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

16 Responses

  1. I think GVF is getting so much exposure/ hype because of the similarity to zeps sound -even though i don’t hear anything original in their music , i’m still happy a young rock band is making an impact – rock needs this badly, rock needs to make a resurgence in this country – corporations are responsible in large part for the horror show that is popular music right now- if i were a promoter – i would put greta van fleet, the struts, and rival sons out there for a tour in the fall –

  2. If there was anything remotely original about this band it’d be one thing, but I don’t get Eddie’s love and promotion of bands that blatantly rip off classic artists. I agree with other comments. If I want Zep I’ll play Zep. If I want Queen I’ll go to them. Not The Struts, whose singer seems to be fine with not only dressing like Mercury, but acting like him as well.
    I get influences, but you don’t need to copy them to the extent that these bands are doing. If Rock music is suffering at all right now, these unoriginal acts aren’t helping. It just shows the lack of intelligent and original thoughts and ideas.

    1. Love and promotion? If you heard my interview with the band last week I told them to their face I don’t know what to think of them yet. I have said that consistently. But here’s the facts: It is the biggest story in rock in ages regardless if people like it or not. And anyone who likes rock should be rooting for them to knock down some doors for everyone else. They are blowing up. And whenever anyone comes on like this there will always be detractors. I don’t know what I think of them yet. But as a rock fan I am rooting hard. No emerging band is even close to what’s happening with them.. it’s a great story I think. And I don’t see another band close to it right now. They are now in theaters and have sold out shows months in advance. Rock needs a young band helping to bring back ROCK! And that’s what I am excited for, the way they can hopefully put rock on the front burner again, god knows we need it!

  3. I don’t get your show in my area Eddie so I didn’t hear you say anything to the band. Also, by posting the article and their tour dates on your site, it is basically promoting them. You are giving them additional exposure. I am all for Rock music getting more attention and seeing a young band make waves. I would be more excited about it and get behind it, if they weren’t simply copying another band. Or dressing up like a late icon and acting like him the way The Struts singer does. I get influences. I get that other bands have borrowed and expanded, but there is a line. And if Rock music is to get back on the “Front burner”, it needs more than a mere copy of great band.

  4. While I’m not quite where Master of muppets I am in the fence with this band. A little too hipster for me in a way. Or maybe cliche is a better word. We’ve seen these Zeppelin type bands before. It gets old fast so hopefully they will impress me down the road. Do I think they’re the band to put rock back on the map? No. Not even close. I had hopes for Inglorious but they seem to have lost a bit with the mainstream already. I wish people were still paying attention to the great bands still releasing quality stuff like Lynch Mob, L.A. Guns, Mr Big.

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