Just Announced | Jack White at the St. Augustine Amphitheatre

Multifarious artist, producer and ambassador of cool music brings his Supply Issues tour to The Amp

Jack White Press photo

Multi-instrumentalist, producer and White Stripes’ founder Jack White has announced additional dates to his ongoing Supply Chain Issues tour, with a stop at the St. Augustine Amphitheatre in September.

Since emerging from the Detroit music scene fronting one of the pre-eminent acts of the early-aughts garage-rock revival, The White Stripes, White has established himself not only as a distinctive voice in rock, but one of music’s most ardent and influential ambassadors. From his founding of the label, record press and venue space, Third Man, to his backing of the unimpeachably cool music and arts magazine Maggot Brain, to his prolific solo output, White his a peerless musical force.

White’s latest full-length, FEAR OF THE DAWN, has sat at the top of the charts since its release in April.

Jack White plays the St. Augustine Amphitheatre on September 19. The show is phone-free and Yondr phone pouches will be distributed to all patrons before they enter the building the night of the show. Tickets go on sale Friday, June 24 at 10am.

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