FIRST FRIDAY ACTIVITIES AND EVENTS

OCTOBER FIRST FRIDAY ACTIVITIES
OCTOBER 1, 2021 

October First Friday Presented by Baylor Scott & White

Main Street Closure Area

Members of the Brazos Valley Farmer's Market will be set up along Main Street from 5-9pm.

Classic Cars will be parked in front of the Hudson Barber Emporium.

26th Street Closure Area

LIVE!art will be set up next to The Village Cafe with live art demonstrations from local artists from 5-9pm. 

Free First Friday Concert

Community Groups and Non Profits

Street Performers

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The following businesses will be open on First Friday. Most businesses will be open during normal daytime operating hours with extended First Friday hours. 

The 101 Bar

418 N. Main St.: A retired military helicopter, OH-58A Kiowa, used in the Vietnam War is on display at 418 North Main Street
808 Technologies
Aggie Relo
All The King's Men
Astin Mansion 

Art of War
Bavarian Brauhaus 
Bird's Nest Gifts & Antiques
Blackwater Draw Brewing Co.

Brazos Glassworks

Brazos Valley African American Museum

Brick + Mortar Bridal Boutique

Burr's Boho
Burr's Unfinished Furniture

Busha's Cookies
Caffé Capri
Casa Rodriguez Mexican Restaurant:
Catalena Hatters
The Chocolate Gallery of B/CS 
Cilantro Mexican Grill
Cocoa's Pantry
Corner of Time Antiques & Collectibles Mall
The Downtown Elixir and Spirits Company
D'Vine Cuisine
Ed's Bookshop

Einkorn Kitchen
The Frame Gallery

Grand Stafford Theater

Halo Club
Harvest Coffee Bar

Hudson Barber Emporium: Classic cars parked in front of Hudson Barber.
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Kolache Capital Bakery

Lexitas Legal
Longhorn Tavern Steakhouse
Margie's Bar & Grill

The Maroon Tiki Bar

Milton Parker Home B&B: 
Mr. G's Pizzeria

Murphy's Law 
Must Be Heaven
Old Bryan Marketplace
Papa Perez Mexican Cuisine
The Proudest Monkey
Purple Turtle Art Studio

Rabbit Hole Antiques & Collectibles
Restaurant San Jose

Remax 20/20 

Reserve at Cottonwood Creek

Rising Dawn Home Interiors
Ronin Restaurant

Rx Pizza
Saint Andrew's Episcopal Church

Savage Brew

Savage Diva

St. Vincent de Paul Thrift Shop
String & Horn Shop
Studio Yoga
Taco Crave B/CS
Texas Rose Boutique
The Village and Art979 Gallery

Vino Boheme 

The Viz Lab

Voices for Children

Water to Wine Productions

GENERAL FIRST FRIDAY INFORMATION

Destination Bryan 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.

Main St. from 26th Street to 28th and 26th Street from Bryan Ave to Parker Ave 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.

Destination Bryan reserves the right to deny or revoke the permit of any participate the DB does not deem family friendly.

Please practice safe guidelines while out in public. Self-screen before leaving the house and stay home if you are sick or have any COVID-19 symptoms.