WAKE FOREST — If you had fun during the inaugural Friday Night on White downtown music concert, round two is right around the corner when Brickhouse plays on White Street May 13 from 6 to 9 p.m.
Food and refreshments will be available for purchase at several downtown restaurants during Friday Night on White.
A variety of food and dessert trucks will also be on site in the parking lot of Fidelity Bank, 231 S. White St., and along Owen Avenue, including include Arepa Culture NC, Bam Pow Chow, Baton Rouge Cuisine, Charlie’s Kabob Grill on Wheels, Cousins Maine Lobster, Fuzzy’s Empanadas, The VFW Chuckwagon, Virgil’s Jamaica, Kona Ice, Lumpy’s Ice Cream, and Sweet Stacey Cakes.
No outside coolers are permitted during Friday Night on White, but beer, wine, soft drinks, and water will be available for purchase. All attendees wishing to purchase beer and wine will be required to present age identification and wear the provided identifying bracelet.
In response to the incredible turnout for the April 8 Friday Night on White and the constructive feedback provided by attendees, event organizers have announced the following changes to Friday Night on White beginning with May 13:
•In addition to beer, wine, soft drinks and water will be available for purchase.
•Designated drivers will be eligible to receive two complimentary soft drinks or waters during each Friday Night on White concert. To be eligible, you must be at least 21 years old with a valid driver’s license. Visit the information tent located in the vicinity of Shorty’s for details.
•Beer and wine tokens will be available for purchase at four points of sale tents instead of one. The tents will be situated at each end of South White Street, near the intersection of Owen Avenue/Brooks Street, and on South White Street near Shorty’s.
•Tokens may also be purchased anytime during normal business hours inside White Street Brewing Co.
•Additional beer and wine serving stations will be added, including a second White Street Brewing Co. beer truck.
Free parking will be available along several side streets and parking lots in downtown Wake Forest and at Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary.
Art After Hours will officially resume in October, but several downtown merchants and art galleries will offer special arts-related programs and activities on the second Friday evening of each month as part of Friday Night on White. For complete details, visit www.wakeforestnc.gov/merchant-specials.aspx.