Located in the heart of downtown Bryan, Grand Stafford Theatre is a premiere concert venue with a full-service bar and a hub for talented musicians. The theatre hosts public and private events, and most notably, energetic, unique concerts. You can discover local performers at this venue and view your favorite touring artist here as well; their repertoire holds no limitations. This weekend at the Grand Stafford Theatre is packed full with vibrant shows to choose from!

Little Image and Honest Men with John Marc Kohl

On Thursday September 6, the theatre will host the indie rock band, Little Image. Admission for this show is $10 online and at the door, and the set begins at 7 p.m. The headlining band hails from Dallas, Tx. and has been making a mark on the music scene, especially with their 2017 debut album “Musings.”  Fans of Radiohead and LCD Soundsystem will enjoy Little Image’s melodic and impactful songs.

Another indie rock band is Honest Men. They take more influence from 80’s pop and mesh it with a fresh rock & roll sound. Honest Men formed in Waco, Tx. in 2015 after winning a Battle of the Bands competition at Baylor University. Since then, they have toured with various bands, including Smashmouth and Colony House. Fans of bright indie rock bands such as Walk the Moon and Young the Giant will recognize the name Honest Men.

The opening act for Thursday’s show, John Marc Khol, will melt your heart with his raw and emotional music. He is a local singer songwriter from Bryan, Tx. and provides his audiences with an introspective and vulnerable look into his music.

First Friday Featuring Nathan Quick with Ruckus

On Friday September 7, the Grand Stafford features free live music during First Friday. Doors open at 7 p.m. and the music begins at 8 p.m. Blues guitarist Nathan Quick will be pairing up with the band Ruckus to perform a set full of Americana, rock and blues. Quick and Ruckus are both Houston natives and will deliver an entertaining show for September’s First Friday.