After quickly selling out his first show on May 24 at the Scottish Rite Theater in the Masonic Temple, Jack White has added a second concert -- a 2 p.m. matinee the same day.
Tickets for the show, priced at $48, go on sale at noon on Tuesday, April 24, the same day White's first solo album, "Blunderbuss," is released. Tickets will be available at Street Corner Music, 26020 Greenfield, Oak Park, and at UHF, 512 S. Washington Ave., Royal Oak. There will be at two-ticket limit per person, and fans won't be able to line up before 8 a.m.
Pop Goes Duane will open the afternoon show, while Alabama Shakes are playing in the evening.
Detroit-born White, real name John Gillis, played with Goober & the Peas, Two-Star Tabernacle and the Go before founding the White Stripes in 1997. He now lives in Nashville where he operates Third Man Records and is in the bands the Raconteurs and the Dead Weather.
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