The Raconteurs Plot 34-Dates North American Tour

The Raconteurs - Brendon Benson and Jack White - performing in Glastonbury Festival, 2008. Photo by Graham Trott/REX/Shutterstock (780662g)

After announcing that their new album Help Us Stranger is coming on June 21st, The Raconteurs have now shared the details about their North American tour this summer and early fall.

The band, fronted by White Stripes’ Jack White, will kick off their 34-dates trip in Detroit on July 12th and is scheduled to visit Los Angeles, Cleveland, Atlanta, New York, Boston, and Toronto among other cities, before wrapping up the tour in St. Louis on October 18th. According to a press release, each online ticket purchase will come with a free physical CD copy of their new album.

Before their journey through North America, The Raconteurs tour Australia, Japan, and Europe in April, May, and June, where they are set to play a number of headlining shows and festival sets. They recently had their first live show in eight years during the 10th-anniversary celebration for White’s Third Man Records in Nashville.

Back in December, the American rockers shared “Sunday Driver” and “Now That You’re Gone,” their first new music in 10 years. These two songs will serve as leading singles for Help Us Stranger, which will be their third studio release and follow up to critically acclaimed Consolers of the Lonely.

You can check out the full dates for The Raconteurs’ North American tour below.