Whether you are a fan of the drama series “Yellowstone” or have been following his music since day one, North Texas residents will have a chance to see Ryan Bingham perform at the Fort Worth Stock Show and Rodeo on Feb. 5.
Bingham’s music spans both the Americana and roots rock genres. His “Yellowstone” character, Walker, is known on the show to bring out his acoustic guitar and strum a sad song from time to time.
As of Friday morning, a Fort Worth Stock Show and Rodeo spokesperson said Bingham continues to be scheduled to perform, despite canceling his Jan. 27 show at the Mile 0 Fest in Key West, Florida, after testing positive for COVID-19.
“In an effort to keep our crew, and fans safe, we are following protocols and I won’t be cleared to get back on the road in time for this show,” Bingham said in an Instagram message posted by the Florida festival.
The isolation period for anyone who has tested positive for COVID-19, no matter vaccination status, is five days, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
Tickets were still available for Bingham’s Fort Worth show as of Friday, ranging in price from $65 to $650. His concert will be held in the Will Rogers Auditorium. Those interested can purchase tickets on Ticketmaster under the event “Ryan Bingham: Solo Acoustic.”