Since its early days as a cinema and vaudeville house in 1926, the Fargo Theatre has been a gathering place for those seeking quality entertainment. It's still the place to go for indie films, foreign blockbusters and quirky documentaries. Neon lights adorn the Art Deco exterior and the box office beckons with the seductiveness of days gone by. Inside, the deco theme continues in hues of blue and green and the cantilevered seating offers a good view of the screen or stage for all patrons. The venue is on the National Register of Historic Places, and with good reason. These days, the Fargo is host to a variety of music, dance, and comedy shows, and has two auditoriums available for rentals. Oh, and do not overlook the donated statue of Wood Chip Man, right by the men's restroom.
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