ANXIETY CANCELS WHITE STRIPES TOUR

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Following on the heels of yesterday's cancellation of their weekend gigs in Austin, the White Stripes announced today that they are canceling their entire forthcoming Icky Thump tour, again citing health issues. According to a press release, Meg White is suffering from acute anxiety and is unable to travel at this time. The White Stripes sincerely apologize to their fans. "We hate to let people down and are very sorry."

The canceled dates include:

9/13/07  Albuquerque, NM @ Kiva Auditorium

9/15/07  Austin, TX @ Austin City Limits Festival

9/16/07  Austin, TX @ Stubbs Bar-B-Q

9/18/07  San Diego, CA @ Coors Amphitheatre

9/19/07  Inglewood, CA @ The Forum

9/21/07  Berkeley, CA @ Greek Theatre

9/24/07  Anchorage, AK @ George M. Sullivan Sports Arena

9/26/07  Seattle, WA @ Paramount Ballroom

9/27/07  Seattle, WA @ Paramount Ballroom

9/28/07  Boise, ID @ Idaho Center Theater

9/29/07  Salt Lake City, UT @ The E Center

9/30/07  Jackson Hole, WY @ Snowking Center

10/2/07  Rapid City, SC @ Rushmore Plaza Civic Center

10/3/07  Fargo, ND @ Fargo Civic Auditorium

10/4/07  Lincoln, NE @ Pershing Center Auditorium

10/6/07  Chicago, IL @ Aragon Ballroom

10/7/07  Chicago, IL @ Aragon Ballroom

10/10/07 Honolulu, HI @ Neal S. Blaisdell Center

Fans can obtain refunds for their tickets at point of purchase.

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