Greta Van Fleet announces 2019 headlining dates

Initial itinerary includes the band’s first tour of Australia

Greta Van Fleet, one of the most buzzed-about new rock bands, has announced the March of the Peaceful Army World Tour and initial headline dates for 2019. These dates are in support of the band’s debut album, Anthem of the Peaceful Army, that is due out October 19th via Lava/Republic Records. As part of the itinerary, the band will visit Australia for the first time playing concerts in four cities beginning in Sydney on January 29th. The band then heads to Europe and the UK in February and March for 12 dates, followed by four weeks of North American shows from early May to early June. All confirmed dates and ticket on-sale details are below.

Music fans were first introduced to Greta Van Fleet Josh Kiszka/vocals, Jake Kiszka/guitars, Sam Kiszka/bass & keys, and Danny Wagner/drums – in March 2017 with the release of the band’s debut single “Highway Tune” that held the No. 1 position on U.S. Rock Radio Charts for five consecutive weeks and on Canada’s Active Rock Radio Charts for nine straight weeks. Twenty-seventeen went on to be a wild ride of sold-out concerts in North America and Europe, glowing press, accolades from a slew of fellow artists from Elton John to Nikki Sixx to Justin Bieber, millions of YouTube video plays and Spotify streams, two No. 1 EPs, a gold record in Canada, and most importantly, the genesis of an extraordinary connection with their fans.

Jan 29 – Enmore Theatre, Sydney, Australia (on-sale Friday, October 12 @ 9 am local)
Feb 3 – Eatons Hill Hotel, Brisbane, Australia (on-sale Friday, October 12 @ 10 am/local)
Feb 5 – Forum Theatre, Melbourne, Australia (on-sale Friday, October 12 @ 10 am/local)
Feb 8 – Logan Campbell Centre, Auckland, New Zealand (on-sale Friday, October 12 @ 10 am/local)
Feb 22 – Palau Sant Jordi, Barcelona, Spain (on-sale Friday, October 19 @ 10 am/local)
Feb 24 – Alcatraz, Milan, Italy (on-sale Friday, October 19 @ 10 am/local)
Feb 25 – Zenith, Munich, Germany (on-sale Friday, October 19 @ 10 am/local)
Feb 27 – AFAS Live, Amsterdam, Netherlands (on-sale Friday, October 19 @ 10 am/local)
Feb 28 – Lotto Arena, Antwerp, Belgium (on-sale Friday, October 19 @ 10 am/local)
Mar 3 – Zenith, Paris, France (on-sale Friday, October 19 @ 10 am/local)
Mar 5 – Newcastle 02 Academy, Newcastle, UK (on-sale Friday, October 19 @ 10 am/local)
Mar 7 – 02 Academy, Glasgow, UK (on-sale Friday, October 19 @ 10 am/local)
Mar 8 – 02 Academy Leeds, Leeds, UK (on-sale Friday, October 19 @ 10 am/local)
Mar 10 – Rock City, Nottingham, UK (on-sale Friday, October 19 @ 10 am/local)
Mar 11 -Montford Hall, Liverpool, UK (on-sale Friday, October 19 @ 10 am/local)
Mar 13 – Olympia Theatre, Dublin, Ireland (on-sale Friday, October 19 @ 10 am/local)
May 7 – Bayfront Park Amphitheatre, Miami, FL (on-sale Friday, October 12 @ 10 am/local)
May 9 – Daily’s Place Amphitheatre, Jacksonville, FL (on-sale Friday, October 12 @ 10 am/local)
May 10 – Orlando Amphitheater at Central Florida Fairgrounds, Orlando, FL (on-sale Friday, October 12 @ 10 am/local)
May 12 – Fox Theatre, Atlanta, GA (on-sale Friday, October 12 @ 10 am/local)
May 13 – Fox Theatre, Atlanta, GA (on-sale Friday, October 12 @ 10 am/local)
May 15 – Charlotte Metro Credit Union Amphitheatre, Charlotte, NC (on-sale Friday, October 12 @ 10 am/local)
May 16 – Red Hat Amphitheater, Raleigh, NC (on-sale Friday, October 12 @ 10 am/local)
May 18 – The Stone Pony Summer Stage, Asbury Park, NJ (on-sale Friday, October 12 @ 10 am/local)
May 21 – MECU Pavilion, Baltimore, MD (on-sale Friday, October 12 @ 10 am/local)
May 22 – The Dome, Rochester, NY (on-sale Friday, October 12 @ 10 am/local)
May 25 – Forest Hills Stadium, Queens, NY (on-sale Friday, October 12 @ 10 am/local)
May 28 – Echo Beach, Toronto, ON CANADA (on-sale Friday, October 12 @ 10 am/local)
June 2 – Jacobs Pavilion at Nautica, Cleveland, OH (on-sale Friday, October 12 @ 10 am/local)
June 4 – Breese Stevens Field, Madison, WI (on-sale Friday, October 12 @ noon local)

Author: Buddy Iahn

Buddy Iahn founded The Music Universe when he decided to juxtapose his love of web design and music. As a lifelong drummer, he decided to take a hiatus from playing music to report it. The website began as a fun project in 2013 to one of the top independent news sites.

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