JLG’s Rock the Streets set for September 9

JLG's 8th annual #RocksTheStreets dance returns to downtown Fargo

Grab your lawn chair and get your party pants on because this fall, JLG’s Rock the Streets is back! Join us for a night of awesome food trucks, cold beer, and live music from The Fabulous Armadillos! The party starts on Friday, September 9th at 5pm in Broadway Square in Fargo, North Dakota – FREE, fun, and open to the public!

The Fabulous Armadillos

The Fabulous Armadillos came out of their shell in 2006 and have since established a large and loyal following in Minnesota and beyond with their spot on recreations of songs from many genres of music from Country to Motown to Heavy Metal to 70’s Soft Rock and play them just like you remember. Close your eyes and you are listening to all those vinyl records again or your AM/FM radio. The idea of the Fabulous Armadillos started with a diverse group of musicians who came together to perform “themed” concerts at the Pioneer Place On Fifth Theater in St. Cloud, MN. Themes like “One Hit Wonders”, “Woodstock”, “Motown”, “Singer/Songwriters”, “Stadium Rock” and more. They have now played 100’s of themes at that theater as well as many regional venues in the Midwest and even in Mexico! Each show gaining them new fans and enjoying their brand of fun and entertaining, yet musically spot on performances. They have brought hundreds of special guests in for their theme shows comprising of local and national talent. COME OUT OF YOUR SHELL and see what everybody has been talking about!

The Shuttles

The Shuttles began in 2015 with a music store conversation between Dan Miller (vocals, guitar) and Chris Gould (vocals, keyboards) about vintage synthesizers and 70s rock. Later, Eric Martens (guitar) and Ryan Molony (bass) joined the lineup. The Shuttles are all about rock with a groove, explosive energy, and high-level musicianship. The veteran musicians of the band make sure everyone has a good time at a Shuttles show!

100 Proof

100 Proof! It’s in the name. Country blended with Classic Rock covers, and some more mixed in.  Learn more here.