Yellowstone continues to film in Missoula and the surrounding areas, and that means they still need locals to appear as extras for a variety of different scenes. The stuff they need extras for varies from day to day, and jobs have been appearing pretty regularly on the Yellowstone Extras Casting Facebook page.

Are You Ready to Cut Footloose?

Yellowstone is currently seeking a ton of extras for what appears to be a party scene or some kind of dance in the upcoming season. You don't need to know how to dance professionally, but they're looking for people who can, "shake it on the dance floor."

So if you've ever wanted to try to impress Kevin Costner with your perfectly-timed deployment of The Worm, now is the time.

(After all, the man knows a thing or two about dancing. Although he usually Dances With Wolves.) 

The Facebook post has more about all the different types of roles they need to fill, including hipsters, college students, hikers, bartenders, cocktail staff, and out-of-towners. Ages required range from 18 to 50.

Sound appealing to you? All you need to do to apply to be an extra is email From there, you'll need to submit a photo and tell them your name, phone number, age, height, weight, clothing sizes, and what Montana city you'll be coming from.

This is for a filming date in Missoula on July 6th, so you'll also need to make sure that your 4th of July plans don't conflict with filming.

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