Wow, they are even playing Saskatchewan!!

White Stripes return to the road with an ‘Icky Thump’
The White Stripes are set to embark on a world tour this summer to support their upcoming album, “Icky Thump.”
Following a two-week stint in Europe beginning June 1, the garage-rock duo will kick off North American dates June 17 at Manchester, TN’s Bonnaroo Festival. The outing includes shows in all 10 Canadian provinces, as well as the Yukon, Nunavut and Northwest territories.
“Having never done a full tour of Canada, [drummer] Meg [White] and I thought it was high time to go whole hog,” frontman Jack White said in a statement, adding that the July 14 concert in Glace Bay, Nova Scotia, will fall on The White Stripes’ 10th anniversary.
Following the Canadian run, the Whites will return to the US for performances in 16 Eastern states that they have yet to visit in their career, plus a few other markets including New York City and Boston, according to the band’s website. Confirmed North American dates are listed below. More are expected soon. Euro gigs can be found at the duo’s website.
To help celebrate The White Stripes’ 10th year, the band has teamed with British music mag NME to distribute a limited-edition, red vinyl, seven-inch single of the track “Rag and Bone” from the “Icky Thump” album, which will be released June 19 in the US. The special NME issue, which hits the streets June 6, will mark the first time in more than a decade that a vinyl record has been given away with a magazine, according to The White Stripes’ website.
Less than a week later, the band will release the album’s first radio single, the title track, on white vinyl. In the meantime, the song “Icky Thump” is available exclusively online at iTunes starting today (4/26).
The new set is The White Stripes’ sixth studio effort following 2005’s “Get Behind Me Satan,” which scored a Grammy for Best Alternative Music Album.
June 2007
17 – Manchester, TN – Bonnaroo Festival
24 – Burnaby, British Columbia – Deer Lake Park
25 – Whitehorse, Yukon – Yukon Arts Centre
26 – Yellowknife, Northwest Territories – Shorty Brown Multiplex Arena
27 – Iqaluit, Nunavut – Arctic Winter Games Arena
29 – Calgary, Alberta – Pengrowth Saddledome
30 – Edmonton, Alberta – Shaw Convention Center
July 2007
1 – Saskatoon, Saskatchewan – TCU Place
2 – Winnipeg, Manitoba – MTS Centre
3 – Thunder Bay, Ontario – Community Auditorium
5 – Toronto, Ontario – Molson Amphitheatre
6 – Montreal, Quebec – Bell Centre
7 – London, Ontario – John Labatt Centre
8 – Ottawa, Ontario – LeBreton Flats Park (Ottawa Bluesfest)
10 – Moncton, New Brunswick – Moncton Coliseum Arena
11 – Charlottetown, Price Edward Island – Charlottetown Civic Centre
13 – Halifax, Nova Scotia – Cunard Centre
14 – Glace Bay, Nova Scotia – Savoy Theatre
16 – St. John’s, Newfoundland – Mile One Center
22 – Portland, ME – Cumberland Civic Center
23 – Boston, MA – Agganis Arena
24 – New York, NY – Madison Square Garden
25 – Wallingford, CT – Chevrolet Theater
27 – Wilmington, DE – Grand Opera House
28 – Fairfax, VA – Patriot Center
29 – North Myrtle Beach, SC – House of Blues
30 – Birmingham, AL – Sloss Furnace
31 – Southaven, MS – Snowden Grove Park Amphitheater