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Tell Us What 10 B’s You’re Looking Forward To At This Year’s Burgers, Brews & BBQ Festival

Photos by J. Alan Paul Photography and video by Scott Cramer

The Burgers, Brews & BBQ Festival is back for the fifth year to entertain and feed Fargo-Moorhead! For the second year in a row, we’re going to transform the Moorhead Mall Parking Ramp into a rocking venue with four levels of drinking, dining and dancing. Games, seating and plenty of photo ops will be located throughout the entire venue. Tell us what you’re most excited about for this year’s festival by either up or down voting on each B.

Through an exciting partnership between Jade Presents and Spotlight Media, this year, festival participants will get…

  • Unlimited burger sliders and BBQ samples from upwards of 20 restaurants
  • Beer samples from local and regional breweries
  • An evening filled with live music (Announcement coming soon!)

This is a 21+ event. You will be required to show a valid ID at the entrance. General admission tickets are $35 in advance or $40 at the gate the day of the event.

Go to for more details and to get tickets!

#1 Burgers


There will be unlimited burger sliders and BBQ samples from upwards of 20 restaurants.

So far, participating restaurants include Brew Ales & Eats, Herd & Horns, Twist, Fargo Billiards, The VIP Room, Jay's Smokin BBQ, Hooligans Bar and Grill and Granite City.

Stay tuned for more restaurant announcements coming soon!

Important note: Burgers and BBQ samples will be served from 5-7:30 p.m. We recommend arriving earlier than 7 p.m. to ensure you get your hands on the delicious food.

#7 Bask In The Sun

The Moorhead Mall Parking Ramp will be transformed into thousands of square feet of fun with lots of room for beer sampling, food tastings, dancing and there will even be games all around the parking ramp. Rain or shine, the venue is reason alone to check out the festival.

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Jessica Kuehn

Written by Jessica Kuehn

Jessica Kuehn is the web editor for Spotlight Media. She graduated from Concordia College in Moorhead with a degree in print journalism. When she isn't writing or correcting her and other people's grammar, Jessica is obsessively quoting The Office and reading way too many books.

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