Loading Events

RESCHEDULED / Bryan Loweree EP Release Party


May 28
8:00 pm
7:00 pm
Ages 21+
General Admission
Event Categories:


Fargo Brewing Taproom
610 University Dr. N.
Fargo, ND 58102

Get Tickets

The March 26 Bryan Loweree EP Release Party has been rescheduled to May 28. All original tickets will be honored on the new date.


View Seating Map

*Additional fees may apply. All purchases are final and non–refundable.

Tickets are available online at JadePresents.com, by calling (866) 300-8300, or in person at the Tickets300 box office (302 N. University Drive), Fargo Brewing Company Taproom (610 N University Drive*), and Fargo Brewing Ale House (4445 17th Avenue S*). *Hours vary by day, please visit FargoBrewing.com.

Traveling for the show?

Book with our friends to recieve great discounted rates.

Artist Bio

Former 32 Below frontman, now solo recording and touring artist, Bryan Loweree signed an Artist Management Deal with The HomeSlice Group last August. He closed out 2019 touring with the band before heading to Nashville in December to record his new project with J. Hall, Nickolas Blazina and John Shaw.

Loweree, a California and North Dakota native, has been performing in the upper Midwest for the last seven years, primarily with the well-known regional success, 32 Below. “I love that band and will always hold it high in my heart,” he said, “but now is the time for me to really explore my soul as a singer – songwriter and forge my own path. The team at HomeSlice has my back. I find comfort in knowing they believe in what I have to offer. I couldn’t be more thrilled to start my solo career with my friends at HomeSlice.”

Loweree started his musical career playing drums at the age of 10. Since then he has performed in bars, amphitheaters, stadiums and has charted original music on iTunes. Along the way he was also the kicker at Jamestown College and has recently become a pilot. “Knowing I have the 100% support of my wife, Brittney, gave me the courage to fly airplanes and chase my dreams in every way. I owe everything to her.” Loweree said.