Locals celebrate late musician with Prine & Dine

John Prine. Special to The Forum
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John Prine died in April, but his music lives on.

Fargo-based events promoter, Jade Presents, which worked with Prine a number of times through the years, is partnering with Fargo Brewing Company, Maria’s HomeStyle Mexican and over a dozen local musicians to celebrate the late singer’s music.

An at-home dinner and concert, Prine & Dine includes a tray of six ready-to-heat shredded beef enchiladas - Prine’s favorite post-show meal -and a mixed six-pack from Fargo Brewing all delivered to your home, or available for pick up. The main event is a viewing party at 7 p.m. featuring local musicians covering the singer from their homes.

Prices range from “The Whole Enchilada” package for $45 down to just the link to the live show for $19.

Musicians include Tom Peckskamp, Gina Powers, Nathan Pitcher, Jessica Vines, Pat Lenertz, The Cropdusters, Tucker’d Out, David Allen, Rob Ashe and more.


Jade Presents presents president, Jade Nielsen, will share personal stories about working with Prine.

Tickets are available at .

For 20 years John Lamb has covered art, entertainment and lifestyle stories in the area for The Forum.
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