Greta Van Fleet may have migrated from Michigan, but there’s no shortage of homecoming energy as the band plots out its next round of touring.
The hard-rock band has announced its Dreams in Gold Tour, a 2022 run in support of the group’s sophomore full-length album, “The Battle at Garden’s Gate,” released in April.
The Frankenmuth-bred, Nashville-based outfit will kick off its tour with a March 10 show at Kalamazoo’s Wings Event Center, followed by dates at Grand Rapids’ DeltaPlex Arena (March 12), Saginaw’s Dow Event Center (March 13), Flint’s Dort Financial Center and — in the nearest metro Detroit date — Ypsilanti’s EMU Convocation Center (March 17).
Tickets will go on sale at 10 a.m. Friday via LiveNation.com. A fan presale will be held Wednesday, with venue presales scheduled for Thursday. Full details can be found here.
Rival Sons and the Velveteers have been tapped as openers.
Greta Van Fleet’s tour will then hit the Midwest and East Coast before going international, with stops in Brazil, Mexico and Europe.
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GVF last played Michigan in December 2018, when the band headlined three sold-out shows at Detroit’s Fox Theatre. A planned arena tour in 2020 was derailed by the COVID-19 pandemic, but the band used the downtime to finish work on the new album while relocating to Nashville, where all four members now live.
After 21 months off the road, Greta returned to concert stages in August for a quick run dubbed the Strange Horizons Tour.
Greta Van Fleet, 2022 Dreams in Gold Tour schedule
March 10: Wings Event Center, Kalamazoo
March 12: the DeltaPlex Arena, Grand Rapids
March 13: Dow Event Center, Saginaw
March 16: Dort Financial Center, Flint
March 17: EMU Convocation Center, Ypsilanti
March 19: Mountain Health Arena, Huntington, W. Va.
March 22: Kohl Center, Madison, Wisc.
March 23: Resch Center, Green Bay, Wisc.
March 25: CHI Health Center Omaha, Omaha, Neb.
March 26: Peoria Civic Center, Peoria, Ill.
March 29: Heritage Bank Center, Cincinnati
March 30: GIANT Center, Hershey, Pa.
April 1: Hard Rock Live at Etess Arena, Atlantic City, N.J.
April 2: Hard Rock Live at Etess Arena, Atlantic City, N.J.
May 3: Qualistage, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
May 16: Pepsi Center, Mexico City
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, England
June 28: O2 Apollo, Manchester, England
June 29: O2 Apollo, Manchester, England