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Up-and-coming rockers Greta Van Fleet have announced an Australian leg of their March of the Peaceful Army World Tour and debut headline dates for 2019.
The dates are in support of their debut album Anthem of the Peaceful Army, due for release on 19 October via Lava/Republic Records.
They’ll be taking in the east coast from 29th January, playing Sydney, Brisbane on 3rd February, then on to Melbourne on the 5th.
The album’s first radio track, When The Curtain Falls, rocketed to the Top Ten in under three weeks; it’snow sitting at #3 on the Rock Radio charts. It’s also gathered 18.5 million streams.
Michigan-bred Greta Van Fleet is twin brothers Josh Kiszka (vocals), Jake Kiszka (guitars), younger brother Sam Kiszka (bass and keyboards), and family friend Danny Wagner (drums).
The group made a splash on the rock scene in March 2017 with debut single Highway Tune, holding the #1 spot on the U.S. Rock Radio Charts for five weeks in a row; likewise in Canada’s Active Rock Radio charts for nine weeks.
It led to sold-out concerts in North America and Europe, as well as adulation from Elton John, Nikki Sixx, and Justin Bieber.
Tickets go on sale for Sydney at 9am Friday, 19 October. Tickets for Brisbane and Melbourne go on sale an hour later the same day.
My Live Nation members gain early access to an exclusive pre-sale beginning 11am Tuesday, 16 October until 5pm Thursday, 18 October.
For complete tour and ticket information, visit Live Nation.