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Jack White Announces 'Lazaretto' Summer Tour

04/08/2014 09:15 am ET | Updated Apr 08, 2014
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Jack White is hitting the road. The former White Stripes frontman announced a jam-packed summer tour throughout North America and Europe, where he'll play songs off his new album "Lazaretto," due out June 10. Openers will include Kelley Stoltz -- also of Third Man Records -- and singer-songwriter Benjamin Booker.

White hasn't been on tour since 2012 when he supported his last album "Blunderbuss," but this trek includes pit stops at summer festivals Governor's Ball, Bonnaroo, Osheaga Music Festival, Forecastle Festival and Glastonbury. As previously announced, and in true Jack White style, he'll kick off the tour in Nashville on Record Store Day (April 19) at Third Man Records. There, he'll record, press and release the LP's title single, "Lazaretto," for fans who will receive the record right there on the spot.

White previously released the album's first song, an instrumental rock track,"High Ball Stepper," which fans can listen to now.

Jack White's summer "Lazaretto" tour:

April 19: Nashville - Third Man Records
May 29: Tulsa, Okla. - Cain's Ballroom
May 30: Lubbock, Texas - Wild West
May 31/June 1: Houston - Free Press Summer Festival
June 2: Shreveport, La. - Municipal Auditorium
June 3: New Orleans - Saenger Theatre
June 5: Charlotte, N.C. - The Fillmore Charlotte
June 7: New York City - Governors Ball
June 12/13/14/15: Manchester, Tenn. - Bonnaroo
June 25/26/27/28/29: Somerset, England - Glastonbury
June 26: Dublin, Ireland - Royal Hospital Kilmainham
June 29/30: Paris -L'Olympia
July 3: Amsterdam - Heineken Music Hall
July 4: Gdynia, Poland - Open'er Festival
July 5: London - Eventim Apollo
July 19: Louisville, Ky. - Forecastle Festival
July 20: St. Louis, Mo. - Fox Theatre
July 21: Milwaukee, Wis. - Eagles Ballroom
July 23: Chicago - Chicago Theatre
July 24: Chicago - Auditorium Theatre
July 27: Pittsburgh, Pa. - Stage AE Outdoors
July 28: Detroit - Fox Theatre
July 30: Detroit - Masonic Temple Theatre
July 31: Toronto - Air Canada Centre
Aug. 1/2/3: Montreal - Osheaga Music & Arts Festival

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