Unfortunate news for fans of the modern rock group Greta Van Fleet as the band took to social media to announce that they are rescheduling several shows due to an illness that lead singer Josh Kiszka has suffered. The illness is thought to be not related to the symptoms that caused the worldwide pandemic in any way. The shows were scheduled to take place in the Michigan area as part of Greta Van Fleet’s highly anticipated: “Dreams In Gold” tour.
Greta Van Fleet’s statement would read as follows: We are disheartened to announce that the shows from March 22nd through April 2nd must be rescheduled for the health and safety of our brother, Jake. We recognize how upsetting this news is and share your disappointment. While Jake has been discharged after being hospitalized for four days, he still [is] struggling with pneumonia and its symptoms. The healing process is long and slower than anticipated. Jake wanted to push through, however, doctors have advised doing so could potentially lead to further complications and a longer recovery.” Greta Van Fleet were humilated last month by these hard rock icons.
Continuing the band stated: “We are actively working on rescheduling and will share information about the new dates as quickly as possible. We are determined to play these shows. To our fans in Madison, WI – unfortunately, the March 22nd, performance must be canceled due to planned venue renovations later this year. However, we love you and your city and will find a way to make it up to you. Refunds will be available at the point of purchase. To the fans, friends, and family that planned to travel to great lengths to be with us – your unwavering support has not gone unnoticed. We appreciate your dedication, understanding, grace, and sympathy.”
The band concluded: “This is only the beginning of the tour and it is important for Jake to heal so the rest of Dreams in Gold 2022 can continue as planned through the rest of the year, starting in South America.”