Frankenmuth rock band Greta Van Fleet releases more tickets for sold-out Detroit shows

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Here's some good news for fans of the Frankenmuth-based and Led Zeppelin-inspired outfit Greta Van Fleet. The back-to-back-to-back three-show blitz scheduled for May 22, 23, and 25 at The Fillmore is no longer sold-out.

Today the band announced tickets have been made available for 13 select sold-out headlining shows including dates in Baltimore, Md., Sayreville, N.J., Toronto, and Boston, Mass. Tickets will go on sale Saturday, March 31 at noon. There's a caveat, though. There will be a limit of two tickets per person and they will only be available via The Fillmore box office in person. 



“We’re very excited that more tickets for these shows could be made available to our fans,” guitarist Jake Kiszka said of the announcement. “It’s very humbling to see our shows sell out, and we’re looking forward to being on the road again, spending time with and playing for our fans.”

Greta Van Fleet kicked off its 2018 tour last week in the U.K and Europe. The foursome will return to the states to perform at Coachella before hitting The Fillmore. Their debut LP is slated for a summer release.



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