Greta Van Fleet has added more dates to their ‘Strange Horizons 2021’ tour. Just
The band has added an extra show to each of the band’s stops in Tennessee, Connecticut, and Los Angeles. But don’t call them concerts – the band is referring to them as ‘specialty events.’ There is no Salt Lake date, but they did add an extra Los Angeles date if you feel like traveling.
Tickets to Strange Horizons 2021, our only headline events this year, are available today at 10 am local time: https://t.co/9HaoX8GjTu
It is truly a monumental time in history to be able to perform again. Let us, once again, come together & celebrate the privilege of life! pic.twitter.com/UeGAK9nSdG
— Greta Van Fleet (@GretaVanFleet) May 27, 2021
Whatever they are, there aren’t many of them – the tour consists of just seven dates, and the band says they will be the only headline shows of 2021.
— Consequence (@consequence) May 27, 2021
Why so few dates? Why are they calling them ‘specialty events’? Is Greta Van Fleet just being weird for the sake of weird?
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