314 Broadway N, Fargo, ND
Since its construction to be a cinema and vaudeville theatre in 1926, the Fargo Theatre has served as an icon of downtown Fargo. The building’s gleaming marquee remains a symbol that has been appreciated for decades.
In spring of 2009, the addition of the second screen to the historic building, referred to as the Fargo Theatre Off Broadway was created, making it possible for cutting edge independent and foreign films to be shown 364 days of the year. The addition was part of the mixed-use urban infill project located at 300 Broadway. The 76 seat second theatre serves as a space for corporate and private events as well. Its intimate stage is perfect for live presentations and performances from individuals and small groups.
The Fargo Theatre is a premiere destination for concerts and other live events where Fargoans gather for entertainment, to be inspired, and to engage with their community.