Community Planned Events

The following events are planned by members of the greater Fargo-Moorhead community and are being held in conjunction to FM Pride Week and not by the Pride Planning Committee

Saturday, August 5

GayWOD 3.0


CrossFit Icehouse 1620 1st Ave N Fargo

Gay, straight, or somewhere in the middle, come celebrate what you’re proud of and help us raise money for the FM Pride Center. There will be prizes, a fun WOD, and a social hour(s) after to get ready for Pride Week!

There will be a suggested donation at the door and t-shirts will be for sale. Tickets will be included with your donation for prizes after the WOD. $10/person will get you 1 ticket, $20/person will get you 3 tickets. Donations will go to the Pride Collective and Community Center in Fargo.

This is open to EVERYONE! CrossFit experience or not. Pass the word!!!

Sunday, August 6

BJ Armani’s Cabaret Kick-off to Pride – Fargo Show


21+ $10. Proceeds benefit FM Pride

The Northern Gentleman’s Club 325 10th St N Fargo

You know it’s always a good time when emcee extraidonaire, BJ Armani, has the mic.  Join BJ and a talented crew of performers for a cabaret like no other!



Wednesday, August 9

Pride Vinyl Dance Party


21+ Free.  $1 from every pint sold will be donated to the Pride Collective & Community Center

Front Street Taproom 614 Main Ave Fargo

To join in the celebration of Pride Week, we’ve decided to make our weekly Vinyl Night a little more special and donate $1 of every pint sold during the event to the Pride Collective and Community Center! The crew from VINYL GIANT and Anthony Price will be spinning some tunes on the turntables and between the bumping music, local craft beer and raising money for a great cause, we’re sure it’ll get you up on your feet.




 Sub:Culture :: Chuck Love Pride 2017 Dance Party


21+ Free before 10PM/$10 after 10PM

The Aquarium 226 Broadway Fargo

SUB:CULTURE is North Dakota’s premiere electronic music weekly. Developed by DJ Econ, the event began as Thirsty Thursdays at The Pickled Parrot. Over time a unique culture emerged at the events, a group of people devoted to the sounds of electronic music and the culture that goes along with it. Thus, Sub:Culture was born.

The event features resident DJ’s: Econ, Wissota, and Dextrious at The Aquarium in Downtown Fargo, ND.  Each week is devoted to a different genre, providing a showcase of genres from across the region including Drum & Bass, Techno, House, and Bass Music.


Chuck Love

For 20 years, Chuck Love has embed & spread his unique brand of high energy, House Music around the globe. Hailing from the MPLS, Chuck’s releases can be found on OM, Salted, Onethirty, Celebrity, Lingo, Chillin’ Fresh and Tango labels. His 2007 OM records LP, ‘Bring Enough To Spill Some’, took Chuck’s ‘Love Network’ on tour, showcasing his exclusive ‘Live DJ/Video’ set to world’s most notable dancefloors.




 Saturday, August 12

FM Rainbow Families Pride Picnic


All Ages – Free

Island Park 302 7th St S Fargo

Bring your friends and family, a dish to share, and your Pride!

Hot dogs and burgers while they last, thanks to the generosity of the Pride Center, as well as rainbow bubble art, games and prizes!
Plus, anyone under 21 can enter the drawing to win 2 of 4 tickets to the F-M Youth Pride Drag Show, donated by the amazing people of F-M Pride.
P.S.: We appreciate R.S.V.P.’s, so that we know what to bring!!!!



Queer Social


All Ages – Free

Red Raven Espresso Parlor 916 Main Ave Fargo

This substance free event is an opportunity for queer folk to gather, share poetry or readings and find community with one another.




 Sunday, August 13

Browunch 2017


What is Brownch? Brownch is a social space for queer and trans people of color.

We meet up for brunch, we hang out, socialize, and get to know each other. Just plain old community building! No fundraising, no political strategizing (unless you want to). Just a bunch of brunchin’ brown queer and trans folks getting together!

IMPORTANT NOTE: We intend this to be a gathering by and for queer and trans people of color only. We understand the important roles of our allies of color and our white allies in our lives and also hold dearly the special moments (like this) when our queer and trans POC communities can socialize together.