Greta Van Fleet Unveil Dates For ‘Dreams In Gold Tour’

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Josh Kiszka, left, and Jake Kiszka of Greta Van Fleet bring their “March of the Peaceful Army” tour to the MECU Pavilion in Baltimore, Md. on May 21.
The brothers Kiszka and drummer Danny Wagner are ready to rock again. Greta Van Fleet has announced the routing for the 2022 “Dreams In Gold Tour,” kicking off with a round of dates in the band’s home state of Michigan. The first stop is March 10 at Wings Event Center in Kalamazoo, followed by gigs in Grand Rapids, Saginaw, Flint and Ypsilanti.
The trek includes gigs in Mexico City, Rio De Janeiro, Europe and the U.K.  
Rival Sons and The Velveteers are coming along as support on the North American shows.
“We are eager to celebrate with you again worldwide,” Greta Van Fleet tweeted. “Tickets on sale Friday at 10AM local time.” 
A fan presale began Nov. 10 and a local venue presale started Nov. 11. 
Stops on the schedule include Mountain Health Arena in Huntington, W.Va.; GIANT Center in Hershey, Pa.; two nights at Hard Rock Live at Etess Arena in Atlantic City; Pepsi Center in Mexico City, Mexico and Alexandra Palace in London. The trek concludes with two nights at the O2 Apollo in Manchester, England, June 28-29. 
The band members, who grew up performing together at local venues in and surrounding Frankenmuth, Mich., released their sophomore album in April. 
The Battle at Garden’s Gate debuted at No. 1 on Billboard’s Top Rock Albums Chart, as well as hitting No. 1 on the Hard Rock Albums Chart, No. 1 on the Vinyl Albums Chart, No. 2 on the Top Album Sales Chart and in the Top 10 on the Billboard 200. 
A feature in The Guardian declares, “The music it contains pushes the band’s commitment to ‘70s pomp to a shrieking new peak, while its lyrics explore the kinds of subjects that made albums like Yes’s Tales of Topographic Oceans critical whipping boys. … there’s something winning about the members’ earnest intentions, as well as their unwavering commitment to them. Their sincere love for the history of rock shows in the depth of their knowledge about it.”
Recent reports submitted to Pollstar for Greta Van Fleet include a Sept. 3 show at Huntington Bank Pavilion @ Northerly Island in Chicago that sold 9,035 tickets and grossed $492,010. The month before that the band played two nights at Hartford HealthCare Amphitheater in Bridgeport, Conn., selling 11,428 tickets and grossing $759,970.
Check out the 2022 routing below: 
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