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More than a name change: First on First brings life to downtown Dickinson

Food, fun and music filled the streets of downtown Dickinson Thursday night for the first First on First event of the summer. Formally called Alive@5, First on First happens each Thursday until September 1, with various bands playing each week. E...

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Alex “Alli Gator” Schwab, a Dickinson roller derby competitor, rollerskates around with her dog Zia at the First on First concert on Thursday evening. (Press Photo by Sydney Mook)

Food, fun and music filled the streets of downtown Dickinson Thursday night for the first First on First event of the summer.

Formally called Alive@5, First on First happens each Thursday until September 1, with various bands playing each week.

Event coordinator Brock White says the first concert went well, but you may notice some changes.

The event is free to the public.

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