Rock ‘n roll quartet Greta Van Fleet is performing at Smoothie King Center this fall. Grab your tickets here.
Greta Van fleet used to play grimy dive bars and impromptu forest concerts. Now, this rock band is selling out stadiums and winning Grammies. For their latest tour, Dreams in Gold, Greta Van Fleet is stopping at Smoothie King Center in New Orleans on November 1. The tour also features special guests Durand Jones & The Indications and Crown Lands.
Originally hailing from Michigan, Greta Van Fleet has gained some serious recognition as a rock ‘n roll renaissance act. Each member of the band has professed a long-time love for classic blues and rock, and it’s evident in their sound. Their high-energy shows are where this band really shines. Lead singer Josh Kiszka’s soaring falsetto is reminiscent of classic Robert Plant. His brothers Jake & Sam Kiszka write chugging guitar riffs. All while drummer Danny Wagner keeps the heartbeat of their songs strong.
Their debut single, “Highway Tune”, emerged at the top of U.S. Mainstream Rock charts in 2017. Their first full-length LP, From the Fires, which was released on November 10, 2017, went on to win the 2019 Grammy Award for Best Rock Album. Subsequent albums, Anthem of the Peaceful Army and The Battle at Garden’s Gate also received critical acclaim.
Greta Van Fleet in New Orleans
While we haven’t seen any official releases from Greta Van Fleet this year, they’re currently on a North American tour that covers most of the East Coast. In addition to GVF, there are some rockin’ support acts on this tour. Soul rock creatives Durand Jones and The Indications are playing, as are prog rock duo Crown Lands. This evening of classic rock and rock will surely be one to remember.
Don’t miss Greta Van Fleet, Durand Jones & The Indications, and Crown Lands in New Orleans at Smoothie King Center in New Orleans on November 1. Tickets start at $45.
Doors: 7 PM | Smoothie King Center | Tues. November 1, 2022
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