Greta Van Fleet, who is credited with bringing 80’s rock and roll back to the mainstream, is hitting the Golden 1 Center stage on Tuesday, March 28. Their original stop in Sacramento back in November was rescheduled due to lead singer Josh Kiszka rupturing an eardrum a couple days before the show.
Fans of all ages were in attendance, enjoying the band’s classic rock and roll style performances.
“Their inspirations and influences read loud and clear, but the band has put their own spin on a style of music that came into being long before they were born,” – Atlas Artist Group
“The concert was inspired and inspiring, one of the best both for the band’s ability to warm and make the audience feel part of the concert, and for their great technic. All the members of Greta Van Fleet are in fact extremely professional and greatly able to entertain a live audience, offering a performance to take your breath away,” – Music Daily
“Greta Van Fleet, which is widely recognized for their classic rock sound, which incorporates elements of blues-rock, quickly grabbed the crowd’s attention and did not relinquish it until the two-hour, 12-song set ended,” – El Paso Inc
“It was a dazzling 12 song performance that really made me look past the Led Zep comparisons. I think this band will evolve and move on in the future but for now I think you need to see these guys in person, so you really get a sense of how they got to this point so quickly,” – Loud Flash
Greta Van Fleet’s Sacramento date will be the last of the “Dreams in Gold” tour.