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Jack White's KC concert: What you need to know about no-phone policy, parking, more

Jack White will be at Providence Medical Center Amphitheater on Tuesday, April 24. Here he is on the opening night of his tour in Detroit.
Jack White will be at Providence Medical Center Amphitheater on Tuesday, April 24. Here he is on the opening night of his tour in Detroit. From Jack White

Jack White is coming to the Providence Medical Center Amphitheater on Tuesday night. It will be White's seventh appearance in this area since 2000, either as a solo artist or as a member of the White Stripes, the Raconteurs or Dead Weather.

When he announced his tour in January, White said all shows would be "phone free," meaning fans would have to leave their phones in their cars or lock them in pouches during the show. Here are the details on that and other things you should know before you head out to Bonner Springs on Tuesday.

Your phones

This is a "phone-free" show. If you want to bring your phone into the amphitheater, you will be required to store it in a locked Yondr pouch that you can keep in your possession during the show. You can unlock and check your phone during the show only by retreating to one of two designated Yondr zones in the concourses.

To expedite the entry process, fans are asked to print out their e-tickets instead of having them scanned on their phones. Also, if you leave your phone in your car, you will expedite your departure.

Parking

Regular: $10

VIP: $20

Attendees are encouraged to park in the paved lot east of the amphitheater. The entrance is at State Avenue and 126th Street. Parking is cash only.

Set times

Mattiel: 7:30 to 8 p.m.

Jack White: 8:30 to 10:30 p.m.

The set list

This will be White's fifth concert in six days. At previous shows in Detroit; Milwaukee; and Grand Rapids, Mich., he played 22 songs each night, drawing from all three solo albums, all six White Stripes albums, the Dead Weather's "Horehound" album and both Raconteurs albums. In Detroit, his hometown, he performed a bit of "Don't Hurt Yourself," his 2016 collaboration with Beyoncé for her "Lemonade" album.

The shows have lasted between 100 and 113 minutes, Detroit's being the longest. The tour continues Monday night in Omaha. On Wednesday it moves to the Chaifetz Arena in St. Louis.

The band

White will be joined on stage by drummer Carla Azar, keyboardists Quincy McCrary and Neal Evans, longtime friend/bassist Dominic Davis and the McCrary Sisters, a background-vocal quartet (and no relation to Quincy McCrary).

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