Former White Stripes frontman Jack White will be on the move this summer. Touring in support of his newest album Lazaretto, which is scheduled for release on June 10, fans will be able to see White across North America and Europe. White’s musical jaunt will have a unique start, however. On April 19, at his Nashville studio (Third Man Records), White will perform the album’s title single “Lazaretto.” The single will be recorded and the record released to fans in attendance.
This is just the start to the whirlwind performances White fans have come to expect from the artist. After Nashville, White will have shows in Lubbock, TX, at Wild West and in Shreveport, LA. Festival goers across the two continents will be pleased to know White will be featured in lineups at Governor’s Ball, Bonnaroo, Forecastle Festival in KY, and Glastonbury in the UK. European fans can see White in Amsterdam at Heineken Music Hall, London at Eventim Apollo, and in Paris on June 29 and 30. White will be stateside again, rounding out the tour with stops in Chicago on July 23 and 24, and will finish up in Montreal at the Osheaga Music & Arts Festival.