Greta Van Fleet was supposed to perform in Flint tonight at the Dort Financial Center. Unfortunately, that's not happening.

Last Friday, Greta Van Fleet canceled their sold-out shows scheduled for this week in Flint and Ypsilanti. Both shows were originally supposed to take place back in March but the band postponed and pushed those shows back to this week due to an illness within the band.

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The band canceled both shows and posted a statement on social media on September 9, just after 5 pm.

Greta Van Fleet:

To our beloved Michigan fans,

Due to production and logistical issues outside our control, we regrettably must cancel the upcoming shows in Flint and Ypsilanti.

We truly wish the circumstances were different and we could see you next week.

Thank you for your long-standing support.

The remainder of the Dreams In Gold Tour 2022 is unaffected and will proceed as scheduled.

Refunds and more information will be available at point of purchase.

Josh, Jake, Sam, and Danny

As you can imagine, fans were not happy with the band's statement. I think the main reason they were upset was that no one had a clue what "production and logistical issues" meant. I think if the band had been a little more honest with their fans, they wouldn't have gotten so much backlash. Maybe one day we'll get the skinny on what really happened.

In honor of their show that was supposed to take place in Flint tonight, here's a video of Greta Van Fleet playing "Highway Tune" at The Machine Shop back in 2017.

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