The Raconteurs Announce 2019 Tour and First New Album in 11 Years

Update: The Raconteurs have added new fall tour dates in support of their comeback album, Help Us Stranger.  Tour has been extended through November.  Check below for upcoming tour dates.

For the first time in eleven years, Jack White’s other band The Raconteurs will tour together for an extensive North American tour.  The group announced their live comeback over the weekend at the Third Man Record’s 10th Anniversary concert in Nashville.  There will be three separate legs.  The first leg will kick off July 12 in White’s hometown of Detroit and will wrap up at the end of the month.  After a show at the Railbird Festival in Lexington, KY on Aug. 10, the group will pick up where they left off for another month of touring with stops in Nashville, Atlanta and NYC.  Fans can also check them out at Woodstock 50.  The third and final will be comprised of five shows happening in October.

The tours will be in support of the The Raconteurs’ first new album in 11 years.  The new album, ‘Help Us Stranger’ will be released June 21 via White’s label, Third Man Records.

Over the weekend, The Raconteurs’ Jack White, Brendan Benson, Jack Lawrence, and Patrick Keeler made their live comeback at Third Man Records’ 10th anniversary concert in Nashville. Now, the dynamic foursome have mapped out an extensive North American tour.

See tour dates and ticket information here:

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