This is one of the best places in Fargo. It is a nonprofit, affordable and shows cool movies. the tickets are usually around $8 but popcorn is only $4 and for special events tickets are sometimes as low at $2! It is nice so support a local business and to feel some of the culture while watching movies that aren't... 更多
The Fargo Theatre is a completely restored movie theatre in downtown a Fargo. It has first run movies as well as art movies. Annually, it sponsors the Fargo Film Festival. In addition, it has a variety of arts programs. Often there are free organ concerts during holiday seasons or before special events featuring the original pipe organ of the theater.... 更多
We were here for an opera performance and it was wonderful. The Wurlitzer organ was played prior to the performance and is really something spectacular to see. The young man playing was incredible. The popcorn is hot and fresh. When you walk into the Fargo Theater you feel like you are walking back in time and it's wonderful. I would... 更多
This is a lovely example of Art Deco architecture, built in 1937 and restored in the 1990s. We attended a concert with Lyle Lovett and John Hiatt and the acoustics were fantastic, even in the balcony. The place is SMALL, so milling around before a performance or during an intermission is difficult. There is lots of good parking in the... 更多
My friends and I just went to the Movie "Lion" there last week and it was a wonderful place. Organization and Friendliness was outstanding and fun to visit a historical site. We enjoyed it very much.
Stepping into the Fargo Theatre is almost like stepping back in time! It's absolutely beautiful, they did a great job keeping the historic beauty alive! Gorgeous theatre seats and an amazing organ down front!
One of the most popular places on the street in Fargo, ND, known as Broadway, is the Fargo Theater. It is a restored, functional, historic and great venue for not only movies, but also concerts and other arts events. Art Deco would describe some of the architecture of the facility, which features one of the few Mighty Wurlitzer pipe organ.... 更多
The Fargo Theatre is a real gem and is on the National Register of Historic Places. Built in 1926, in the Art Deco style, and refurbished in 1999, it is a great asset to Fargo's down town. Our large group visited it and really enjoyed not only hearing about it's history, but having an organ recital on their old Wurlitzer... 更多