It’s the first weekend in March, and you know what that means: another free First Friday show at the Grand Stafford Theater! This month, First Friday falls on March 6, and the very next day, there’s another great show on Saturday, March 7!
First of all, on March 6, the doors open at 5:30 p.m. From 6-8 p.m., the theater’s own house act, the Brazos Valley All Star Band, will be putting on another exciting performance of classic rock and r&b covers. Formed of an all-star group of members that have all separately performed with famous names from across the musical spectrum, the Brazos Valley All Star Band has consistently put on some great shows since they banded together, and this one’s likely to be no different. Next, the band Selfless Lovers will be playing their unique brand of scorching rock and roll starting at 8:30. As with all of the First Friday shows, this event is all ages and completely free! If you’re interested in learning more,
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Secondly, if you’re interested in a louder, more energetic show, Saturday, March 7 will showcase a large lineup of hardcore bands headlined by Texas progressive metal band Isonomist. Opening for Isonomist will be four other metal bands, the Bryan-based Distance Here in their farewell performance, The Vinous, Talk in Theory, and Aphotic Contrivance. If you’re interested in checking out this event, tickets are $10 at the door, and to learn more,
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As expected, the Grand Stafford Theater keeps March interesting with a great lineup of shows, and this weekend will feature bands that cover the spectrum of musical interests!