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August 2019 First Friday
August 2 @ 5:00 pm - 11:00 pm
The Downtown Bryan Association invites you to come out to First Friday! Enjoy live music, art and an array of shopping and dining options. This is a free, family friendly event and a great way to enjoy the evening! Check back the week of for a full list of activities.
Thank you to our First Friday sponsors Aggie 96.1
– Experience BCS
The Village and Art979 Gallery
– Music by The Bryan Turner Band
Parker Astin Arts Center
– Celebrating their 5th Birthday!
– Music by Oliver Penn in the courtyard
– Music by Americana artist Greg Schroeder
– Habitat for Humanity ReStore
– Brazos Valley Museum of Natural History
– Music by Kendale Walker
– $5.00 Frozen Frose
– $10.00 for 2 glass shaker of Fireball Sangria
– $3 Craft Beer Cans
– Live Music Upstairs
* 9:00 P.M.
Brazos Cedar Works
– First Friday Hours 9:00 A.M. – 10:00 P.M.
Bird’s Nest Gifts & Antiques
– Music by Bryan Piano Man
– Brazos Valley Belly Dance
Papa Perez Mexican Cuisine
– Charity the Clown
Design Superstore – Bryan
– Music from Joseph & Ryan
In front of Carnegie History Center
– Texas A&M Athletics
– Texas A&M Vet School
– First United Methodist Church
Must Be Heaven – Main St.
– BCS Darts
– New Life Apostolic Church
Corner of Time Antiques & Collectibles Mall
– Brazos Spinners & Weavers/ Intersections
– Jeffrey Bolich Spoon Guy
– Bryan Firefighters Association
– Brazos Valley Roller Derby
– The Lion and Judah Ministries and Outreach
212 N Main St.
– Music by Roza Azul
WJB between Main & Bryan (South)
– TX-17 Indivisible BCS
– Life Church
– Brazos Valley Breastfeeding Coalition
208 N. Bryan Ave
– Music by Souled Out
The Varisco Building in Historic Downtown Bryan TX
– Music by Nicholas Roman
St. Vincent de Paul BCS
– Watson, Radio
First Friday Rules and Information:
The Downtown Bryan Association holds the permit for First Friday and as such, is the entity that determines who is allowed to participate. Arts and culture have always been a centerpiece of First Friday. Artists, musicians and non-profits are accepted with careful review.
No selling is allowed on sidewalks. Political activities or solicitations are not allowed during First Friday. First Friday is a free event open to the public.
26th Street between Main St. and Carnegie Alley will be closed as well as Main St. from 26th Street to 28th from 4:00 P.M. to 11:00 P.M. for First Friday.
There is parking available at the Roy R Kelly building/parking garage.
All participants of First Friday, including artists, performers, and non-profits, must be family friendly. The Downtown Bryan Association reserves the right to deny or revoke the permit of any participate the DBA does not deem family friendly.