If you’ve ever heard stories about the “good old days,” chances are vinyls played a big part in making those memories. Vinyls also made their way into the 90s and helped maintain an entire youth culture of music. Though vinyl records have not been widely used for a few decades, there has been a resurgence of their popularity among younger generations. Whether you use records to reminisce about younger days, to listen to today’s music, or simply because you like the idea of vinyl, you might want to check out Grand Stafford Theater’s Bring Your Own Vinyl (BYOV) nights every Wednesday.
BYOV Nights are sponsored by Curious Collections Vinyl Records & More. At BYOV nights, you can find new music based off of the interest of fellow guests, enjoy happy hour prices all night, and purchase new records. Guests are encouraged to bring your own records to listen to, and invited to record swap with new or old friends while listening to old and new records at the bar. Don’t hesitate to try one of Grand Stafford Theater’s craft cocktails or curated wines. You’ll also find great craft beers with happy hour prices.
Curious Collections will have a small pop up shop in Grand Stafford Theater where you can make purchases to add to your own vinyl collection, along with a record player set up. BYOV is a recurring event that takes place every Wednesday night from 4:30 to 9 p.m. The Grand Stafford Theater is located at 106 S Main St in Bryan, TX.
For more information, visit: www.grandstaffordtheater.com