Greta Van Fleet Announces Fall 2022 Arena Tour Dates

Hot on the heels of their sold-out spring 2022 Dreams in Gold tour, Grammy-winning rock band Greta Van Fleet announces new arena shows for this fall. Beginning August 16 in Quebec City, QC, the band will make stops in 42 cities across the United States and Canada; see below for a full list of dates.

There will be a fan presale on March 2 and a local venue presale on March 3, with a general ticket on sale March 4 at 12 p.m. local time. here. Fans can register for the presale at peacearmy.com.

The expansive new dates follow the band’s spring tour, which sold more than 100,000 tickets in just two days and will kick off March 10; Full dates below and here. Greta Van Fleet recently joined Metallica on February 25 in Las Vegas and recently announced two additional August dates with them.

Greta Van Fleet will be joined by a host of acclaimed artists on their fall tour, including The Pretty Reckless, Houndmouth, Durand Jones & The Indications, Fruit Bats, Robert Finley, Crown Lands and Hannah Wicklund.

Earlier this year, the band’s Jake Kiszka teamed up with Gibson to honor the SG, a seminal guitar of the rock ‘n’ roll revolution which celebrates its 61st birthday this year.

The band are touring in support of their acclaimed second album The Battle at Garden’s Gate, released last year to critical acclaim and huge charts. The album debuted at No. 1 Billboard Rock Album, No. 1 Billboard Hard Rock Album, No. 1 Billboard Vinyl Album, No. 2 Billboard Top Album Sales and in the Top 10 of the Billboard 200. The album has currently 275,000 sales with streaming numbers at 200 million and still climbing.

Tour dates

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 – Qualification – Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
May 16-Pepsi Center-Mexico City, Mexico
June 5-Grona Lund-Stockholm, Sweden
June 11-Théâtre 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

August 11-Highmark Stadium-Buffalo, NY*
Aug. 14-PNC Park-Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania*
August 16-Videotron Center-Quebec, QC

August 18-Bell Center-Montreal, QC
August 19-Scotiabank Arena-Toronto, ON
August 22-Canada Life Center-Winnipeg, MB
Aug. 23-Brandt Center-Regina, SK
August 26-Scotiabank Saddledome-Calgary, AB
August 27-Rogers Place-Edmonton, AB
August 29-Prospera Place-Kelowna, BC
August 30-Rogers Arena-Vancouver, BC
September 2-Spokane Arena-Spokane, WA
September 3-ExtraMile Arena-Boise, ID

September 20-Allen County War Memorial Coliseum-Fort Wayne, IN
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September 21-Wells Fargo Arena-Des Moines, IA§
September 23-Fargodome-Fargo, ND§
Sept. 24-Denny Sanford FIRST Center-Sioux Falls, SD§
September 27-Huntington Center-Toldeo, OH§
September 28-Thompson-Boling Arena-Knoxville, TN§
September 30-John Paul Jones Arena-Charlottesville, VA§
October 1-PPL Center-Allentown, PA§
October 4-SNHU Arena-Manchester, NH§
October 5-MVP Arena-Albany, NY§
Oct. 7-Mohegan Sun Arena-Uncasville, CT§
October 8-Cross Insurance Center-Bangor, ME§
Oct. 18-PNC Arena-Raleigh, North Carolina**
October 19-Bon Secours Wellness Arena-Greenville, South Carolina**
October 21-Vystar Veterans Memorial Arena-Jacksonville, FL**
Oct. 22-Hertz Arena-Estero, FL**
October 25 – Hard Rock Live – Hollywood, Florida **
Oct. 26-Amalie Arena-Tampa, FL**
October 28-Spectrum Center-Charlotte, North Carolina**
October 29-Legacy Arena at BJCC-Birmingham, AL**
November 1-Smoothie King Center-New Orleans, LA**
Nov. 2-Simmons Bank Arena-Little Rock, AR**
November 4-Paycom Center-Oklahoma City, OK**
Nov. 5 – AT&T Center – San Antonio, TX**
Nov. 8-Don Haskins Center-El Paso, TX**
Nov. 9-Tucson Arena-Tucson, AZ**
Nov. 11-Honda Center-Anaheim, CA††
Nov. 12-Golden 1 Center-Sacramento, CA††

New dates in bold.

*with Metallica

†with The Pretty Reckless and Hannah Wicklund

‡ coverage to be determined

§ with Houndmouth and Robert Finley

**with Durand Jones & the Indications and Crown Lands

†† with fruit bats and Crown land

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