Jack White has announced two London shows as part of his 2022 world tour – find all the details below.
The former White Stripes frontman announced two new albums – ‘Fear Of The Dawn’ (out April 8) and ‘Entering Heaven Alive’ (July 22) – last month, having returned with the single ‘Taking Me Back’ in October.
Today (December 10) White confirmed an extensive run of headline shows in support of the double record release, dubbed ‘The Supply Chain Issue Tour’.
He’ll begin with a string of North American dates in April, with stop-offs scheduled for Detroit, Chicago, New York, Los Angeles and other cities throughout the month and into May/June.
The musician will then touch down in the UK for a two-night billing at the Eventim Apollo in Hammersmith, London (June 27/28). Tickets go on sale here at 10am local time next Friday (December 17).
Following his appearances in the capital, White is due to hit the road in Europe throughout July before returning for an additional stint in the US. He’ll also perform at Mad Cool Festival in Madrid on July 10.
The singer’s first London show is on the Monday after Glastonbury 2022, which is due to take place between June 22-26. As it stands, White is free to make a return to Worthy Farm on either the Friday, Saturday or Sunday of the festival. He last performed at Glasto in 2014.
You can see Jack White’s 2022 UK and European tour dates below. Find the full schedule here and in the above post.
27 – Eventim Apollo, London, UK
28 – Eventim Apollo, London, UK
30 – Palladium, Cologne, Germany
01 – AFAS Live, Amsterdam, Netherlands
02 – Haus Auensee, Leipzig, Germany
04 – Verti Music Hall, Berlin, Germany
07 – Le Radiant, Lyon, France
10 – Mad Cool Festival, Madrid, Spain
14 – Samsung HallZurich, Switzerland
15 – Jahrhunderthalle, Frankfurt, Germany
16 – Forest National, Brussels, Belgium
18 – L’Olympia, Paris, France
19 – L’Olympia, Paris, France
20 – L’Olympia, Paris, France
Upon his forthcoming records being announced, it was said Jack White had been busy writing and recording new music over the past few years – resulting in “two entirely different albums” that are “each defined by different inspirations, different themes [and] different moods”.