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VALLEYCON 46 Will Be Held With Safety Precautions

Sean Patrick Flanery of The Boondock Saints and The Young Indiana Jones Chronicles is this year's special guest

FARGO, N.D. — VALLEYCON 46 and the Fargo Fantastic Film Festival 18 will be held despite the pandemic. Organizers say they will follow all safety protocols including temperature checks, mandatory masks, hand sanitizers throughout the event area, distancing and also increased ventilation. Sean Patrick Flanery of The Boondock Saints and The Young Indiana Jones Chronicles is this year’s special guest….

Save Our Stages Act aims to help struggling venues stay afloat with Covid-19 funding

UNITED STATES – The curtain has closed on many venues because of the coronavirus pandemic. Democratic Minnesota Senator Klobuchar and Republican Senator John Cornyn of Texas introduced the Save Our Stages Act. It would provide six months worth of Small Business Administration grants to independent venues affected by Covid-19 stay-at-home orders. The legislation would fund either 45 percent of operational…

LIVE: Talking Some Of The Big Films At This Year’s Fargo Film Festival

Fargo Film Festival Going Virtual This Year, Running Through August 30th

  You only have a couple days left to catch some or all of the 40+ films available at the Fargo Film Festival. The entire festival is virtual this year so you can watch them at home if you buy a pass. But the movies are only available through August 30th. Fargo Theatre Executive Director Emily Beck says people have…

Three Dog Night Plan Fargo Theatre Stop This Fall

The band is celebrating its fifth decade in music

FARGO, N.D. — If you need a concert to look forward to, how about a little Three Dog Night this fall? The legendary band is booked to hit the stage at Fargo Theatre on Sunday, November 15. Tickets run from $45 to $85. The band is celebrating its fifth decade in music. Tickets go on sale Friday morning at 10…

Fargo Theatre Gets Over $2,000 In Grant Money

Contributors include the Criterion Collection and Oscar-nominated directors Christopher Nolan, and Wes Anderson.

FARGO, N.D. — The Fargo Theatre is getting a big helping hand from big name celebrities. The theatre received a $2,500 grant as part of a national fund to support art house cinemas that have closed due to the Coronavirus. Contributors include the Criterion Collection and Oscar-nominated directors Christopher Nolan, and Wes Anderson. Staff say the funds are greatly appreciated…

Fargo Theatre Hosts Netflix Watch Group For People Stuck At Home

Volk Says They Are Working On Planning Another Watch Party.

FARGO,N.D. — The Fargo Theatre brought the big screen experience into the homes of people across the valley. The theatre hosted a Netflix watch group for the movie “The Craft”. The movie was decided after multiple rounds of voting over Facebook. The theatre has been closed since mid-March. They say the idea came up as a way to keep people…

Fargo Theatre Selling Popcorn For Movie Fans Staying At Home

The Money Raised Helps Support The Closed Theater

FARGO, N.D. — The Fargo Theatre is raising some cash and helping people out who need some snacks with their movie. The theatre sold bags of popcorn for people to pick up on the street side of the theatre for social distancing. The bags are resealable and just a little bigger than their large size sell for 6 bucks. All…

Headliner Shows Being Rescheduled By Jade Presents

All canceled performances will receive refunds at the point-of-purchase

FARGO, N.D. — Local entertainment promoters Jade Presents releasing a list of rescheduled events due to the pandemic. Some of the bigger names include Paula Poundstone whose April 3 Fargo Theatre date has been moved to August 1. Comic Jo Koy was scheduled there for March 29 but a new date is still to be determined. Lake Life Expo at…

Fargo Film Festival Canceled Due to COVID-19 Concerns

The festival was scheduled March 17-21 at the Fargo Theatre.

FARGO, N.D.–The Fargo Film Festival has been canceled due to concerns regarding the COVID-19 pandemic. The festival was scheduled March 17-21 at the Fargo Theatre. The Fargo Theatre Executive Director, Emily Beck said, “This was a difficult decision, but protecting the health of our audiences, filmmakers, volunteers and community must always be our top priority.” At this time, the Fargo…