Logjam Presents plans new concert venue in Bozeman

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Logjam Presents concert promoter plans new 1,500 capacity venue in Bozeman.

Montana-based concert promoter Logjam Presents has begun construction on a new 1,500-person capacity venue in Bozeman. The state-of-the-art facility will be located at 506 Seventh Ave. in Bozeman’s midtown district. The name of the new venue will be the ELM.

“In honor of the long-standing tradition of naming venues after people, my wife Robin and I selected a name that pays tribute to our three children, said Logjam Presents owner Nick Checota. “Additionally, we choose a name that we believe creates a brand that fits the aesthetic design of the venue.”

The Logjam team has designed the ELM to create a world-class experience for artists and concert-goers.

“Through the experience of Logjam with its other owned venues — the Top Hat, the Wilma and the KettleHouse Amphitheater — we have learned that the aesthetic and functional design is an integral part of the concert-goer experience. We feel our investments in acoustic treatments, production capabilities, functional design and the overall architectural statement are critical success factors of a world-class venue,” Checota said.

Construction for the new venue began March 4 with a grand opening of the ELM scheduled for winter 2020.

Logjam Presents is an independent, Montana-based venue operator and promoter of entertainment events and private functions. It is the exclusive promoter for the 10,000-capacity outdoor stadium Ogren Park, 4,500 capacity KettleHouse Amphitheater and 600-capacity Top Hat Lounge — all three venues located in greater Missoula.

For more information, visit www.logjampresents.com

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