Kevin Costner and his band Modern West are bringing their “Tales from Yellowstone 2021 Tour” to Schnepf Farms in Queen Creek, Sunday, Nov. 7.
Tickets go on sale this Friday, Sept. 10 starting at 10 a.m. at R-Entertainment.com.
Costner, a two-time Academy Award-winning actor and director, will be playing at Schnepf Farms the same day his Paramount+ television series, “Yellowstone,” debuts its fourth season.
“Yellowstone” features the Dutton family with Costner in the starring role as the tough patriarch, John Dutton, who owns the largest contiguous ranch in the nation.
According to a press release, Kevin Costner & Modern West will perform songs co-written by Costner, with special focus on material from their latest album, “Tales from Yellowstone.” The band has played together since 2007 with this new album inspired by the character Costner plays on the show. The album originally was released in 2020.
Costner says some of the album’s songs were inspired by his own life experiences and others are specifically inspired by Dutton, the TV character. In a recent story on WideOpenCountry.com, Costner shares that the album’s song, “Won’t Stop Loving You,” is about Dutton losing his wife.
“It begins to sum up how he [John Dutton] feels,” Costner says in the WideOpenCountry.com article. “This man is about the land. And when you share the land with your partner, every place you ever go, you see her on it. He’s a man going forward, but you never forget the moment; it’s immovable. I didn’t have to look any further than my own life to find what was the strength of it for me.”
Tickets range in price from $50 for general admission to $300 for VIP.