Montana's Logjam Presents has announced the official Grand Opening and the initial lineup for The ELM, Bozeman's newest concert venue.

The ELM is located on 7th & Short in Bozeman, and will have a capacity of 1,100-cap. The venue will welcome eight-time Grammy nominee Death Cab for Cutie when it opens its doors on September 3, 2021.

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Death Cab for Cutie says,

Bozeman, we can’t wait to play a show to break in The Elm for the beautiful venue's grand opening this September!  Get your tickets and we’ll see you there!

According to Logjam Presents,

The ELM is a world-class venue that offers great functionality with contemporary architecture. The ELM provides best-in-class sound and production, excellent sightlines and efficient customer circulation throughout the building.

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In addition to Death Cab for Cutie, the ELM announced 14 other concerts as part of the initial lineup.

Here's the initial lineup for the ELM in Bozeman:

    • Sep 03 - Grand Opening: Death Cab for Cutie
    • Sep 07 - 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 01 - Todd Snider
    • Oct 04 - Lucy Dacus
    • Oct 10 - TBA
    • Oct 19 - Tech N9ne
    • Oct 25 - TBA
    • Nov 05 - TBA
    • Nov 14 - JJ Grey & Mofro
    • Nov 15 - Heartless Bastards
    • Dec 16 - TBA
    • Dec 30, 31 - TBA
    • Feb 18 - Zoso
    • Mar 03 - Brother Ali
    • Apr 15 - Portland Cello Project
    • Many More To Be Announced!

Honestly, the initial lineup features a great variety of music.  something for everyone, from electronic future-bass duo Louis The Child to Minneapolis-based hip-hop artist Brother Ali.

Tickets for the grand opening and initial lineup of events will go on sale Friday, June 18 and will be available online only at logjampresents.com starting at 10:00 a.m. If you'd like to get tickets ahead of the crowd, Logjam Presents will be hosting a venue presale online only from 10:00 a.m.-10:00 p.m. on Thursday, June 17, 2021.  You can sign up for the presale password here.

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