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The White Stripes play gig on city bus

Duo continue their unusual venue theme

The White Stripes Wireless Festival , Hyde Park, London, 14 June 2007 Pic Andy Willsher
The White Stripes yesterday (July 2) performed yet another strangely-located show- on a bus in Canada.

Jack and Meg White took a small number of fans on the road in a city bus, driving through the streets of Winnipeg as they played an acoustic set including 'Wheels On The Bus' and 'Hotel Yorba', according to Pitchfork.

As previously reported , the band have already played a number of unusual locations including one in a classroom at Creekside Youth Centre in Burnaby, British Columbia and another at the for "Chelsea" pensioners at the Royal Hospital in London.

They continue their lengthy tour tonight with a show at the Community Auditorium in Thunder Bay, Ontario.

--By our New York staff.
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