‘Yellowstone’ Fans Can’t Contain Their Excitement After Seeing Luke Grimes’ Big Announcement

We might not be sure when Kayce Dutton will be back to our screens, but we definitely know where to find Luke Grimes next year.

The Yellowstone star is famous for portraying one of John Dutton (Kevin Costner)’s kids on the Paramount Network series, but that’s not the only career venture he has up his sleeve. Luke is also an accomplished country music star, releasing new tunes and playing shows for fans all over the country.

In fact, he recently revealed some pretty big news about his music carer. On Instagram, he told fans that he’ll be performing at the Stagecoach music festival on April 27 for the second year in a row.

“Thanks @stagecoach for having me back for round two!” he excitedly wrote on September 7. “See you guys again in 2024!”

While fans are dedicated to the work Luke does on Yellowstone, they were equally ecstatic to learn he’ll be back on stage to sing tracks like “Hold On” and “Playin’ On the Tracks.” Unsurprisingly, his bold music announcement made them rush to the comments to voice their excitement for him.

“I am saving every dime to come see you!! ❤️❤️🔥🔥,” one person wrote on Instagram. “Way to go, Luke!! ❤️❤️,” a different follower exclaimed. “💛💛💛💛 So proud of you!!! year 2 here we come!!!!” another agreed.

As some fans may know, Luke signed with the Universal Music Group Nashville record label back in December 2022 and has since debuted a number of singles since then. What’s more, he revealed on Instagram that his song “No Horse to Ride” was featured in a season 5 episode of Yellowstone. As he later explained in a press release at the time that he couldn’t wait to see where his newfound career takes him.

“I think of music as sort of a first love; it was my first creative outlet,” he shared. “To be at the start of this journey, putting my own music out into the world, is beyond a dream come true. I’m grateful to the people who helped make this happen and to anyone who connects with these songs, I will do my best to keep them honest.”

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