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Tour Alert: Jack White Extends His Solo Dates

Plus new dates for Feist, Norah Jones, Lana Del Rey, Ben Harper and Gogol Bordello

Jack White performs on 'Saturday Night Live.'
Dana Edelson/NBC
March 20, 2012 4:20 PM ET

Jack White
In anticipation of his first solo album, Blunderbuss – out April 24th – former White Stripes frontman Jack White has announced a handful of American headlining dates for the month of May. These shows come as an addition to his list of appearances at several major festivals, including the Fuji Rock Festival in Japan.

5/15 Nashville, TN - Ryman Auditorium
5/16 Nashville, TN - Ryman Auditorium
5/18-20 Gulf Shores, AL - The Hangout Music Fest
5/19 Asheville, NC - The Orange Peel
5/21 New York, NY - Roseland Ballroom
5/22 New York, NY - Roseland Ballroom
5/24 Detroit, MI - Scottish Rite Theater
5/26 Quincy, WA - Sasquatch Music Festival
5/28 Eugene, OR - Hult Center for the Performing Arts (Silva Concert Hall)
5/30 Los Angeles, CA - The Wiltern
5/31 Los Angeles, CA - The Wiltern

Feist
Feist has announced a set of spring and summer dates in celebration of her 2011 album, Metals. The tour includes appearances at such major festivals as Coachella, the Pitchfork Music Festival and the New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival.

4/14 Indio, CA - Coachella
4/21 Indio, CA - Coachella
4/22 Phoenix, AZ - Orpheum Theatre*
4/23 Tucson - TCC Arena #
4/25 Marfa, TX - Crowley Theatre*
4/26 Austin, TX - Stubb's: Outdoors*
4/28 New Orleans, LA - New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival
4/30 Indianapolis, IN - Egyptian Room @ Old National Centre*
5/1 Nashville, TN - The Ryman Auditorium*
5/2 Asheville, NC - Thomas Wolfe Auditorium*
5/3 Raleigh, NC - Memorial Auditorium @ Progress Energy Center for the Performing Arts*
5/5 New York, NY - Radio City Music Hall*                         
5/7 Boston, MA - House Of Blues*
5/8 Philadelphia, PA - Academy Of Music*
5/9 Washington, DC - The Strathmore*
5/11 Burlington, VT - The Flynn Theater*
5/28 George, WA - Sasquatch
5/29 Boise, ID - Idaho Botanical Garden
5/31 Morrison, CO - Red Rocks #
6/2 Minneapolis, MN - Zoo Amphitheater %
6/3 Madison, WI - Orpheum %
6/5 Ann Arbor, MI - Ann Arbor Summer Festival %
6/6 Columbus, OH - Wexner Center %
6/8 Manchester, TN - Bonnaroo
7/13 Chicago, IL - Pitchfork Festival
7/14 Pittsburgh, PA - Stage AE
# with Bon Iver
* with Timber Timbre
% with The Low Anthem

Norah Jones
Following her recent performance at South by Southwest, Norah Jones has announced several summer tour dates. The trek is in anticipation of her forthcoming album, Little Broken Hearts, and it kicks off in June.

6/20 Indianapolis, IN - Murat Theater
6/22 Memphis, TN - Mud Island Amphitheater
6/23 Atlanta, GA - Fox Theater
6/24 Nashville, TN - Ryman Auditorium
6/27 Vienna, VA - Wolf Trap
6/28 Philadelphia, PA - Mann Center
6/29 Rochester, NY - Kodak Hall
7/1 Boston, MA - Bank of America Pavilion
7/2 Wallingford, CT - Oakdale Theatre
7/3 New York, NY - Central Park SummerStage
8/7 Santa Barbara, CA - Santa Barbara Bowl
8/8 San Diego, CA - Copley Symphony Hall
8/10 Los Angeles, CA - Hollywood Bowl
8/12 Lake Tahoe, NV - Harvey's Outdoor Arena
8/15 Bend, OR - Les Schwab Amphitheater
8/17 Portland, OR - Edgefield Winery
8/18 Seattle, WA - Marymoor Amphitheater
8/21 Salt Lake City, UT - Red Butte Garden
8/23 Denver, CO - Red Rocks

Lana Del Rey
Lana Del Rey has announced six U.S. tour dates in June: three in Los Angeles and three in New York. The announcement comes following the release of her "Blue Jeans" video yesterday, and in anticipation of her performance on American Idol on Thursday. After these gigs, she will perform a few shows in Europe.

6/3-5 Los Angeles, CA - El Rey Theatre
6/7-10 New York, NY - Irving Plaza

Ben Harper
Ben Harper has announced dates for his first-ever acoustic tour, in celebration of his 10th studio album, Give Till It's Gone. The tour will kick off at the end of June in Santa Barbara, California, and end in October in New York.

6/30 Santa Barbara, CA - Santa Barbara Bowl
7/1 Hollywood, CA - Hollywood Bowl
7/5 Troutdale, OR - Edgefield
7/5-8 Quincy, CA - High Sierra Music Festival
9/4 Vienna, VA - The Filene Center at Wolf Trap
9/26 Ann Arbor, MI - Michigan Theater
9/27 Chicago, IL - Cadillac Palace
10/2 Burlington, VT - Flynn Theatre
10/3 Philadelphia, PA - Merriam Theatre
10/5 Boston, MA - Opera House
10/6 Portland, ME - State Theatre
10/7 Northampton, MA - Calvin Theatre
10/10 New York, NY - Carnegie Hall

Gogol Bordello
Gogol Bordello has announced a string of U.S. headlining dates beginning in May in Gulf Shores, Alabama, and ending in June in Montclair, New Jersey. These shows come in between a set of South American dates in spring and some European dates towards the end of the summer.

5/18-20 Gulf Shores, AL - The Hangout                           
5/20 Atlanta, GA - Variety Playhouse
5/21 Charlotte, NC - The Fillmore
5/22 Pittsburgh, PA - Stage AE
5/23 Columbus, OH - LC Pavilion
5/25-27 Chillicothe, IL - Summer Camp            
5/26 Detroit, MI - The Fillmore
5/31 Portland, ME - State Theatre               
6/1 Boston, MA - Bank of America Pavilion         
6/2 Montclair, NJ - Wellmont Theater

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