The Moorhead Business Association (MBA) is once again welcoming students back to town with a party. With a new title sponsor, Fix it Forward Auto Care is continuing the Bridge Bash tradition in a new location at the Hjemkomst Center and Viking Ship Park located at 202 1st Ave N Moorhead, MN 56560.
The MBA says live music will be hosted by promoter Wicked Good Time, with entertainment from James Bergman and FM Aerial & Movement Arts, art from Riverzen (Kim Jore), hooping instruction and demonstrations by Honeysuckle Hooping, and a performance by the Fargo Moorhead Community Theatre cast of Young Frankenstein.
Also appearing at the event will be Team Snokraft of Mothership Workshop with live concrete carving, Herbie the Photo Camper from Gathered Boutique Rentals and Events, vendors, food trucks (eats and drinks to purchase), and more. River Keepers will be offering free kayak and canoe rentals during the event.
This event is totally free for students in the community and organizers say the first 300 students will receive a swag bag. Additionally, Nature of the North has also donated prizes for giveaways every 15 minutes throughout the event.