The Fargo Beat
Fargo-Moorhead Social & Word of Mouth Network
It’s looking like a quiet fall weekend in Fargo… oh, wait, is there something going ondowntown?
ESPN College Game Day
– Sat 9/21, 8 am – 11 am, Downtown. Shuttles will be runningall day until 2:45 pm back and forth from NDSU to Downtown. Put on your green andgold and show ESPN what Fargo is all about! Most bars are opening early for theoccasion, so go support them too!
9/19-21, events include Cruise night, a parade, the Firefighter’s Ball andmore. westfargond.gov/westfest
Food Truck Festival
- 11 am- 11pm, North Dakota Horse Park. North Dakota’s first everfood truck festival (so this is a real thing?!) 7 + food trucks from the FM area andthroughout the Midwest will be available. PLUS (as if you needed more reason to go to afood truck festival?) a live band, prizes, jump houses and more.
Fargo Beer Festival
- 6pm- 9 pm, Fargo Civic Center. Samplings of over 100 premiumcraft brews! PLUS (again, you need to entice me more than saying there will be a lot of beer?!) live music, food vendors, and lots of fun! Tickets $24 in advance, $30 at thedoor.
ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT
– Look to The Arts Partnership’s ARTSpulse for daily info for what is going on andinteresting in local arts & culture. Check this link to sign up for their email, Facebook, Twitter,Tumblr, Pinterest, and Google+. http://theartspartnership.net/artspulse/
Throughout the Weekend
Red by John Logan
– 9/19-21 at 7:30 pm and Sept 8 & 15 at 2:00 pm, Theatre B
The Hounds of the Baskervilles
, 9/20, 21 & 26, 7:30 p.m., The Stage at Island Park.
The Hobbit Trail: A Tour of Biblical Proportions,
9/19-21, 8pm,Headliner: Nate Ford,Feature: Brendan O’Day, Courtney’s Comedy Club
Thursday September 19
Matt Haimovitz and Christopher O’Riley
– 7:30 pm, MSUM
Hellzapoppin Side Show
- 9 pm, The Hub
– 9 pm , Windbreak Saloon