Watch "Death Letter" From The White Stripes' "Northern Lights"

March 3, 2010 4:55 PM ET

The White Stripes' concert film Under Great White Northern Lights is currently blowing out speakers in cinemas all over this country and Canada, and Rolling Stone has another taste of the pandemonium that's in store for lucky filmgoers with a screenings in their 'hoods. Watch Jack White absolutely thrash his guitar during a cover of Son House's "Death Letter," just one of nearly 30 tracks that will feature in the White Stripes' doc about their odd 2007 tour of Canada, a trek that featured impromptu performances on fishing boats, public buses and elementary school classrooms.

Relive the tour with our White Stripes' Canadian Adventure photo gallery.

In addition to the theatrical dates below, the White Stripes are also inviting their fans to host their own screenings on March 16th, which the band has dubbed "White Stripes Day." People who apply to host a screening will receive a kit featuring a DVD of UGWNL, popcorn and, of course, peppermint swirl candy. So far, screenings range from 400-seat theaters to private living room settings. If you want to host your own White Stripes party or watch the film's trailer, head over to the official site (applications are due by March 10th). Otherwise, see Under Great White North Lights on the big screen at one of the fine movie houses below and enter to win a copy of the Stripes' box set.

March 3rd
MINNEAPOLIS – Sound Unseen @ 6:00pm, 7:45pm and 9:45pm
TORONTO, Ontario – The Royal Theatre @ 9:00pm
March 4th
PORTLAND – Mcmenamin's Bagdad Theater @ 7:00pm
TORONTO, Ontario – The Royal Theatre @ 7:00pm
SYDNEY, NOVA SCOTIA -- Cape Breton Island Film Series and East Coast Music Awards at Empire Theatre @ 9:30 pm
March 8th
PHILADELPHIA – Trocadero Theatre @ 6:45pm
CHICAGO – The Music Box @ 7:30pm
March 9th
LOS ANGELES – The Egyptian Theater @ 8:00pm
March 10th
NEW YORK CITY – IFC Center @ 8:00pm
ATLANTA – The Plaza Theatre @ 7:30pm
OTTAWA, ONTARIO - Mayfair Theatre @ 9pm
March 11th
SAN FRANCISCO – Variety Screening Room @ 6:30pm
NEW YORK CITY – IFC Center @ 7:00pm and 9:00pm
DETROIT – Burton Theater @ 9:00pm
OTTAWA, ONTARIO - Mayfair Theatre @ 9pm
March 12th
WASHINGTON DC – AFI Silver Theatre & Cultural Center @ 9:30pm
AUSTIN – SXSW Film Festival Premiere, Paramount Theater @ 10:00pm
EDMONTON, Alberta – Metro Cinema in the Citadel Theatre @ 9:00pm
March 13th
SALT LAKE CITY – Tower Theater @ 7:00pm
BOSTON – Brattle Theater @ 9:45pm
EDMONTON, Alberta – Metro Cinema in the Citadel Theatre @ 9:30pm
KANSAS CITY – Screenland Armour @ 7 and 9pm
March 14th
EDMONTON, Alberta – Metro Cinema in the Citadel Theatre @ 9:00pm
SASKATOON, Saskatchewan – Broadway Cinema @ 7:00pm
March 15th
SAN FRANCISCO – Roxie Theater @ 9:45pm

Related Stories:
Watch the White Stripes' "Dead Leaves and Dirty Ground" From "Under Nova Scotian Lights"
Jack White on the Stripes' Rise, Industry's Fall and His Next Move
The White Stripes Turning Tour Doc Into Limited Edition Box Set

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