William Elliott Whitmore

At Home in The Hall


April 19, 2024


7:00 pm


The Hall at Fargo Brewing
610 University Dr N, Fargo, ND


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$70 tickets sold in quantities of two. Each table seats four.
  • Doors: 6:00 pm
  • Audience: Ages 21+
  • Seating: Reserved

Presale: October 19 (10am-10pm)
Password: WHITMORE
Onsale: October 20 @ 10am

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Jade Presents, in collaboration with Fargo Brewing, invites you to join us for “At Home in the Hall” – a delightful homage to the magic of live music in the comfort of a living space, recreating the atmosphere of the coolest house party.

The event features tables for four, with tickets available in pairs so you can snuggle up and share the experience. Enjoy Nova’s delectable duck fat popcorn while you relax at an intimate table, basking in the music of William Elliott Whitmore in a setting reminiscent of a warm living room, minus the house itself. And don’t worry about running out of beer; Fargo Brewing will send you home with a commemorative six-pack to keep the party going.

For those looking to elevate their experience, Nova Eatery and the Fargo Brewing Taproom will offer a limited menu of comfort food and brews to complement the evening.

This innovative concept aims to unite passionate concertgoers and homebodies, all while stirring up nostalgic vibes.

Join us for “At Home in the Hall” – an event that caters to everyone, where music and memories come together in perfect harmony.

One purchase includes:

  • two tickets in reserved table seating
  • a serving of Nova’s duck fat popcorn
  • a Fargo Brewing commemorative six-pack


A man armed only with a banjo and a bass drum can be a formidable force, especially if his name is William Elliott Whitmore.  With his powerful voice and honest approach, Whitmore comes from the land, growing up on a family farm in Lee County, Iowa.  Still living on the same farm today, Whitmore has truly taken the time to discover where his center lies, and from that he will not be moved.

Whitmore has repeatedly carved his own path, honoring the longstanding tradition of folk music throughout his nearly 20 year career, while always allowing his blues, soul and punk rock influences to shine through.  Getting his first break opening for his friend’s hardcore band with just a banjo in hand, he would discover bands like The Jesus Lizard, Bad Brains, Lungfish and Minutemen and soon learn to play his own brand of rural, roots music with that same DIY ethic.

William Elliott Whitmore has been back and forth across the United States and to cities around the world.  He’s toured with such diverse acts as Frank Turner, Trampled By Turtles, Clutch and Chris Cornell to name a few.  He’s appeared on some of the biggest stages around the world including Stagecoach Fest, Byron Bluesfest (Australia) and End of the Road Fest (UK).  His willingness to take his show to any playing field has proved invaluable as he turned strangers to diehards with every performance.