CONCERT REVIEW: Greta Van Fleet Give Banging Performance In The Netherlands
Greta Van Fleet returned to the Netherlands a year after their last appearance, performing at the Ziggo Dome in Amsterdam. As one of the Netherlands’ bigger venues, the Ziggo Dome can hold up to 17,000 people, making it a highly anticipated concert for the fans.
The evening kicked off with the opening acts, Hannah Wicklund and Mt Joy. When Hannah Wicklund took the stage, the venue was relatively empty. However, as the lights dimmed and the first notes resonated throughout the venue, it was a nice first warming-up of the evening. Although their set was short, it provided a pleasant start to the concert.
Next up was Mt Joy, and by this point, the room had started to fill up. While the venue wasn’t completely full yet, there were certainly more people present. They had the opportunity to play for a little longer as the room slowly kept filling up. By the time they finished their set, the venue was almost full, setting the stage for Greta Van Fleet.
Finally, it was time for Greta Van Fleet to take the stage and entertain the crowd. Their entrance was met with a bang, accompanied by fireworks on the stage. The first moments were a sensory explosion, with the music turned up to a volume that required hearing protection for many attendees. While concerts are often loud, this one was particularly intense.
Greta Van Fleet also showcased their musical talent through impressive solos. These solos were a highlight of the performance, allowing the band to demonstrate their musical prowess. At one point, they even moved to a secondary stage for a few acoustic songs, providing a nice change of pace. Afterward, they returned to the main stage to finish their set.
Overall, attending a Greta Van Fleet concert is highly recommended for fans of their music. They deliver a powerful and entertaining performance, showcasing their musical abilities and creating an electrifying atmosphere. If you’re a fan, it’s an experience worth checking out. Check out the pictures we took below!