The band is continuing their wildly successful Starcatcher Tour

Greta Van Fleet live 2023
Greta Van Fleet [The Rock Revival]

Next year, Greta Van Fleet are extending their Starcatcher Tour. The band confirmed Tuesday plans for a new round of dates across the United States. The trek begins on April 27 at Chaifetz Arena in St. Louis, Missouri and wraps up on May 21 at the Fiserv Forum in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.

Very special guests for the trek will be Geese. Tickets go on sale this Friday, October 27 at 10am local time HERE. Fans can also enter the Electric Tomb HERE for early ticket access.

Back in August, Greta Van Fleet have revealed a new music video for their song, “The Falling Sky.” The track is from the band’s all-new album, Starcatcher, which arrived on July 21 via Lava/Republic Records. Stream the official music video below now.

“A peer into the wilds of a starlit oblivion, this visual representation of ‘The Falling Sky’ demonstrates the darkness and barbarity in a world filled with such duality,” says guitarist Jake Kiszka. “In essence, a reminder of the complexity of the human soul and all it is capable of enduring; a letter of love written to the rising sun.”

Greta Van Fleet’s third studio album was produced by Dave Cobb (Chris Stapleton, Brandi Carlile, Rival Sons). The band recorded the album at RCA Studios in Nashville. It peaked at No. 8 on the Billboard 200, and took the No. 1 spot on Billboard’s Top Rock and Top Alternative Albums charts. In the UK, the record landed at No. 2 on the Rock & Metal Albums Chart.

The band are currently trekking across North America on their Starcatcher World Tour. The run began July 24 at Bridgestone Arena in Nashville, Tennessee, where they opened the show with “The Falling Sky.” Revisit our review and live photos from the tour kickoff HERE. The tour wraps up on December 6 at Campo Pequeno in Lisbon, Portugal. Special guests throughout the run will be Kaleo, Surf Curse, Mt. Joy and Black Honey on select dates. The run also has seen the band perform at Sea Hear Now in Asbury Park, New Jersey alongside Foo Fighters, The Killers, and more.