Heavy metal band Bad Wolves add May date for Fargo Brewing
The group made a name for itself with a cover of The Cranberries "Zombie".
FARGO — Heavy metal band Bad Wolves will have heads banging when it plays an outdoor show at Fargo Brewing Company on Tuesday, May 30.
The Los Angeles-based group broke out with a cover of The Cranberries “Zombie” in 2018 and followed it up with original singles like “Remember When,” “Killing me Slowly” and “Sober”.
Tickets for this all-ages show go on sale at noon Friday, April 21, ranging from $25 to $75 at jadepresents.com.
The Arts Partnership established the Individual Arts Partnership grants in 2012 to support artists working in any genre and who are at any career stage.
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