Jack White plays final acoustic gig in North Dakota ahead of indefinite hiatus

Fan footage from the TIDAL-covered show emerges online

Jack White played the final date of his all-acoustic tour on Sunday evening, performing a $3 show at the Fargo Theatre, Fargo, North Dakota. White’s brief tour was his final public concert for an indefinite period, with the former White Stripe announcing recently that he will take a hiatus for the foreseeable future.

The concert was streamed exclusively on TIDAL - which White is a co-owner of - though the exclusivity of the event didn’t prevented fan footage appearing online. For his final show, White treated the crowd to tracks from his latest album ‘Lazaretto’, as well as songs from The White Stripes and The Raconteurs catalogue. There was also a rendition of Lead Belly’s ‘Goodnight, Irene’, serving as White’s closer. Jack White played the following:

‘Just One Drink’
‘Temporary Ground’
‘Hotel Yorba’
‘Alone In My Home’
‘Love Interruption’
‘Inaccessible Mystery’
‘We’re Going To Be Friends’
‘A Martyr For My Love For You’
‘Carolina Drama’

‘The Same Boy You’ve Always Known’
‘You’ve Got Her In Your Pocket’
‘Goodnight, Irene’

Watch the performance from The Fargo Theatre below.

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