Greta Van Fleet has announced the rescheduled dates for the concerts postponed due to frontman Josh Kiszka‘s ruptured eardrum.
The shows will now run from March 6 in Jacksonville, Florida, to March 28 in Sacramento, California. Tickets purchased for the originally scheduled dates will be valid.
As previously reported, Kiszka suffered the injury during GVF’s October show in Bangor, Maine. After several postponed concerts, Kiszka and company returned to the stage in late October, only to postpone more dates in November as the vocalist’s condition persisted.
Greta Van Fleet has been touring throughout the year in support of the group’s new album, The Battle at Garden’s Gate, which dropped in 2021. They’ll close out 2022 opening for Metallica‘s Helping Hands benefit concert, which takes place December 16 in Los Angeles.
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