Today, Jack White has added two upcoming shows leading up to the Nashville make-up, to finalize his Boarding House Reach fall tour. The rockstar will make a stop at Brooklyn’s Kings Theatre, Saturday, November 17th, before heading to Chicago’s Aragon Ballroom, Monday, November 19th.

Last week, Jack White scheduled a concert for Tuesday, November 20th, in hopes to accommodate those who purchased tickets to see him at the cancelled Pilgrimage Music Festival. The makeup show at Nashville’s Bridgestone Arena will see two of Jack White’s Third Man Records artists handle the night’s opening duties, with Joshua Hedley kicking off the night, and Margo Price performing second prior to White’s headlining set.

The show announcements come on the heels of Jack White’s recent announcement that he will reconvene one of his former projects, The Raconteurs, for a new album slated for release 2019. The Raconteurs consists of White, Brendan BensonJack Lawrence, and Patrick Keeler. The new album will mark The Raconteurs’ first release in more than a decade, serving as a follow-up to 2008’s Consolers of the Lonely.

The news of a new album from The Raconteurs comes along with the announcement that White’s Third Man Records will release a special 10th-anniversary reissue of Consolers of the Lonely, marketed as the 38th installment in their Vault Package series. The new reissue box set will also include a 7″ vinyl featuring two new recently recorded songs from the group, which will serve as the foundation for the upcoming album.

Tickets for the upcoming Brooklyn and Chicago shows go on sale to the public this Friday, October 12th at 11 a.m. local time via Ticketmaster. A limited amount of pre-sale tickets will be available to Third Man Vault members starting at 10 a.m. local time on Thursday, October 11th.

For more information on tickets and Jack White’s upcoming tour dates, head to his website.

Jack White 2018 Upcoming Tour Dates

October 3: Palladium Riga – Riga, Latvia
October 4: Siemens Arena – Vilnius, Lithuania
October 6: Gdynia Arena – Gdynia, Poland
October 7: MTP2 – Poznan, Poland
October 9: Torwar – Warsaw, Poland
October 10: Tauron Arena Kraków – Kraków, Poland
October 12: Verti Music Hall – Berlin, Germany
October 13: Zenith – Munich, Germany
October 14: Warsteiner Music Hall – Dortmund, Germany
October 16: Brighton Centre – Brighton, UK
October 17: Birmingham Academy – Birmingham, UK
October 18: Hull Venue – Hull, UK
October 20: Liverpool Space By Echo Arena – Liverpool, UK
October 21: Usher Hall – Edinburgh, UK
November 2: Rogers Place – Edmonton, Canada
November 3: Stampede Corral Arena – Calgary, Canada
November 5: Brandt Centre – Regina, Canada
November 6: Bell MTS Place – Winnipeg, Canada
November 8: Budweiser Gardens – London, Canada
November 9: The Arena at TD Place – Ottawa, Canada
November 10: Place Bell – Laval, Canada
November 12: Videotron Centre – Quebec, Canada
November 13: Moncton Events Centre – Moncton, Canada
November 17: Kings Theatre – Brooklyn, NY
November 19: Aragon Ballroom – Chicago, IL
November 20: Bridgestone Arena – Nashville, TN (with Joshua Hedley, Margo Price)

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