GRETA VAN FLEET ADDS MORE DATES TO ITS 2018 WORLD TOUR

Armed with a combined 75-million Spotify plays, 17.8-million YouTube views of the band’s debut number one single Highway Tune and all previously announced 2018 North American dates long-sold out, today the four-piece rock band Greta Van Fleet announces a slew of new headline and festival dates that will bring the band’s high-energy, rock’n’roll swagger to global concert venues throughout September, October and November. Tickets for these dates go on sale this Friday, June 15th at 10AM local time, go to gretavanfleet.com/tour for all ticketing information.

Over the past year, the band – twins Jake (guitars) and Josh (vocals) Kiszka (22), younger brother Sam (19) on bass and keys, and long-time family friend and drummer Danny Wagner (19) – has been captivating audiences with its blend of bluesy, big-riffed rock-n-roll. Rolling Stone recentlly cited the band as one of the 20 creative visionaries whose work will help define the future, and that they are “making rock & roll cool again for a younger demographic.”

Recording has wrapped on Greta Van Fleet’s debut album which will be released on Lava/Republic Records later this year. The band is currently on a sold-out headline tour of England and Europe that includes appearances at major rock festivals in Germany, Denmark, the UK, Paris and the Netherlands. Greta Van Fleet’s 2018 itinerary also includes major Japanese rock festivals as well as appearances here in the U.S. at Lollapalooza, the Panorama Music and Arts Festival in New York, Virginia’s Floyd Fest, and Summerfest in Milwaukee.

With today’s newly-announced additions, the band’s itinerary is as follows:

June:

13 Paradiso, Amsterdam, Netherlands** Sold Out
17 Pink Pop Festival, Landgraaf, Netherlands**
18 Download Festival, Paris, France**
24 John Anson Ford Theatre, Hollywood, CA* Sold Out
29 Middle of the Map Festival, Kansas City, MO**
30 101WKQX PIQNIQ, Hollywood Casino Amphitheatre, Tinley Park, IL**

July:

1 Summerfest, Milwaukee, WI**
3 Armory, Minneapolis, MN* Sold Out
6 REBEL, Toronto, ON Canada* Sold Out
8 REBEL, Toronto, ON Canada* Sold Out
9 Festival d’été de Québec, Quebec City, QC Canada**
10 Ottawa Bluesfest, Ottawa, ON Canada**
18 Stage AE, Pittsburgh, PA* Sold Out
20 9:30 Club, Washington, D.C.* Sold Out
21 The Anthem, Washington, D.C* Sold Out
23 House of Blues Boston, Boston, MA* Sold Out
24 House of Blues Boston, Boston, MA* Sold Out
27 Floydfest, Floyd, VA**
29 Panorama Music and Arts Festival, Randall’s Island Park, New York, NY**
31 The Agora Theatre, Cleveland, OH* Sold Out

August:

1 The Pageant, St. Louis, MO* Sold Out
3 Lollapalooza, Chicago, IL**
4 Vic Theatre, Chicago, IL* (Lollapalooza aftershow) Sold Out
18 Summer Sonic Festival, Osaka-Shi, Japan**
19 Summer Sonic Festival, Tokyo, Japan**
23 Maui Arts & Cultural Center, Kahului, HI*
24 The Republik, Honolulu, HI*

September:

7 The Paramount Theatre, Seattle, WA* New Date
8 The Paramount Theatre, Seattle, WA* New Date
9 Skookum Festival, Vancouver, BC Canada**
11 Shaw Conference Centre, Edmonton, AB Canada* New Date
12 BMO Centre, Calgary, AB Canada* NEW DATE
14 Arlene Schnitzer Concert Hall, Portland, OR* New Date
17 Fox Theater, Oakland, CA* NEW DATE
18 City National Civic, San Jose, CA* NEW DATE
19 The Masonic, San Francisco, CA* NEW DATE
22 iHeart Radio Festival, Las Vegas, NV**
23 The Observatory North Park, San Diego, CA* New Date
25 Marquee Theatre, Tempe, AZ* NEW DATE
26 Marquee Theatre, Tempe, AZ* NEW DATE
28 The Union Event Center, Salt Lake City, UT* New Date
29 Fillmore Auditorium, Denver, CO* New Date

October:

1 Fillmore Auditorium, Denver, CO* New Date
5 Austin City Limits Festival, Austin, TX**
6 Cal Jam, San Bernardino, CA**
11 The Sylvee, Madison, WI* Sold Out
26 Elysee Montmartre, Paris, France* New Date
27 Ancienne Belgique, Brussels, Belgium* New Date
29 013, Tilburg, Netherlands* New Date
30 Mehr! Theatre, Hamburg, Germany* New Date

November:

1 Palladium, Cologne, Germany* New Date
4 Berns Salonger, Stockholm, Sweden* New Date
5 Vega, Copenhagen, Denmark* New Date
7 Columbiahalle, Berlin, Germany* New Date
9 02 Kentish Town Forum, London, UK* New Date
11 02 Kentish Town Forum, London, UK* New Date
12 02 Kentish Town Forum, London, UK* New Date
14 02 Academy Birmingham, Birmingham, UK* New Date
15 Academy Manchester, Manchester, UK* New Date

* – headline date
** – major music festival

For more information, please visit Greta Van Fleet’s Official Website.

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  • craig on

    I have not seen this sold out stuff in a while! Their sound may be like zeppelin but there is not a song that sounds like another Zep song. They write there own unique songs. The may have a sorta Zep sound but they have their own songs that are great! I cant wait to buy their new cd later this year! Now we need a few more new great bands to come out and shut down you tube! And the music bis will be back on track!


    • Brian B on

      Agreed. With the crap coming out these days, sounding too much like Zepplin is a good thing.


  • robert davenport on

    I’m over them – I was really hoping they would be a shot in the arm for rock music , they are getting alot of buzz from the zeppelin comparison , but it is too blatant , when the summer festivals are over greta will be over as well, – they are still very young , they have time to develop their own sound- this is just my opinion , but the clips ive seen of them live the singer is out of tune a lot and kind of annoying-


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