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Update: On Thursday, UM Productions said that fans may begin lining up at 8 a.m. Friday to get their tickets.


Pearl Jam announced Wednesday that it will release 1,100 additional tickets for the band’s sold-out Sept. 30 show at the Adams Center in Missoula, making the concert an end stage, 360-degree event.

These tickets will be available for sale in-person-only at the Adams Center box office on Friday beginning at 5 p.m.

Ticket information and rules:

• Released tickets are located in sections 201, 202, 210, 211, 212, 214, 215, 216 and 217.

• There is a two-ticket limit per person.

• Tickets are $58.75 each.

• All available tickets go on sale this Friday, July 20, in person only at the Adams Center box office on the University of Montana campus.

Special box office hours begin at 5 p.m. for this on sale.

The ticket sale will last until 8 p.m. or all available tickets sell out, whichever comes first.

According to UM Productions, fans may begin to line up on Friday at 8 a.m. The box office line will officially begin to form at 3 p.m. At this time, numbered tickets will be given to patrons in the order in which they are lined up. This number does not guarantee an opportunity to purchase tickets, it is simply to ensure that there is no cutting, skipping or holding spots in line.

Adams Center box office staff will continually monitor the line throughout the day. In the event that more people are in line than pairs of tickets are available, they will communicate that information as quickly as possible.

The Adams Center box office is closed on Saturday and Sunday. In the event that any tickets remain after Friday’s in person sale, these will be made available in person, online and by phone beginning Monday, July 23. Stay tuned to pearljam.com for more information.

Initial tickets to Pearl Jam’s Missoula show sold out in 15 minutes. The concert marks the band’s only U.S. non-festival date for 2012 as well as their last scheduled performance for the year. Earlier in the month, Pearl Jam headlines three U.S. festivals.

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