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Bryan City Council Receives Texas Reds Festival Update

TexasRedslogo2014smallThe Bryan City Council has learned of more changes being made to the Texas Reds Festival.

The update was given by representatives of the Downtown Bryan Association (DBA), which is in charge for the first time.

The festival, which will be the last Saturday and Sunday in September, will cover less of downtown Bryan. The festival area will be reduced by six city blocks.

There will be no headline entertainment. Instead, there will be six stages of continuous entertainment from local and regional artists.

And there will be a faith based program Sunday morning at the Palace Theater.

There was no feedback from the council on a request to spend $127,000 to cover expenses that have to be paid in the next couple of months.

The DBA has also asked the city to provide fire and police coverage, electricity, ticket booths, a trailer for the grape stomp, barricades, and solid waste services.

Click HERE to be directed to the Texas Reds Festival website.

Click below for the comments from the presentation, led by the DBA’s Amanda Reynolds and Sandy Farris.


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Posted by on Apr 10 2014. Filed under Featured Stories, News.
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