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This image shows a black background with white sheet music in the corner. The words Music at The Square are big across the image.

Live music is coming to Broadway Square! Broadway Square's Music at The Square series is up and running and we have more local music for you to enjoy Tuesday evenings from 7:00-9:00 pm throughout the summer. 

These events are free and open to the public. Event attendees are welcome to bring snacks and grab one of the cafe chairs scattered around The Square or bring a blanket and find the perfect spot on our Leisure Lawn.

Musicians' Information

Born and raised in Las Vegas, Travis Naegle moved to Fargo in 2011 and has been a regular on many stages in the Red River Valley since, both as a solo artist and as part of Righteous Songs. Playing original songs and cover songs from all sorts of genres, he just might be your new favorite ‘guy with a guitar'.

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This image shows the Funk Commission band.

The Funk Commission is writing the laws on funk, jazz, Latin, blues & rock and enforcing them with smokin’ saxophone, righteous rhythms and killer keyboards.

Broadway Square's Music at The Square series is bringing The Funk Commission to downtown Fargo. Mark your calendars, because your scheduled appearance before The Funk Commission is, July 27 at  7:00 pm!

 

Music at The Square on August 10 will feature a variety of skilled musicians from both the Fargo-Moorhead Symphony Orchestra and the Fargo-Moorhead Area Youth Symphonies playing solo and in small chamber groups. The may even give us a preview of some pieces from the upcoming Symphony Rocks at Bluestem concert, which is scheduled for August 19.

For more information on the Fargo-Moorhead Symphony Orchestra and/or the Fargo-Moorhead Area Youth Symphonies, please visit their websites at www.fmsymphony.org and www.fmays.org.  

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This image shows the three members of Sounding Fathers.

When you look at them from a 1,000-foot glance, Sounding Fathers might be defined by something other than their music. Yes, the Fargo trio are dads. Yes, they are all 40-something. You will quickly come to realize that any preconceived notions are not entirely accurate. Eric Bailly, Chris Heaton and Tim Ortez have managed to create a type of music that is wholly their own. Sounding Fathers goes for the jugular with a sonic wall of sound blending indie and good old-fashioned rock and roll. Sounding Fathers are definitely not your father’s rock band!

-Nolan Schmidt
Excerpted from Fargo Monthly, December 2020

Check out Sounding Fathers website for more info on the album they are debuting at this concert.

"Duly Noted" is an acoustic guitar duo formed by Dan Kaufman (the Cropdusters) and Scott Guttormson (The Fillers).  They specialize in relaxing acoustic music from the 50s to the modern day with an additional focus on original music.