September 20th, 2019 | by Corbett Ourso

Don’t expect beer at the Fargodome during Bison games anytime soon. “We’ve had brief discussions about it every year for the past several years, but most of our conversations recently are about logistics and space availability inside the dome so that if alcohol sales ever do become a reality during Bison games, the experience can be a positive one for fans,” said Fargodome general manager Rob Sobolik. The Fargo Dome Authority has been talking about changes its members would like to see in the building, which opened in 1992. Expanded concourses, bathrooms, seating and entrances are all likely possibilities. Plans are on hold as dome officials work with advisers to hammer out financing options for the project, which could cost as much as $50 million. NDSU athletic director Matt Larsen said his department has had conversations about beer sales in both the dome and the school’s on-campus basketball arena, the Sanford Health Athletic Complex, but hasn’t pushed the topic. He agreed dome renovations might have to come before beer sales are approved. – Mike McFeely, Inforum, Read More

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