Jack White has announced a series of dates across North America and Europe to take place this summer. The singer/guitarist will be separately supported by fellow Third Man artist Kelley Stoltz and soul singer-songwriter Benjamin Booker. Following a one-off date for Record Store Day in Nashville, where White hopes to record and press a 7" in record time, the tour begins in full on May 29 in Tulsa, Oklahoma.

Jack White has announced a series of dates across North America and Europe to take place this summer.

The singer/guitarist will be separately supported by fellow Third Man artist Kelley Stoltz and soul singer-songwriter Benjamin Booker.

Following a one-off date for Record Store Day in Nashville, where White hopes to record and press a 7″ in record time, the tour begins in full on May 29 in Tulsa, Oklahoma.

White will visit the UK in June to play Glastonbury and London and the Republic of Ireland to play Dublin.

The tour is in support of White’s forthcoming album, Lazaretto.

Jack White will play:

April 19: Third Man Records – Nashville, TN

May 29: Cain’s Ballroom – Tulsa, Oklahoma

May 30: Wild West – Lubbock, Texas

May 31: 6/1 Free Press Summer Festival – Houston, Texas

June 2: Municipal Auditorium – Shreveport, Louisiana

June 3: Saenger Theatre – New Orleans, Louisiana

June 5: The Fillmore Charlotte – Charlotte, North Carolina

June 7: Governors Ball – New York, NY

June 12 – 15 Bonnaroo – Manchester, Tennessee

June 25 – 29: Glastonbury – Somerset, England

June 26: Royal Hospital Kilmainham – Dublin, Ireland

June 29: L’Olympia – Paris, France

June 30: L’Olympia – Paris, France

July 3: Heineken Music Hall – Amsterdam, Netherlands

July 4: Open’er Festival – Gdynia, Poland

July 5: Eventim Apollo – London, England

July 19: Forecastle Festival – Louisville, Kentucky

July 20: Fox Theatre – St. Louis, Missouri

July 21: Eagles Ballroom – Milwaukee, Wisconsin

July 23: Chicago Theatre – Chicago, Illinois

July 24: Auditorium Theatre – Chicago, Illinois

July 27: Stage AE Outdoors – Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

July 28: Fox Theatre – Detroit, Michigan

July 30: Masonic Temple Theatre – Detroit, Michigan

July 31: Air Canada Centre – Toronto, Ontario

August 1 – 3 Osheaga Music & Arts Festival – Montreal, Quebec

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