Jack White is on tour now with his new-look live band in support of his most recent release, Boarding House Reach. For a full list of upcoming dates, see below. For more information or to purchase tickets, hit Jack’s website.Jack White Upcoming Tour Dates:June 4: Express Live! Outdoor Amphitheater – Columbus, OH (SOLD OUT)June 6: Jacobs Pavilion at Nautica – Cleveland, OH (SOLD OUT)June 7: Dome Arena – Rochester, NYJune 8: Artpark Mainstage Theater – Lewiston, NY (SOLD OUT)June 9: Budweiser Stage – Toronto, ONJune 23: Arroyo Seco Weekend – Pasadena, CA *June 26: Hammersmith Apollo – London, UK (SOLD OUT)June 27: Hammersmith Apollo – London, UK (SOLD OUT)June 28: Hammersmith Apollo – London, UK (SOLD OUT)June 30: Tinderbox – Odense, DenmarkJuly 2: AFAS Live – Amsterdam, Netherlands (SOLD OUT)July 3: L’Olympia – Paris, France (SOLD OUT)July 4: L’Olympia – Paris, France (SOLD OUT)July 6: Festival Beauregard- Normandy, France *July 7: Rock Werchter – Werchter, BelgiumJuly 8: Les Nuits de Fourviere, Lyon, FranceJuly 12: Cruilla Barcelona – Barcelona, Spain *July 13: Mad Cool Festival – Madrid, Spain *July 14: NOS Alive – Lisbon, Portugal *July 15: Ilosaarirock Festival – Joensuu, Finland *August 5: Lollapalooza – Chicago, IL *August 6: The Armory – Minneapolis, MN (SOLD OUT)August 8: 1st Bank Center – Broomfield, CO (SOLD OUT)August 9: SaltAir – Salt Lake City, UTAugust 11: Veterans Memorial Coliseum – Portland, ORAugust 12: Rogers Arena – Vancouver, BCAugust 13: WAMU Theatre – Seattle, WA (SOLD OUT)August 15: Bill Graham Civic Auditorium – San Francisco, CA (SOLD OUT)August 16: Bill Graham Civic Auditorium – San Francisco, CAAugust 18: Rabobank Theater – Bakersfield, CAAugust 19: Santa Barbara Bowl – Santa Barbara, CA (SOLD OUT)August 21: Viejas Arena – San Diego, CAAugust 22: Comerica Theatre – Phoenix, AZAugust 23: The Chelsea @ The Cosmopolitan – Las Vegas, NV (SOLD OUT)August 24: The Chelsea @ The Cosmopolitan – Las Vegas, NVSeptember 22: Pilgrimage Music & Cultural Festival – Franklin, TN *October 1: Adrenaline Stadium, Moscow, RussiaOctober 3: Palladium Riga, Riga, LatviaOctober 4: Siemens Arena, Vilnius, LithuaniaOctober 6: Gdynia Arena, Gdynia, PolandOctober 7: MTP2, Poznan, PolandOctober 9: Torwar, Warsaw, PolandOctober 10: Tauron Arena Kraków, Kraków, PolandOctober 12: Verti Music Hall, Berlin, GermanyOctober 13: Zenith, Munich, GermanyOctober 14: Warsteiner Music Hall, Dortmund, GermanyOctober 16: Brighton Centre, Brighton, UKOctober 17: Birmingham Academy, Birmingham, UKOctober 18: Hull Venue, Hull, UKOctober 20: Space By Echo Arena, Liverpool, UKOctober 21: Usher Hall, Edinburgh, UK* HEADLINE FESTIVAL PERFORMANCEView All Tour Dates Yesterday, Detroit-native rocker Jack White received the key to the city of Cincinnati, OH from Mayor John Cranley while he was in town to headline the third day of Bunbury Music Festival. The key presentation took place at the former facility of King Records, the landmark Cincinnati record label that operated from 1943 through 1974 and helped launch the careers of numerous artists including, under their Federal Records imprint, James Brown.King Records legends like Otis Williams, Philip Paul, and Bootsy Collins [pictured above] were on hand to help recognize White for performing at the festival as well as for his efforts to honor the King Records legacy. In his presentation, Mayor Cranley [pictured above] highlighted White’s advocacy for music preservation (through his own Third Man Records and beyond) and showed appreciation for his specific support of the Cincinnati record institution.“Jack White has been an unfailing supporter of King Records,” said Mayor John Cranley. “Jack has actually covered Little Willie John‘s song, “I’m Shakin’”, which on the original recording our own Philip Paul played the drums, and he recently wore a King Records shirt in a cover story for Q Magazine.”According to a press release,The City of Cincinnati recently acquired the former King Records studio building, saving it from demolition, and is working with Evanston neighborhood president Ms. Anzora Adkins [pictured above] and the King Records Nonprofit Steering Committee to stabilize and revitalize the building. The group is made up of leaders of the Cincinnati USA Music Heritage Foundation, King Studios and the Bootsy Collins Foundation. Given the tremendous and truly unique music, business and civil rights history which took place at the building, leaders have declared the location sacred.Below, you can see White pictured receiving the key from Mayor Cranley and chatting with Phillip Paul at the presentation ceremony, respectively.