Come out to support the Indigenous People’s Day resolution. Indigenous People’s Day will educate the public about the true history behind Columbus and celebrate the accomplishments and contributions of Indigenous People worldwide. The meeting will start with a traditional blessing and participants are encouraged to wear their ribbon shirts, shawls, and regalia.
Mon. Oct. 12, 7:30-11:30 p.m.
FargoDome 1800 University Dr.
Global superstar and seven-time GRAMMY award winner / singer-songwriter / pop sensation Taylor Swift hits the FargoDome. Swift was recently named one of Time magazine’s 100 Most Influential People in the World, was nominated for 2014 Person of the Year, and was voted Billboard Magazine’s Woman of the Year. Tickets still available for the show at the Fargodome box office or inforumtix.com
After 15 years of playing F-M, Wookiefoot is playing a doubleheader complete with local heroes, colorful characters, and their trademark light show. On Friday be sure to check out Wookiefoot along with O'Fosho and The Human Element and on Saturday with Sovereign Sect. If you go, don’t forget your costume.
Thurs. Oct. 8, 4-6 p.m.
Luna Fargo, 1545 S University
Mostly known for his documentation of the North Dakota landscape, photographer Wayne Gudmundson’s work has appeared in nine books and numerous public television documentaries. His current body of work, “Trees of Burgundy” showcases black and white large-format photographs taken in the Burgundy region of France.
Experience live art and sample the area’s finest craft beer at the same time. Downtown businesses pair up with artists from the region that will tantalize your taste buds and stimulate your oculars. Purchase your wristband and pick up a kegs and canvas flier for a full listing of participants.
BYOB.. er.. Bling your own bra to add to the bra chain at the Hodo for the sake of the Bras on Broadway charity, dance to Heart and Soul, eat fine food and have fun for a cause at this family friendly affair. All money donated stays in North Dakota and Northwest Minnesota
Saturday Oct. 3, 8 p.m.
,Fargo Theatre, 314 Broadway
The multiple emmy and grammy award winning comic known as the “king of the rant” covers such topics as politics, current events, social media, and all the hypocrisy and madness in between. He has been a staple of Comedy Central for year. A modern day political version of Sam Kinison. Tickets and info at jadepresents.com
Fri. Oct. 2, 7 p.m.-12 a.m.
491 Elm St. Kindred
Kindred Spirits Lounge will be hosting a street dance in conjunction with the opening night of Nightmares on Elm Street. Whether you dance the night away to the Special Blend Band or kick back in the lounge which features 3 big screen tv's with live feeds to the best scare spots in the haunt so guests can watch people get the pants scared off of them.
Fri. Oct. 2, 6:30 p.m.
North Dakota Museum of Art, 261 Centennial Dr. Grand Forks
Live auction featuring 47 works of art. Participating artists include: Armando Ramos, Carl Oltvedt, Deborah Mae Broad, Guillermo Guardia, Dan Jones, Billy Chuck, Jon Offutt and many more.
Tickets are $40 members, $50 for non-members. Tickets can be purchased by calling the Museum at 701-777-4195.
Fri. Oct 2, 9 p.m.
The Aquarium, 226 Broadway (above Dempsey's)
advance tickets at Orange Records and ticketweb.com
Minneapolis based & Fargo native noise rockers Hammerhead will grace the stage of the Aquarium with special guests QUI, FUP, and Pisstory. Hammerhead will be kicking off a west coast tour just after releasing a new album entitled New Directionz. They last played a raucuous sold out show this summer in town with godheadSilo for the Ralphs Corner Bar reunion.
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