survivors of Bill Cosby, says its goal is to make this event the last show he'll perform.
Dozens of women accuse Cosby of drugging and sexually assaulting them. Some of these allegations are decades old. Cosby, 77, has never been charged. In promoting Saturday's show, he ignores the controversy dogging him.
"I'm going to perform because I love it when you laugh," he says in a short videotaped message. "I love it when you smile."
Despite requests for refunds, the box office says none will be given. Tickets for the May 2 show are selling on secondary markets for well below face value.
The Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports tomorrow night's show appears to be the only active date left on Cosby's current concert schedule.