(TRR) – Greta Van Fleet have postponed the final two dates of their March of the Peaceful Army Tour. The shows, which were set for October 15 and October 16 at The Met in Philadelphia, have been rescheduled for December 29 and December 30. In a statement from the band’s publicist, illness was cited as the reason for the cancellations.
“It is an incredible disappointment to share that we must reschedule our Philadelphia performances. Tickets for October 15 will be valid for December 29 and tickets for October 16 will be valid for December 30, and can also be refunded at point of purchase. Josh has been fighting an illness the past couple of days trying to feel better, but unfortunately his symptoms have developed into the flu. The only way to deliver the best performance for you is if we are all healthy. Thank you for your understanding, it will be tremendous to reunite for revelry.”
Greta Van Fleet kicked off their fall U.S. tour on September 21 at the Starlight Theatre in Kansas City, MO. Last night, the group performed in Nashville for what would be the tour’s final stop.
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