Greta Van Fleet has postponed another two shows on their current U.S. tour as frontman Josh Kiszka continues to recover from a ruptured eardrum.
The affected concerts were originally scheduled to take place Tuesday, October 25 and Wednesday, October 26 in Hollywood and Tampa, Florida, respectively. Previously purchased tickets will be valid for the rescheduled dates, which have yet to be announced. Refunds will also be available.
Greta Van Fleet previously postponed three shows last week due to Kiszka’s injury, which he suffered during the “Highway Tune” outfit’s show in Bangor, Maine earlier this month.
In a video accompanying the latest postponement announcement, Kiszka offers his apologies and thanks the GVF fans for their continued support.
“When we take the stage, we really aim to give you an extraordinary performance, and pull something deep from within us, and it’s a whole meditative process,” Kiszka says. “[I’m] just not really physically able to do that right now.”
“My doctors have done an amazing job taking care of me, and for that, I thank them,” he adds. “But what they can’t do is help my body heal faster.”
Kiszka aims to be ready to return to the live stage this Friday for Greta Van Fleet’s scheduled show in Charlotte. The band’s tour is currently set to run into mid-December.
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