Summer concert series Music at the Square makes for tuneful Tuesdays in downtown Fargo
Concerts will be held every other Tuesday featuring local performers.
FARGO — The center of downtown Fargo, Broadway Square at 201 Broadway, will have a steady beat every other Tuesday this summer with the Music at the Square concert series.
Music will run from 7 to 9 p.m. every other Tuesday featuring this lineup:
- June 6: Dan Brekke
- June 20: Kathie Brekke
- July 11: The Cropdusters
- July 25: Short Notice
- August 8: The Gina Powers Band
- August 22: Kwaician Traylor
- September 5: The Funk Commission
- September 19: 3rd Street Blues Band
Concert-goers can bring a blanket or lawn chair and find a spot on the Broadway Square Leisure Lawn or use the tables and chairs around the space.
There will be food for sale and Rosewild offers a cash bar during performances.
For more information visit fargobroadwaysquare.com
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