Forum staff reports, Published May 03 2012
Earle, Halestorm, more music acts returning to FargoFARGO – Concert promoter Jade Presents announced three shows for the summer months here.
Hard rock band Halestorm returns to Fargo for a 6:30 p.m. show on July 19 at The Venue at The Hub.
The Pennsylvania quartet, fronted by singer Elizabeth “Lzzy” Hale and her brother, drummer Arejay, returns with their second full-length album, “The Strange Case of….” The group last played the room in 2010. New Medicine and Emphatic open this show.
Singer/songwriter Steve Earle returns to the Fargo Theatre for an 8 p.m. show on July 24.
Earle, best known for gritty country/rock tunes like “Copperhead Road,” “Guitar Town” and “I Feel Alright,” is touring with his group The Dukes behind his 2011 album and novel, “I’ll Never Get out of This World Alive.”
Indie rock act Heartless Bastards play an ID-only 9 p.m. show on July 30 at The Aquarium. The group’s fourth album, “Arrow,” was released in February. Slim Cessna’s Auto Club opens the show.
Tickets for Halestorm are $18 in advance, $20 the day of the event. Tickets are $35 for Steve Earle and $15 for Heartless Bastards. Fees may apply. Tickets for Halestorm and Heartless Bastards go on sale at noon on Friday; tickets for Steve Earle go on sale at noon on May 11.
Tickets are available at the Tickets300 kiosk, (866) 300-8300 or tickets300.com.