New Logjam Venue The ELM Announces Initial Schedule

Courtesy of Logjam Presents
– The ELM in Bozeman, Mont.
Logjam Presents is finally opening its new 1,100-cap The ELM in Bozeman, Mont., on Sept. 3 and has unveiled a schedule of shows stretching into April 2022.
The first show will feature Death Cab For Cutie on Sept. 3 and will be followed by Louis The Child on Sept. 7, Perfume Genius on Sept. 11 and Future Islands on Sept. 14. 
The initial lineup is below:
Sep 3 – Grand Opening: Death Cab for Cutie
Sep 7 – Louis the Child
Sep 11 – Perfume Genius
Sep 14 – Future Islands
Sep 16 – TBA
Sep 21 – Lake Street Dive
Sep 25 – Pinky & the Floyd
Sep 28 – Tennis
Oct 1 – Todd Snider
Oct 4 – Lucy Dacus
Oct 10 – TBA
Oct 19 – Tech N9ne
Oct 25 – TBA
Nov 5 – TBA
Nov 14 – JJ Grey & Mofro
Nov 15 – Heartless Bastards
Dec 16 – TBA
Dec 30-31 – TBA
Feb 18 – Zoso
Mar 3 – Brother Ali
Apr 15 – Portland Cello Project
“The ELM will fill an important need for the Bozeman community,” says Nick Checota, Logjam Presents CEO and Talent Buyer said in a statement. “With the new ELM venue, nationally touring artists will now have a dedicated, state-of-the-art facility right along the I-90 corridor.”
Other Logjam venues include the Rialto in Bozeman and Top Hat, The Wilma, KettleHouse Amphitheater and Ogren Park in Missoula. 
This summer KettleHouse Amphitheater is set to host Brandi Carlile for three nights starting on July 2, as well as Trampled by Turtles, for King & Country, Sheryl Crow, ZZ Top and others. 
Checota previously spoke to VenuesNow about Logjam’s Post-COVID plans, saying that he thinks the Montana market is changing dramatically.
“In Montana, we’re booming. People are fleeing California and Washington and Portland for a variety of reasons, so our real estate market and our overall economy – other than entertainment and restaurants – has absolutely gone berserk. Property values are soaring,” Checota said. “Our population is exploding. There are so many out-of-state plates here. COVID has changed the complexion of Montana, I think permanently.”