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.
Palace Theater in Downtown Bryan
– Fiestas Patrias Mexicanas of B/CS Cultural Day Celebration
* 6:00 P.M. – 9:00 P.M.
The Queen Theatre
– Candy 95
* In front of The Queen form 5:00 PM – 7:00 P.M.
– September First Friday – Shazam! Sponsored by Voice For Children
* 8:00 P.M.
– First Friday Information booth
– Bryan High School Marching Band Performance
*6:30 p.m. South Main St. between ACME Glass and Howell
– Experience BCS
– Brazos Valley Center for Independent Living
– Maroon Weekly
– KAMU TV/ Radio
– TAMU Department of Public Health
110 N. Main St.
– Brazos County Coalition Against Domestic Violence
– Brazos Valley Museum of Natural History
– Music by Kendale Walker
– $4 Craft Beer Cans
– Live Music Upstairs by Rachel Bloem
* 9:00 P.M.
Brazos Cedar Works
– Open late on First Fridays! Come in to see all the new Fall arrivals!
Bird’s Nest Gifts & Antiques
– Music by Bryan Piano Man
– We are opening up our upstairs Vendor’s Market and Friday will be the first day that it is open to the public.
The Village Cafe and Art979 Gallery
– Music by Roca Azul
Astin Mansion Event Center
– Join us at the Astin Mansion Event Center! Enjoy live music from the Brian Turner Band and delicious tacos from the Tacos Las Rosas food truck as well as free historical tours of the 99-year old Astin estate.
Daniel Stark Law, P.C.
– We will be giving away a free, brand new car seat and promoting our car seat check-up event in Bryan September 17th
– We will be giving away free tickets to the BCS Classic – Faith Family and Fun Festival
Curious Collections Vinyl Records & More
-“BEAST-brand takeover” – art show and pop-up t-shirt shop featuring local visual art studio Beast Syndicate
Viz North Gallery + Studio
– DIY Aromatherapy
-Doors open early at 9pm with Drag Shows at 10pm and 12am
– Brazos Valley Belly Dance
Papa Perez Mexican Cuisine
– Charity the Clown
Design Superstore – Bryan
– Music from G MONEY
– The Aggie Magic Circle
Catalena Hatters and Texas Rose Boutique
– We will have beaded necklace grab bags 3 for $22. They are regular $15 each. We will also have our good time slushie samples going around to anyone over 21!
– Brazos Valley Fair and Rodeo
In front of Carnegie History Center
– Texas A&M Engineering Extension Service (TEEX)
– Texas A&M Vet School
– Blinn Adult Education and Literacy Program
Must Be Heaven – Main St.
– Texas Challenge Academy
– Physics Show
– White Lotus Pottery
Edward Jones – Financial Advisor: Bret Dark
– Harmony Science Academy Bryan
– Texas A&M Athletics
– First Friday Community Class Bryan
* 6:00 P.M.
Taco Crave B/CS
– Music by Dana and Alonzo
Corner of Time Antiques & Collectibles Mall
– Jeffrey Bolich Spoon Guy
– Brazos Valley Roller Derby
– The Lion and Judah Ministries and Outreach
212 N Main St.
– Music by Nicholas Roman
WJB between Main & Bryan (South)
– TX-17 Indivisible BCS
– Haswell House
– Jehovah’s Witnesses
208 N. Bryan Ave
– Trinity Baptist Church
– New Life Apostolic Church
St. Vincent de Paul Store
– Music by St. Vincent de Paul Players
The Varisco Building in Historic Downtown Bryan TX
– Music by Watson, the Radio
– JLM’S Food Truck
– Sweet Pops
– Sno Monkey
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.