(ATLANTIC CITY, NJ) -- Following this year’s sold-out headline events and a #1 Billboard Rock Album, Grammy-winning rock band Greta Van Fleet have announced their forthcoming Dreams in Gold tour, which kicks off March 10 in Michigan and runs through the end of June with dates in the U.S., Mexico, Europe and the UK. Locally, the band has a pair of shows April 1-2 at the Hard Rock Live at Etess Arena in Atlantic City. Grammy-nominated group Rival Sons and critically acclaimed rising artist The Velveteers will support the North American shows.
Strange Horizons, the band’s specialty events in 2021, saw sold-out shows in Nashville, Bridgeport, Chicago and Los Angeles. The group’s critically acclaimed album The Battle at Garden’s Gate was released earlier this year to extensive chart success and fanfare, debuting at #1 Billboard Rock Album, #1 Billboard Hard Rock Album, #1 Billboard Vinyl Album, #2 Billboard Top Album Sales and in the Top 10 on the Billboard 200.
The Battle at Garden’s Gate explores the boundaries of the group’s artistry and reflects heavily on the individual members’ personal and spiritual growth during their rapid rise. “There was a lot of self-evolution happening during the writing of this album that was prompted by experiences I had, experiences we all had,” explains vocalist Josh Kiszka. “It’s reflecting a lot of the world that we’ve seen, and I think that it’s reflecting a lot of personal truth,” says guitarist Jake Kiszka.
Forming in Frankenmuth, Michigan back in 2012, Greta Van Fleet consists of three brothers, vocalist Josh Kiszka, guitarist Jake Kiszka, bassist/keyboardist Sam Kiszka, as well as drummer Danny Wagner.
Together they have performed across multiple continents, sold over two million albums worldwide, performed on late night television shows, topped the Billboard U.S. Mainstream Rock and Active Rock charts and won the Grammy Award for Best Rock Album in 2019.
GRETA VAN FLEET DREAMS IN GOLD — TOUR DATES
March 10—Wings Event Center—Kalamazoo, MI
March 12—The DeltaPlex Arena—Grand Rapids, MI
March 13—Dow Event Center—Saginaw, MI
March 16—Dort Financial Center—Flint, MI
March 17—EMU Convocation Center—Ypsilanti, MI
March 19— Mountain Health Arena—Huntington, WV
March 22—Kohl Center—Madison, WI
March 23—Resch Center—Green Bay, WI
March 25—CHI Health Center Omaha—Omaha, NE
March 26— Peoria Civic Center—Peoria, IL
March 29—Heritage Bank Center—Cincinnati, OH
March 30— GIANT Center — Hershey, PA
April 1—Hard Rock Live at Etess Arena—Atlantic City, NJ
April 2—Hard Rock Live at Etess Arena—Atlantic City, NJ
May 3 —Qualistage — Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
May 16—Pepsi Center—Mexico City, Mexico
June 5—Grona Lund—Stockholm, Sweden
June 11—Theatre Antique de Vienne—Vienne, France
June 14—Tanzbrunnen—Cologne, Germany
June 15—Jarhunderthalle—Frankfurt, Germany
June 23—Fairview—Dublin, Ireland
June 25—Alexandra Palace, London, UK
June 28—O2 Apollo—Manchester, UK
June 29—O2 Apollo—Manchester, UK