Wow, look at this, a rescheduled show that has absolutely nothing to do with COVID-19. Virtuoso guitarist Steve Vai was set to play The Wilma on March 27th, but the show has been rescheduled to November 26th. A bit of a silver lining is that the show will now be on a Saturday night as opposed to a Sunday. Steve Vai's team explains further:

Approximately one year ago, Vai underwent shoulder surgery to repair an injury. That procedure was successful, enabling him to record the upcoming studio album release of Inviolate (Favored Nations / Mascot Label Group). In preparing for the tour, it became clear that a new injury emerged that requires another surgery prohibiting the tour to be staged as announced. Vai shares, “I’m gutted that we have to move this tour, but I also know it’s in the best interests for us and the fans that we do."

If you're holding tickets they will be valid at the November show, there's no need to exchange them. If you can't be at the rescheduled show you're invited to submit a Refund Request Form, but you do have to submit it by 5 p.m. on Friday, January 28th.

If this is all news to you and you're just learning that Steve Vai has included Missoula on his 'Inviolate Tour,' you can purchase tickets for the November show online here. All tickets are reserved with prices starting at $42 with options for VIP and Meet & Greet packages.

Other news from Logjam Presents this week includes announcements for Bastille and The Head And The Heart at the KettleHouse.

 

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