words by Chevy Anderson
Popup art galleries, street performers, kissing booths and rap music that led to a man enjoying his American history book perhaps a bit too much: This is just a sliver of the offerings at the second Benson First Friday in Omaha. It took planning to hit a majority of the many stops, and planning wasn't my forte when it came to seeing everything.
Full disclosure: I missed Millions of Boys at Parlour 1887, so I staged a photo with them playing an instrument that they don’t normally play. Family Picnic, however, fell into my camera's lens live at Barley Street, as did the colorfully dressed men and women walking Maple's middle lane. See more photos below by Nicholas O'Bradovich and me. Also watch a video by Brett Brooner that runs through the bulk of BFF here.
photos by Nicholas O'Bradovich
photos by Chevy Anderson
photos of Family Picnic
photos of Millions of Boys
Chevy Anderson and Nicholas O'Bradovich are Hear Nebraska contributors. Follow along on with Benson First Friday's Facebook page for news about the next round of arts events.