Greta Van Fleet have announced the rescheduled dates of their North American tour, which they recently postponed due to singer Josh Kiszka rupturing his eardrum. Kiszka revealed his injury on social media in October, saying that their shows in Raleigh, Greenville and Jacksonville would be rescheduled to later dates. After returning to play six dates late last month, the band then postponed the remaining four shows of their North American tour.
The band posted on Instagram the following: “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’s rescheduled dates will take place in March 2023; they are also still due to play two nights in Atlantic City, as well as dates in New Jersey and Los Angeles, this December. For tickets, head to Ticketmaster.
In other news, Greta Van Fleet were recently announced as part of Metallica‘s forthcoming Helping Hands benefit concert taking place at the Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles on December 16. The show will be streamed on Paramount+ and MTV’s YouTube channel at 5.30pm local time. The band will also serve as support on select dates of Metallica’s recently announced “M72” world tour.
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