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May First Friday

Historic Downtown Bryan has all of the “Must-Do” activities in one place!

There’s just so much going on this evening; we could not wait to share it!
And it all seems to begin with First Friday in Historic Downtown Bryan.

First Friday really has become the “must do” activity for residents and visitors alike.
Activities kick off around 5:30PM on the first Friday of each month. There are street performers, artists, and vendors. Shops & restaurants stay open until late evening.
Plus there are tons of great featured events sure to meet a variety of interests!

Here are just a few of the special events taking place this evening:


Viz-a-GoGo is an annual showcase hosted by Texas A&M’s Department of Visualization, involving both an exhibition and screening of student work. This event is free and open to the public and will take place at multiple venues in Downtown Bryan over the weekend.

03may12:00 pm10:00 pmViz-a-GoGo 26 - Day 2The Science of Visualization Sciences Science Fair

D’Vine Cuisine’s May Supper Club

Don’t miss your opportunity to check out this beautiful venue and enjoy an incredible and unique dinner experience.

03may6:30 pm9:30 pmD'Vine Cuisine's May Supper Club

First Friday Glow Night Party at Square One

Yet another beautiful venue in Historic Downtown Bryan!  Bring a T-Shirt, paint it up and enjoy a Glow Party under the black lights!

03may7:00 pm11:00 pmFirst Friday Glow Night Party

Free Live Music at the Grand Stafford Theater

The Grand Stafford Theater is one of the pillars of the Downtown Bryan experience.  Come enjoy free live music and check out the amazing venue

03may7:30 pmFirst Friday @ Grand Stafford Theater: feat Keeton Coffman, Taylor Young, and The Docs

Blaggards Live at the Palace Theater

It goes without saying (but we will say it anyway)… this is one of the biggest events of the evening!  The Blaggards will give a free live performance tonight at 8PM at the Palace Theater!

05jul8:00 pm11:00 pmBlaggards at First Friday in Historic Downtown Bryan

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