May June 2024: Summer Event Calendar

May June 2024: Summer Events Calendar

May 16th, 2024

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Spring Crows

Now - June 28, Spirit Room, Fargo

Forty artists display works centered around a crow theme. Opening reception on May 17.

Women of the West Art Show

Now - June 29, Long X Arts Foundation Gallery, Watford City

Amanda Heimbuch's mixed media art is inspired by western women.

Forever Music Concerts

May 17-18, Belle Mehus Auditorium, Bismarck

Hear the young voices of the Central Dakota Children’s Choir.

This Random World

May 18-19, Theatre B, Moorhead

Theatre B explores serendipity and missed connections in this funny, bittersweet play.


May 18, Main Street, Mandan.

Heavy equipment and work trucks line Main Street for up-close viewing.

Scheels Backyard BBQ

May 18, Scheels, Bismarck

Live music, giveaways, samples, Stan’s Supermarket sausage, food truck eats and ice cream.

Dead Threads: A Brewhalla Vintage Market

May 18, Brewhalla, Fargo

30+ vendors sell clothing, accessories, decor and furniture. Tailoring and dry cleaning too.

West Fargo Market

May 18, POW/MIA Plaza, West Fargo

The Red River Market arrives on Sheyenne for an immersive one-day event.

City Slicker Showdown

May 18, McKenzie County Ag Expo, Watford City

Shoot, rope, and ride your way to the top and claim your spot as McKenzie County's Champion City Slicker!

Cody Johnson: The Leather Tour


The Nashville platinum recording artist is joined by Justin Moore & Drake Milligan.

S’mores World Record Attempt

May 18, Fort Stevenson State Park, Garrison

Be a part of a world record attempt and score some s’mores too.

Hot Wheels Monster Trucks Live Glow Party

May 18-19, Bismarck Event Center.

Lasers, lights, freestyle motocross and a fire-breathing robot.

Antique Sampler Presentation

May 19, Hjemkomst Center, Moorhead

Kathy Andrews discusses antique embroidery samplers at this free event.

Sesame Street Live

May 19, Scheels Arena, Fargo

Your favorite characters come to life, live on stage.

Plant And Seed Exchange

May 19, Heritage Garden & Amphitheater, Moorhead

Enjoy refreshments and bring seeds and plants to trade.

Portugal. The Man with Reyna Tropical

May 20, Fargo Theatre, Fargo

The Portland-based, Grammy-winning rock band plays an intimate Fargo show.

Wednesday Bites

May 22, Town Square, Grand Forks

Food trucks serve lunch 11-2 every Wednesday, now through October.

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