North Dakota State Bisons home football games are played at the Fargodome, which is owned by the City of Fargo. The facility opened in December 1992 at a cost of $48 million and can seat 25,000 spectators for concerts, and 19,000 for college football.
Fargo, the Gateway to the West, is the largest city in North Dakota. Located on the banks of the Red River, Fargo is jam-packed with museums, galleries and an Art Deco theater palace. Outdoor activities, low taxes and strong workforce helped it rank as one of the Best Places to Live by Men's Journal. Three college campuses, including the main campus of North Dakota State University, call Fargo home.