FIRST FRIDAY ACTIVITIES AND EVENTS

FEBRUARY FIRST FRIDAY ACTIVITIES

FEBRUARY 7, 2020 5 PM - 11 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! 
 

Thank you to our First Friday sponsors Aggie 96.1
 



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.

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GENERAL FIRST FRIDAY 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.

 

First Friday is a free event open to the public.

No selling is allowed on sidewalks.

Political activities or solicitations are not allowed during First Friday.

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.