Greta Van Fleet Forced to Cancel Remaining Australian Tour Dates Due To Illness

Sad news as rising Rock stars Greta Van Fleet have announced they must cancel their remaining Australian tours dates, scheduled to continue tonight in Melbourne. The cancellation is due to Illness, namely lead singer Josh Kiszka‘s laryngitis, developed while traveling. This was the first ever tour of the continent by the band who have shot to fame all over the world. The band have promised, “something big” to make it up to fans. The band already announced they were set to record another album, their second, later this year. The band is touring behind Anthem of the Peaceful Army, out now via Lava/ Republic Records.

Dearest Melbourne fans,

I have some heartbreaking news. Unfortunately, somewhere between travel from the US to Japan and Australia, I developed an upper respiratory infection that has gradually evolved into laryngitis. I’ve been trying to recover, but cannot seem to get rid of it. Doctors have informed me that performing in this condition could cause damage to my vocal chords, which is something that I cannot risk, and therefore we must reschedule our shows tonight and tomorrow. It means the world to me to be able to perform for you, and it breaks my heart to have to do this, but I must take my health very seriously, so as to not run the risk of causing more serious harm. I am terribly sorry to make this announcement, we are already working on a momentous return to make this up to you and will be announcing that very soon. I hope you can understand, this has been a difficult situation and disappointing for us all.

With sincere love,

Josh (Greta Van Fleet)

Greta Van Fleet ‘March Of The Peaceful Army’ 2019 Australian Tour

Sunday, 3rd February – Rescheduled

Eatons Hill Hotel, Brisbane

Tickets: Live Nation

Tuesday, 5th February – Rescheduled

Forum Theatre, Melbourne

Tickets: Live Nation

Wednesday, 6th February – Rescheduled

Forum Theatre, Melbourne

Tickets: Live Nation