Greta Van Fleet postpones two concerts due to illness

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Greta Van Fleet has postponed two concerts this week due to vocalist Josh Kiszka and guitarist Jake Kiszka feeling sick.

“We’re heartbroken to share both Jake and Josh woke up ill this morning,” the “Highway Tune” rockers wrote in a statement Wednesday.

GVF added that COVID-19 was “ruled out,” but after a “medical consultation,” the band felt that Wednesday and tonight’s shows in Flint and Ypsilanti, Michigan, could not go on as planned. Instead, the dates will be rescheduled for September.

The shows are part of Greta Van Fleet’s Dreams in Gold U.S. tour, which just kicked off last week in Kalamazoo, Michigan.

“This has been the most uplifting and magnificent start to tour, so we are disappointed to make this announcement,” the band’s statement read.

The Dreams in Gold tour is set to resume Saturday, March 19, in Huntington, West Virginia.

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