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Fargo Air Museum set to host its first-ever Charity Concert on January 26

Fargo, North Dakota – The Fargo Air Museum is set to host its first-ever Charity Concert on Friday, January 26, at 8:00 pm, featuring the talented Martin Zellar and The Hardways. This event isn’t just about great music; it’s a gathering with a purpose. The proceeds from the concert will directly support the Museum’s mission and operations, making it a pivotal event for both music lovers and supporters of the Museum.

The Charity Concert is backed by notable sponsors such as Martin Mechanical Design, Facial and Oral Surgery Center, and Fargo Jet Center. To enhance the experience, Traditions Restaurant and Bar and The Boiler Room are providing food and beverages, ensuring that attendees have a memorable evening.

Martin Zellar, a renowned figure in the Minneapolis music scene, rose to fame as the lead singer and songwriter of the alt-country band Gear Daddies. He’s widely recognized for his extensive tours both with the band and as a solo artist. With nine albums to his name, Zellar’s latest work, “Head West,” is an 11-song album that continues his legacy of exceptional songwriting and emotive performances. His music resonates with a sense of authenticity and passion, something that his fans have always cherished.

The Fargo Air Museum, where this exciting event is taking place, is more than just a venue. It’s a cornerstone of aviation history and education in the region. Situated on 19th Ave. N., near Interstate-29, the Museum boasts a collection of aircraft from various eras. It stands committed to its nonprofit mission of promoting aviation through education, preservation, and restoration.

The concert is open to music enthusiasts of all ages. Tickets are now available on the Fargo Air Museum’s website (fargoairmuseum.org), with general admission priced at $25 and VIP tickets at $50. The VIP experience includes early entry, access to an exclusive area, and a complimentary drink ticket. For those interested in alcoholic beverages, a wristband system will be in place at the door to ensure a safe and enjoyable evening for everyone.

This Charity Concert offers an exceptional opportunity to enjoy an evening of outstanding music while supporting a vital cultural and educational institution in the Fargo community.

Judith Jackson

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