Exploding onto the music scene just last year with all U.S. headline dates sold out in advance, its debut single, Highway Tune, a number one rock radio track in both the U.S. and Canada, and its upcoming inaugural European tour completely sold out, Frankenmuth, Michigan’s Greta Van Fleet continues its red-hot streak with the announcement of additional headline dates on its 2018 North American tour, which will include the band’s Canadian concert debut. Tickets go on sale this Friday, 2/23 at 10AM local time; log onto for all ticket purchasing information.

All previously announced 2018 U.S. dates have sold out, including the band’s two L.A. shows at the John Anson Ford Theatre that went clean in under an hour. The band’s confirmed itinerary is below.


20 Doomroosje, Nijmegen, The Netherlands SOLD OUT
21 Melkweg (Qudo Zaal), Amsterdam, Netherlands SOLD OUT
22 Artheatre, Cologne, Germany SOLD OUT
24 Molotow, Hamburg, Germany SOLD OUT
25 PrivatClub, Berlin, Germany SOLD OUT
27 AB Club, Brussels, Belgium SOLD OUT
28 Les Etolles, Paris, France SOLD OUT
30 Deaf Institute, Manchester, England SOLD OUT
31 02 Institute3, Birmingham, England SOLD OUT


1 St. Lukes, Glasgow, Scotland SOLD OUT
4 02 Academy Islington, London, England SOLD OUT
5 02 Academy Islington, London, England SOLD OUT
13 Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival, Indio, CA
16 John Anson Ford Theatre, Hollywood, CA* SOLD OUT
17 John Anson Ford Theatre, Hollywood, CA* SOLD OUT
20 Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival, Indio, CA
29 Welcome to Rockville Festival, Jacksonville, FL


1 House of Blues Houston, Houston, TX* SOLD OUT
2 House of Blues Dallas, Dallas, TX* SOLD OUT
3 Stubb’s Waller Creek Amphitheatre, Austin, TX* SOLD OUT
5 Shaky Knees Music Festival, Atlanta, GA
6 Carolina Rebellion, Concord, NC
9 Rams Head Live, Baltimore, MD* SOLD OUT
11 Starland Ballroom, Sayreville, NJ* SOLD OUT
12 Electric Factory, Philadelphia, PA* SOLD OUT
14 Marathon Music Works, Nashville, TN* SOLD OUT
16 Marathon Music Works, Nashville, TN* SOLD OUT
18 Rock On The Range Festival, Columbus OH
20 Hangout Music Festival, Gulf Shores, AL
22 The Fillmore Detroit, Detroit, MI* SOLD OUT
23 The Fillmore Detroit, Detroit, MI* SOLD OUT
25 The Fillmore Detroit, Detroit, MI* SOLD OUT


8 REBEL, Toronto, ON Canada* NEW DATE
10 Bluesfest, Ottawa, ON Canada
18 Stage AE, Pittsburgh, PA* NEW DATE
20 9:30 Club, Washington, D.C.* NEW DATE
23 House of Blues Boston, Boston, MA* NEW DATE
27 Floydfest, Floyd, VA
29 Panorama Music and Arts Festival, Randall’s Island Park, New York, NY
31 Agora Theatre, Cleveland, OH* NEW DATE


1 The Pageant, St. Louis, MO * NEW DATE

* headline show

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  1. Eddie i completely agree with you – the fact that they are blowing up right now means something is really missing from rock music , i want them to succeed ! they obviously need to stop the copy catting once they do that and develop their own thing the sky is the limit for them- here is a little perspective… many of the young people listening to GVF and the struts are too young to have remembered the heyday of zep and queen , i know because i work with several early 20 somethings who love rock but can only name bohemian rhapsody and stairway, and they love both these bands ! they don’t know all the great songs in their catalog , to a lot of these millennial rock fans these bands are original lol ! this is the first time they are hearing this style of music other than putting up with listening to their ” parents music” probably a lot of zep and queen they dismiss out of hand because its their parents music-

    1. Look, I buy 10 to 15 cds/albums a month. I own thousands collected over 30+ years. I have a friend that sends me links to bands all day, and for the last 6 or 7 years its another AC/DC with a bad singer, another Zep, yet another AC/DC.. you are exactly right about millenials, more than half of their audience probably has no clue who they’re ripping off. Music is my life, I’m absorbed in it 24/7, so I truely want to see rock and heavy music get back in the mainstream. I just wish it could be a band with something more to offer. More imagination and originality. But if this gets the conversation started, I guess that’s a good thing. It just irritates me that most of this younger generation has no clue where these bands are copping their sound from. You are exactly right. They think it’s new.

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