Greta Van Fleet Finally Announce New Show Dates After Josh Kiszka’s Health Scare

Greta Van Fleet began their Dreams in Gold arena tour last spring and had been hitting the road since then. The concerts were going very well, as they had a really good connection with the audience. Their gigs continued with a busy schedule. However, at one of these concerts, in Bangor, Maine, on October 18, the frontman Josh Kiszka ruptured his eardrum. So, they had to take a break due to this mishap. In their latest Instagram post, the band confirmed the new tour dates, announcing that the break is finally over.

The post read, “We are pleased to finally share the new dates for the rescheduled Dreams in Gold concerts in North America. We appreciate your patience as we navigated logistics and can’t wait to see you again soon. Tickets from the original show dates are valid for the rescheduled dates.”

Greta Van Fleet has two albums so far. The band, which last dropped ‘The Battle at Garden’s Gate’ in 2021, seems quite promising, especially considering their interactions with the audience while on stage. The frontman also emphasized how much he appreciated the boundless support and love shown by the audience both during the performances and after this unfortunate accident when he updated his health status during this break.

Now, they are getting ready to return to the stage, and they missed their very supportive audience so much during this hiatus. The new dates kick off on March 6 in Jacksonville, Florida. The band will perform in the following eight locations, including Hollywood, Tampa, Greenville, Raleigh, Tucson, El Paso, and Anaheim, before ending on March 28 at the Golden 1 Center in Sacramento, California.

Photo Credit: Greta Van Fleet – Instagram