Live Review: Greta Van Fleet (Sthlm Fields) – Gärdet, Stockholm 28.06.2024

Anastasia Baranovskaia

By Anastasia Baranovskaia

Sthlm Fields, a series of concerts held at Gärdet in Stockholm, once again lit up the city’s music scene on June 28th. Headlining the evening’s event was the Michigan-born band Greta Van Fleet, a group that has continually captured the hearts of rock enthusiasts worldwide with their Led Zeppelin-inspired sound and unique flair. The American rock band consists of vocalist Josh Kiszka, guitarist Jake Kiszka, bassist Sam Kiszka and drummer Daniel Wagner.

Having witnessed their performance at Lollapalooza 2019, I was eager to see them take the stage again. True to form, Greta Van Fleet did not disappoint, proving once more why fans travel from far and wide to experience their live shows.

Despite the day’s relentless rain, which continued to pour during their set, the crowd’s spirits remained positive throughout. The weather only seemed to enhance the rock ‘n’ roll atmosphere. Flames, dynamic guitar solos, and the overall raw energy of the performance created a striking contrast with the rain, making the experience even more memorable.

The band kicked off their set with “The Falling Sky,” “Indigo Streak,” and “Caravel,” instantly captivating the audience. Fan favourites like “Highway Tune” and “Black Smoke Rising” were met with enthusiastic cheers as the singer’s powerful vocals blended together flawlessly with the tight knit band.

The set concluded with “Light My Love” and “Farewell for Now. “Light My Love” was accompanied by a colourful light show that perfectly complemented the band’s performance and the song’s sound.

The show was fun to watch, seamlessly blending pyro, lights, fire, and smoke to create an immersive concert experience. Greta Van Fleet’s performance at Sthlm Fields was a journey for rock fans – delivered by a band that embodies the timeless spirit of classic rock.

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