The Fargo area is not only a comfortable, safe Midwestern city. It is also a modern city that offers much for those who enjoy urban sophistication. The highly walkable downtown business district is where you will find the accredited Plains Art Museum, a wide variety of boutique shops, street vendors at the Red River Market, and Roberts Alley — a hidden gem where dining and nightlife spill from rear entrances of popular eateries. These cities offer plenty of restaurants, wine bars and craft breweries.
Entertainment abounds with concerts, live music, comedy and stage productions at venues including Moorhead’s outdoor Bluestem Amphitheater, the historic Fargo Theatre, the annual Fargo Blues Festival, the large-capacity Fargodome and many bars and nightclubs. Sports enthusiasts enjoy semi-pro baseball with the F-M RedHawks and NCAA Division I basketball and FCS football with the NDSU Bison. Football fans celebrate their multiple-repeat national champion team with tailgating and periodic visits by ESPN College Game Day. With all this to do in the city, you may also enjoy living within a one-hour drive of beautiful lake country.