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Scott Stapp is out, Johnny Holm Band is in for Ribfest

Happy Harry’s RibFest takes place June 8th - 11th outdoors at the Fargodome

FARGO, N.D. (KVRR) — Organizers of Happy Harry’s Ribfest announces a switch up to this year’s lineup. Scott Stapp of Creed will no longer be coming to Fargo next week. They are citing health concerns within his touring party. The Johnny Holm Band will now take the stage on Thursday, June 9th The other Ribfest performers include Granger Smith, Phil Vassar…

Top rated radio show spotlights country music

KFGO radio's top weekend show has been reviving memories in people's lives through country music.

FARGO, N.D. (KVRR) — KFGO radio’s top weekend show has been reviving memories in people’s lives through country music. The Solid Gold Show has been going strong for about 40 years, playing country music from various decades for fans around the country. Scott Winston has been the host on and off for the last 10 years. “Well I’ve been in…

Fans pack Newman Outdoor Field for some baseball

RedHawks baseball is back, their home opener gives fans a chance to come out enjoy the weather and root for their team.

FARGO, N.D. (KVRR)- RedHawks baseball is back. Their home opener gives fans a chance to come out enjoy the weather and root for their team. Ms. North Dakota 2021 set the tone with the Star Spangled Banner and then we were ready to play ball. The RedHawks faithful came pouring in and packed the stands but first they had to…

Third Annual Plant Festival brings out plant lovers and more

The Fargo plant festival hosted by Wild Terra Cider gave people a chance to gather for food, fun and plants

FARGO, N.D. (KVRR) — The Fargo Plant Festival hosted by Wild Terra Cider gave people a chance to gather for food, fun and plants. The third annual event gives local vendors the opportunity to connect with the community to promote their products. There was something for all ages. Plant lovers got to talk to experts about different types of plants,…

A successful finish to Fargo Marathon week

It was capped off Saturday with the Full and Half Marathons.

FARGO, N.D. (KVRR) — Fargo Marathon week was another huge hit in the community. The Fargo Marathon brings in thousands of runners and supporters and the economic impact is substantial annually. “We’re going to be about 8,300, 8,400, people, just talking to the Convention Visitors Bureau people. Based on the kinda of average spend of people coming in, it’s going…

Fargo Marathon kicks off Day 2 of weekend races

FARGO, N.D. (KVRR)- Thousands of runners from all over the country are flowing into Fargo for the Fargo Marathon for various events, and the Fargo-Moorhead community showed up to cheer them on. It was a packed house in the Fargodome for the half and full marathons, some trained for months, many families and friends came out to support their runners….

Red River Market hosts first event outside of the year

WEST FARGO, N.D. (KVRR)- The Red River Market took to the streets of West Fargo with over 30 vendors for their first outside event of the year. Organizers were happy the weather held up and welcomed dozens from the Fargo Moorhead community to come shop with local vendors. They were selling everything from food to clothes and jewelry. There were…

Minot State names theatre stage after Josh Duhamel

MINOT, N.D. (KVRR) – Minot State University names its Summer Theatre stage after alumnus and Minot native Josh Duhamel. It’s part of the university’s 2.8 million dollar renovation project for the amphitheater overlooking campus. It’s expected to be completed next month before the start of its 57th season. “I played football at Minot State and every day at practice we…