Written & Captured By | Sascha Steadman
Greta Van Fleet’s concert at the Delta Center was nothing short of Incredible, everything you
would expect a rock show to be and more, and it is clear lead singer Josh Kiszka, guitarist Jake
Kiszka, bassist/keyboardist Sam Kiszka and drummer Danny Wagner are now bonafide rock
From the moment the lights dimmed and the first chord was struck, it was obvious that Greta Van Fleet takes the heavy task of living up to Rock and Roll very seriously, it takes a special group to stay true to the music they create so beautifully. The big stage with dual catwalks, complemented by stunning pyrotechnics, white roses, several costume changes which by the way did not disappoint whatsoever! Lighthearted comedy shared by the lead singer created an electrifying atmosphere, not a disappointed seat in the house. One of the standout moments of the night was when they surprised the crowd by performing an acoustic set on a smaller stage at the other end of the arena.
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What I loved about the audience at the Greta Van Fleet concert was the diversity of the crowd in attendance. Their music seems to resonate with people of all ages in bell bottoms, and the audience ranged from very young rock enthusiasts to seasoned classic rock music lovers. It was a true testament to the band’s ability to bridge generational gaps and bring people together through the power of their music.
Like who doesn’t want to take it back to a simpler time when the music was hot and the lifestyle even hotter. May I say they sometimes sound similar to another legendary rock band? Some people make a big deal about this. Ridiculous. Maybe a vocal riff here or there, but is there anything wrong with being influenced by arguably the greatest rock band of all time? Greta Van Fleet is uniquely their own brand of rock and roll. Their stage presence is magnetic and they proved why they are hailed as the ultimate rock stars of our time. We can’t wait until they come back to Utah. Topping that show will be hard but I think these guys are just getting started. Can’t Wait to see what electrifying magic they come up with next.
Delta Center was an absolute rock ‘n’ roll spectacle that kept the audience on their feet throughout the entire show. These Michigan transplants are now locals, and can often be spotted around the Franklin area. The concert marked the beginning of their STARCATCHER WORLD TOUR.
Photos By | Sascha Steadman