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Folkways to host season's final Night Bazaar Sept. 22

This month's Night Bazaar will bring skateboarding to Broadway Square.

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Folkways will host the season's final Night Bazaar Sept. 22 at Broadway Square in downtown Fargo.
Contributed / Yasmine Sailer
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FARGO — Folkways will host the season's final Night Bazaar Sept. 22 at Broadway Square, 201 Broadway.

The upcoming Bazaar will feature over 40 local artisans, makers, and vintage shops. This month’s night market will welcome local skateboarders to the event with a miniature mobile skate park on the west side of Broadway Square. A selection of local skateboarders will showcase their talents on the ramps. In a statement to Folkways, Fargo Hawk’s Nest co-founder Ryan Turner said he is “beyond excited to be a part of the Night Bazaar and share our love of skateboarding with the FM community.”

Music by Minneapolis DJ NuAge Knight will be punctuated with performances by local
movement talents. Among them will be All-Star Afro Dance Group, a youth group dancing to African-inspired beats, local hip-hop dance group The Krownz, and Fargo Flow, a collective of individuals who dance with various props. Later in the evening, entertainer Kati Rose Hicks will perform an aerial, juggling and hooping routine.

This event is free, family friendly, and dog friendly. More information including a full schedule, list of vendors, and parking locations can be found at www.folkways.co/nightbazaar .

Performance Schedule:

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6 to 10 p.m. - Live beats from NuAge Knight will be featured throughout the evening.

6:45 p.m. - Afro Dance Performance by All-Star Afro Dance Group

7:45 p.m. - Live Poi Flow Performance by Fargo Flow

8:30 p.m. - Aerial and Hooping Performance by Kati Rose Hicks

9 p.m. - Live Hip-Hop Dance Performance by The Krownz

Related Topics: FARGOBROADWAY SQUARE
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