Following discussions with the Missoula County Health Department, Logjam Presents has decided to try a social distancing night with live music to test the waters and determine if more live shows could be possible.

They will start with local jazz ensemble, Missoula Jazz Collective, on Friday, September 25th at the Wilma. Logjam pointed out that "with high ceilings, ample space for social distancing, and one of the best ventilation systems in the state, the Wilma provides a unique opportunity for Missoulians to support local musicians in a safe and comfortable environment."

The venue will have its capacity reduced to less than 5%. You read that right, FIVE percent. There will be a mix of reserved, cabaret style two-top and four-top tables with tickets available for purchase in advance. Each seat will come with a complimentary beverage, entry will be managed by dedicated hosts, and all attendees will be checked in for contact tracing purposes. Table service will be provided for all guests and the room will be set with single direction pathways. A full list of procedural and safety measures can be found here.

With that kind of service and intimacy you'd think tickets would be pretty spendy, but they're only $15 to $25 per seat. This will be an all ages event, and you can buy tickets here.

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