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Post Traumatic Funk Syndrome’s show at Fargo Brewing Company postponed

Fargo, North Dakota – A popular local music group, Post Traumatic Funk Syndrome, has been forced to postpone their forthcoming live performance, originally scheduled for June 9 at Fargo Brewing Company.

The promoter for the event, Jade Presents, delivered the news to the band, citing reasons which necessitated the cancellation of the upcoming show. Both parties are actively engaged in discussions to arrange for a future date.

“It is with considerable regret that we must announce the postponement of our forthcoming ‘Soul Train’ tribute show at Fargo Brewing Company. We had been eagerly anticipating delivering a memorable performance for our audience,” commented Post Traumatic Funk Syndrome.

Despite this unexpected obstacle, the band remains committed to their busy schedule, with performances lined up at RiverArts in Moorhead on June 13, Zoo Brew at Red River Zoo on June 21, and Symphony Rocks! at Bluestem on August 17.

In a related context, during a Fargo City Commission Meeting held on May 15, Jade Presents made an appeal to the commissioners to elevate the count of outdoor amplified sound permits. Jade Nielson of Jade Presents suggested that this request pertains particularly to the parking lot of Fargo Brewing, situated at 610 North University Drive.

As part of the measures implemented during the COVID-19 emergency declaration throughout 2020 and 2021, the city had increased the limit to five permits within 30 days for any specific location. However, with the emergency declaration no longer in effect, the limit has reverted to one permit every 30 days.

The City Commission convened in an executive session on June 7, primarily to consult the city attorney on potential litigation matters connected to the amplified sound permitting for Fargo Brewing Company.


Hobert Worrell

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