Get a taste of summer with these weekend activities in Fargo-Moorhead – InForum

Thursday May 5

It’s still only spring, but classic car owners have moved on to summer. Moorhead Cruise Night kicks off Thursday with a variety of vintage rides and other collectible cars. Check out the automobiles lined up, dance to Slambama, or try one of the food trucks for a bite of summer. Due to construction plans, Moorhead Cruise Night will take place from 5-8:30 p.m. on the first Thursday of each month through September in the North Parking Lot of the Moorhead Center Mall. The parking ramp will be used in case of rain. The event is free and open to the public.

Saturday May 7 and Sunday May 8

X marks the place at the Fargodome this weekend for family fun as PAW Patrol Live! The great pirate adventure is sailing around town. This live-action version of the popular Nickelodeon show features all of Adventure Bay’s canine favorites as they use teamwork to save a friend during the Pirates Day celebration. Tickets range from $17 to $127, plus fees, for children 1 year and older. Sessions are at 10 a.m. and 2 p.m. and 6 p.m. on Saturday and at 10 a.m. and 2 p.m. on Sunday.


Plains Art Museum Spring Gala.

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If you want to relive or catch up on your high school prom, the Plains Art Museum is giving adults that chance on Saturday with its annual Spring Gala. This year’s theme is prom, so expect people to be dressed in their best looks in decades. Art is the centerpiece of the event and an auction will feature over 80 works for purchase. Chef’s Table and Urban Foods cuisine, Nichole’s Fine Pastry sweets and Happy Harry’s wine tasting set the table, and Star IV and Heart & Soul musicals will keep you dancing the night away. Tickets are $120;


The reggae-rock group Iration.

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With the weather finally warming up, the Sanctuary Events Center in Fargo is putting on some music. Hawaiian band, via Santa Barbara, Calif., Iration will ride their wave of reggae and pop to town on Saturday for feel-good vibes. Let songs like ‘Coapin’, ‘Chill Out’, ‘Summer Nights’ and ‘Time Bomb’ overwhelm you and transport you to summer. The music starts at 8 p.m. with tickets $29.50 and $34.50 for this ID-only show; or 866-300-8300.

Saturday Sunday

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FM Ballet last staged “Coppélia” in 2012.

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ETA Hoffmann is best known for writing the story “The Nutcracker” is based on, but it wasn’t the only story translated into ballet. “Coppélia” follows a similar theme as a young man, Franz, falls in love with a realistic doll. His fiancée, Swanhilda, dresses like the doll to win him back. FM Ballet brings this 150-year-old work to life this weekend with performances at the Fargo Theater. Sessions are 2 p.m. and 7 p.m. on Saturday and 2 p.m. on Sunday. Tickets range from $8 to $33; 701-234-9440.

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