2022 is going to be a great year for Jack White. The prolific guitarist announced 2 new albums and just released new tour dates. In October, Jack White released the track "Taking Me Back" for the game "Call of Duty: Vanguard," his first solo single since 2018. The song left fans salivating at the thought that White could have more music in store for them and thankfully he does.

In November Jack White announced that he has a doubleheader of new music on the horizon. White's fourth studio album "Fear of the Dawn" will be released on April 8th and a few months later on July 22nd, he will release "Enter Heaven Alive," his fifth studio album. The same day White made the album announcements he also dropped the music video for his single "Taking Me Back."

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Now almost exactly one month later there's more exciting news from Jack White- the guitarist has announced a tour and there's a tour stop right here in the Sun City. Jack White will be performing in El Paso on Friday, May 27th at the El Paso County Coliseum. There will be various pre-sales available for the show:

  • VAULT Presale:                                                   Mon 12/13 @ 10 am Local
  • CITI Presale:                                                       Tues 12/14 @ 10 am Local
  • Live Nation Presale:                                            Thurs 12/16 @ 10 am local
  • Artist Presale:                                                      Thurs 12/16 @10 am local
  • Spotify Fans First Presale:                                  Thurs 12/16 @ 10 am local
  • Ticketmaster Presale:                                          Thurs 12/16 @ 10 am local
  • Local / Venue Presale:                                         Thurs 12/16 @ 10 am local

Tickets will go onsale to the public on Friday, December 17th at 10 a.m. local time. To find out more information about Jack White and his new music, please visit the Jack White website.

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