Jack White is coming to Orlando this fall

No Tampa Bay stop though.

click to enlarge Jack White plays Lollapalooza at Grant Park in Chicago, Illinois on August 5, 2018. - TRACY MAY
Tracy May
Jack White plays Lollapalooza at Grant Park in Chicago, Illinois on August 5, 2018.
Jack White is coming to Orlando as part of a newly added leg of his Supply Chain Issues world tour.

And despite tapping Tampa band Glove to open select dates on the tour, there is no Tampa Bay stop on White's itinerary (it's 2014 all over again, people).

White will have plenty of new material to show off during his Orlando stop. The Third Man head and former White Stripes frontman is currently rolling out his second album of 2022. Expect a wide range of hits as well as tracks from April's Fear of Dawn and the upcoming Entering Heaven Alive.

White's Orlando stop comes in the midst of a rare full-Florida leg. In addition to the September 21 stop at the Hard Rock Live, White plans to play shows at the St. Augustine Amphitheatre and Miami's James L. Knight Center. All Florida shows will be supported by Cat Power. Tickets for the Florida shows go on sale on Friday, June 24.

This post first appeared at our sibling publication Orlando Weekly.
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