Greta Van Fleet announces concert in Mexico in 2022 at the Pepsi Center WTC

Following a series of sold-out special events this year and new # 1 record material on the Billboard charts; Greta Van Fleet he’s ready to get back on the road and announces his Dreams In Gold Tour, which will start on March 10 in Michigan, his hometown, to give way to a series of sand concerts that will spread through the United States, Europe and Mexico.

Just as you hear it! the CDMX It is one of the only two Latin American cities considered for the tour of Greta Van Fleet, in addition to São Paulo on Brazil. The quartet will offer a concert on May 16, 2022 at Pepsi Center WTC, where some of his most recent hits and songs will be played. The pre-sale of tickets for Banamex cardholders will be on November 11 and 12, while the general sale will begin on November 13 through the system Ticketmaster.

Rival Sons and The Velveteers they will be the opening act for the North American concerts.

“Strange Horizons”, the special events of Greta Van Fleet in 2021, they sold out tickets in Nashville, Bridgeport, Chicago and The Angels. The group’s latest album, ‘The Battle At Garden’s Gate’, was released in early 2021 to great success on global charts, debuting as Rock Album and Hard Rock Album No. 1 from Billboard; Vinyl Album No. 2 of Billboard Top Album Sales and was placed in the Top 10 of the list Billboard 200.

‘The Battle At Garden’s Gate’ explores the limits of the group’s art and reflects on the personal and spiritual growth of each of its members during their meteoric rise.

“During the composition of this album there was a lot of self-evolution motivated by the experiences I had, the experiences we all had”, explained the vocalist Josh Kiszka. “It reflects a lot of the world we’ve seen, and I think it reflects a lot of personal truth.”

Via Blabbermouth.

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Greta Van Fleet announces concert in Mexico in 2022 at the Pepsi Center WTC