Jack White Expands Extensive Supply Chain Issues World Tour With Additional North American Dates

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Jack White, Margo Price - Credit: Al Wagner/Invision/AP
Jack White, Margo Price - Credit: Al Wagner/Invision/AP

Jack White has expanded his extensive Supply Chain Issues world tour ahead of Entering Heaven Alive, his second second new album of the year, out July 22. The musician will be joined by a dozen special guest openers across the international trek, including The Paranoyds, Cat Power, and Ichi-Bons across select dates in September and October.

After the initial set of North American tour dates wrap on Aug. 29, White will pick back up on Sept. 15 in Louisville, Kentucky. The newly released shows include stops in Flint, Asheville, Atlanta, Miami, New Orleans, Tucson, and more. Ticket sales for the new dates begin Friday, June 24 at 10 a.m. local time. Complete details and ticket information can be found on the official Jack White website. Live audio of the tour performances will also be available for purchase after each performance through nugs.net.

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The previously announced set of North American tour dates found White bringing along Be Your Own Pet, Cautious Clay, Sugar Tradition, Olivia Jean, Geese, July Talk, Ezra Furman, Glove, Chicano Batman, Natalie Bergman, the Kills, the Backseat Lovers, Men I Trust, JD McPherson, Starcrawler, and more. In Europe, White will host Chubby & the Gang, Yard Act, SONS, Doctor Victor, Ko Ko Mo, Larkin Poe, Equal Idiots, and Mdou Moctar.

The loaded Supply Chain Issues tour marks White’s first headline tour in four years. The slate of shows began on April 8 in support of the rock singer’s fourth studio album Fear of the Dawn, released via Third Man Records. Led by the recently released single “If I Die Tomorrow,” Entering Heaven Alive acts as a companion record.

The double album follows a period of pause for White, who at one point during the pandemic stepped back from writing any music for eight months. When he put pen to paper again, two dozen songs poured out.

“I started writing a lot of songs, and they were in all different directions: some incredibly heavy; almost some like speed metal; some sounded so gentle. I ended up with 20, 25 songs,” White told Rolling Stone. “People don’t respond well to double albums these days. I wanted to put them out on the same day, but there’s no way we could press all that vinyl and have them all out on the same day.”

Jack White Fall 2022 Tour Dates

Aug. 20 – Flint, MI @ The Whiting
Sept. 15 – Louisville, KY @ Bourbon & Beyond
Sept. 16 – Asheville, NC @ Rabbit Rabbit
Sept. 17-18 – Atlanta, GA @ Music Midtown
Sept. 19 – St. Augustine, FL @ St. Augustine Amphitheatre
Sept. 20 – Miami, FL @ James L. Knight Center
Sept. 21 – Orlando, FL @ Hard Rock Live Orlando
Sept. 23 – New Orleans, LA @ The Fillmore
Sept. 25 – Shreveport, LA @ Shreveport Municipal Auditorium
Sept. 27 – Oklahoma City, OK @ The Criterion
Sept. 30 – Tucson, AZ @ Tucson Music Hall
Oct. 1 – Dana Point, CA @ Ohana Festival
Oct. 7-8 – Tecate Coordenada @ Guadalajara, MX
Oct. 9 – Pepsi Center @ Mexico City, MX
Oct. 14 – Primavera Sound Buenos Aires @ Buenos Aires, AR
Oct. 12 – Popload Festival @ São Paulo, BR
Oct. 16 – Primavera Sound Santiago @ Santiago, CL

This post was updated to reflect Jack White’s new tour dates

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