‘Yellowstone’ Star Kevin Costner Thanks Fans, Post Photos From Latest Modern West Concert

by Matthew Memrick
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“Yellowstone” star Kevin Costner and his Modern West band thanked fans in Texas for coming out on Tuesday.

The band played two shows this week in New Braunfels.

In an Instagram post, the video pans fast through a line of fans outside the venue.

One fan responded, “Big week or 2. Yellowstone announcements, Field of Dreams visit, big music 🔥🔥🔥”

Currently, the band is performing “Tales From Yellowstone,” an album inspired by Costner’s hit show on the Paramount Network.

Each song of the 16-track album tells an aspect of the show. In a video, before the tour started, Costner said, “To celebrate the #TalesFromYellowstone tour kicking off in Ardmore, I thought I’d share a peek at one of the new songs we’ll be playing live.”

He also asked for song requests.

Fans Confused By ‘Yellowstone’ Star Costner’s Clip

The premiere date for the upcoming season of “Yellowstone” is out and a 30-second clip aired on social media.

Many fans are working to understand what they saw.

We see Costner’s Dutton character shot and slumped against this car. But before the scene goes to black, a voice is heard saying, “We’re at war, you and me.” 

Hello! Magazine breaks down some fan reactions. Some say they heard “Remembering The Titans” actor Will Patton’s voice. Patton plays Garrett Randall on the show. Others took away a Native American voice, pondering Mo or Monica’s grandfather. Another guess is Jamie Dutton, played by Wes Bentley. 

The show returns Nov. 7 with a few new stars too. Actresses Jacki Weaver, Piper Perabo, and Kathryn Kelly join the cast for Season 4.

‘Field of Dreams’ Experience Inspires Other Towns

The pomp and fanfare of “Yellowstone” star Kevin Costner’s 1989 movie did well in Dyersville, Iowa, weeks ago.

Major League Baseball has recently played games in London, Tokyo, Monterrey, Mexico, and Puerto Rico. Other small venues included Fort Bragg, North Carolina, and Little League World Series home Williamsport, Pennsylvania.

With a little bit of enthusiasm, some have thrown out names for other cities to get similar productions. Could you see “Yellowstone’s” Kevin Costner walking out of the sugar cane fields in the Dominican Republic?

Probably not. But would “Yellowstone” fans would show up in droves anyway to a couple setting? Anything is possible.

CBS Sports threw out a few more places that fans would love to see the pro ball in unusual settings. The Dominican Republic, for one example, produces a good bit of major league stars. Other countries like Aruba and Curacao could host a game. 

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