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Steve Treviño: The Good Life Tour with Shilo Harris at The Wilma

Steve Treviño: The Good Life Tour with Shilo Harris at The Wilma in Downtown Missoula on Friday, February 2, 2024
Logjam Presents welcomes comedian Steve Treviño for a live performance on The Good Life Tour with Shilo Harris at The Wilma in Downtown Missoula at 8:00 pm on Friday, February 2

February 2 @ 8:00 pm 10:30 pm

Doors @ 7:00 pm

Logjam Presents welcomes comedian Steve Treviño for a live performance on The Good Life Tour with Shilo Harris at The Wilma at 8:00 pm on Friday, February 2.

Tickets on sale at The Top Hatonline, or by phone at 800-653-8000. Reserved premium balcony seating, general admission standard balcony, and general admission seated floor tickets are available. All ages are welcome.

Additional ticketing and venue information can be found here.

$35 – $45 Advance Tickets (+ applicable fees)
131 Higgins Avenue
Missoula, Montana 59802 United States
406-728-2521
View Venue Website

About Steve Trevino
Comedian Steve Treviño is “America’s Favorite Husband.” He can “speak wife fluently,” he never calls “the guys” for help on a home project, and he knows better than to “make his own decisions,” since decision-making is a privilege reserved solely for his wife, Renae.

His relatable approach affirms his status as one of the country’s premiere stand-up comedians, viewed over 300 million times, selling-out shows across the nation, and amassing over 3.4 million total social media followers.

Today, the comedian has had stand-up specials with Amazon, NETFLIX, Showtime to name few. His first Showtime special, Grandpa Joe’s Son, staked out a spot in the Nielsen Top 20 when it first premiered. From the success of that special, he funded, produced, and shot his 2014 NETFLIX hit Relatable. To promote the special, he uploaded a clip titled “When Your Wife Comes Home From Shopping.” It exploded, generating over 56 million views on Facebook alone and paving the way for his other viral clips like “When You Ask Your Wife If She Wants McDonald’s” (21 million views). In 2018, Trevino released the follow-up special, Steve Trevino ’Til Death on Amazon. In 2022, he once again self-produced his fifth special, I Speak Wife that released on YouTube garnering over 4 million views. Steve recently filmed his highly anticipated sixth special at The Tobin Center in San Antonio, which was directed by Renae Treviño. The special will premiere on Netflix in early 2024.

In honor of Treviño’s achievements in entertainment and comedy, the city of San Antonio presented the comedian with their prestige Emissary of the Muses certificate on November 24th, 2023.

In 2020, he and his wife, Renae, unveiled a joint weekly podcast entitled “Steve Treviño and Captain Evil.” On the podcast, the couple navigate the treacherous topics of relationships, family and stand-up comedy. All while trying to stay married. Since launching, the podcast has generated over 1.5 million views/streams.

He regularly raises money for Helicopters for Heroes, an organization benefiting veterans, for whom he helped raise over $1.5 million in the past two years.

Steve lives in New Braunfels, TX with Captain Evil and their son and daughter. He will be kicking off his new tour, The Good Life in 2024.


About Shilo Harris
Shilo Harris came from a family with deep roots in military service. As a son of a Vietnam veteran, Shilo always knew he wanted to be a soldier. On September 11th, 2001, his life changed forever. Shortly afterward he enlisted as a Cavalry Scout in the US Army. His first deployment was to Schweinfurt, Germany with the 1st Infantry Division. From Germany Shilo headed to war-torn Iraq.

On his second deployment, with the 10th Mountain Division, he was assigned and worked near southern Baghdad. On February 19, 2007, Harris’ armored vehicle was struck by an improvised explosive device (IED). The explosion injured the driver and ended three fellow soldiers’ lives. Shilo survived with severe third degree burns on 35% of his body. The severity of the burns meant the loss of Shilo’s ears, the tip of his nose and three fingers. The crushing explosion fractured his left collarbone and C-7 vertebrae, damaged his lungs and scarred him with TBI, PTS, NDE, and Survivor Guilt.

The devastating injuries required that Shilo remain in a medically induced coma for 48 days. After, he spent nearly three years recovering, which included undergoing intensive physical therapy and surgeries at the burn unit of Brook Army Medical Center (BAMC), now known as SAMMC in San Antonio, TX. While at BAMC, he was the first soldier to participate in cutting-edge regenerative stem-cell research to regrow his fingers, and later received prosthetic ears. Shilo’s recovery has involved more than 80 surgeries (to date as there are surgeries required for the remainder of his life), which at times, has required his family to spend hours a day on wound care. In 2010, he chose to medically retire from the Army. Shilo reflects on his time in the service that led him to his injuries: “Everything in life is a gift. Sometimes it may not be the gift you want but you realize that your challenges are a new beginning.”

Today, Shilo is a motivational speaker, sharing his story with corporate groups, Veterans and medical teams around the world on, yet not limited to: how to overcome adversity, balance personal and professional life, motivational leadership, customer service success, raising awareness of physical, emotional and mental scars of war, and serving as an inspiration to fellow soldiers/ veterans and their families. Shilo shares his inspiring story in his memoir, Steel Will: My Journey Through Hell to Become the Man I was Meant to Be (September 1, 2014; Baker Books). His short film, Shilo, released in 2018, which is currently in the works for a feature film.