1901 44th Street SW
Fargo, ND 58103
Phone: (701) 277-4627
Fax: (701) 356-0733
1901 44th Street SW, Fargo, ND, US, 58103
- Phone: (701) 277-4627
- Fax: (701) 356-0733
A sleek combination of technology coupled with able hospitality makes this event center popular with any concert lover cum match freak! Events here include concerts as well as games, rodeo driving, the list goes on... The catering facilities, huge locker rooms, high-tech lighting all makes Alerus special on the arena circuit. Also does the fact that the charismatic Cher who graced the stage here, make it visit-able enough?
Scheels Arena prides itself on providing a space for Fargo's active youth to have some fun. This ice hockey rink offers rink and skate rentals and also hosted the Curling National Championships in 2011.
The region's longest running festival features pioneer demonstrations & food, costumed interpreters, live musical entertainment, children's activities and a fantastic parade of vintage automobiles & antique tractors. Will take place on Saturday and Sunday. Held in August.
The Plain Arts Museum is a hub of creativity and culture in Fargo, North Dakota. Exhibits change throughout the year and there are frequently events for guests to get to know the artists and experience unique creations.
For all those who prefer speed and adrenaline rushes, the Red River Valley Speedway is the perfect place for you. Here some of the fastest cars can be seen as the drivers race for the finish line during matches. The Red River Valley Speedway is also famous for being the official fairground for the Red River Valley Fair and the Iron Man Show held annually right here in West Fargo. For further details, about the venue do visit their website.
The venue for the prominent Red River Valley Fair, the fairgrounds is located in the bustling city of West Fargo. When in use for the fair, this venue sees many prominent artists from all over the country perform here. The fairgrounds comprises venues that are used not just for the fair, but also for other events all year round. The venues are also given on rent for events. Do contact to know more about the fairgrounds, including information on upcoming events.
This 344-seat theatre allows an audience a very intimate and special experience with state-of-the-art lighting, sound, costume and science technology. 12 productions are held each season.
North Dakota State University hosts several theatre, music and visual art shows throughout the year. One of its five fine venues, the Festival Concert Hall is located in the southwest section of the campus, and is home to both the NSDU's music major groups and other music ensembles like the Fargo—Moorhead Symphony Orchestra. Stop by for some unforgettable performances in the 1000 seat venue, which can also be rented out. Tickets are reasonably priced, and entry to some of the shows is free.
Fargo Theatre is a historic movie theater, constructed in 1926 in the Art Deco style. It is famous for both the films it broadcasts and its unique architecture. The building was refurbished in 1999 and finds a place on the National Register of Historic Places. In addition to popular Hollywood flicks, visitors can view alternate cinema and foreign films from diverse countries. It also runs series on classic films and acts as a cultural center for art events. Children and adults alike can avail of packages to celebrate fun-filled birthdays at the theater with the person's name highlighted on the marquee. Check the website for the calender of events and shows.
The Fargo-Moorhead RedHawks are a professional Northern League expansion team.
With a seating capacity of 250, the Concordia Christiansen Recital Hall features rehearsals and performances for music organizations. It is an iconic music venue within the Hvidsten Hall of Music that provides entertainment and access to musical art through various concerts. Call ahead for more information.
The Fargodome is a multi-purpose facility used for concerts, sporting events, family shows, trade shows and more.