Council to vote on ‘Yellowstone: 1932’ contract

Butte-Silver Bow Council of Commissioners will hold a special meeting Wednesday night to possibly seal the deal on Taylor Sheridan’s “1932.” The show will feature actors Helen Mirren and Harrison Ford, and is will be the next highly anticipated prequel to the popular modern-day television series on Paramount, “Yellowstone.”

If the council signs off, Kings Street Productions will be taking over the Butte Civic Center starting July 1 through Jan. 15, 2023, at a monthly rate of $75,000. The rent will add more than $450,000 to county coffers.

As for the Butte Civic Center Annex, just from June 13-26, the rental fee will be $1,250 per day, and the main facility from June 27-30 is $2,500 each day, which totals an additional $27,500.

According to Chief Executive J.P. Gallagher, because the Butte Civic Center is a government building, county officials are obligated to disclose the contract and the financials must be made public.

Gallagher firmly believes the council meeting will result in a positive outcome.

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“Council members will see the benefit this venture would have on the community and the impact it will have on Butte,” he said.

The chief executive said film

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