The black keys know you have concerns about their upcoming Dropout Boogie tour.

So, to answer your fears, the group has made a trio of satirical local news videos addressing “why they go on the road” that will put an end to all your problems.

One of the reasons is “that they need to retrieve a shirt that was forgotten in 2019”, but the most important is that the two-man group is ready to go again.

The Black Keys will be joined by a special guest herd of horses at all the concerts of the Dropout Boogie Tour, as well as at the first parts Ceramic animals, First James and Velvets on certain dates.

Two of these shows will take place in New Jersey. The first will take place at PNC Bank Arts Center in Holmdel on July 23 followed a week later by a concert at Camden Waterfront Music Pavilion on July 30.

If you want to jump in, drop out, and boogie, here’s everything you need to know.

Where can I buy tickets to see The Black Keys?

Tickets to watch the five-time Grammy-winning garage rockers’ tour are officially available on all major platforms.

We recommend that you browse the sites likes StubHub, lively seats, ticket master, SeatGeek and Select a ticket to find the seats that are right for you.

Where are the Black Keys touring?

The 32-show multi-band tour kicks off in Las Vegas on July 9 then jet-setters all over the country with stops in Chicago, Tampa and two in New Jersey before closing shop in Dallas on October 18.

Since they have so many concerts, we’ve listed them all here with dates, venues and links to buy tickets.

Who are the first parts of the tour?

Here’s a bit more about each opening act and their most streamed track:

Herd of horses: Set to release their first new album “Things Are Great” in five years, this Southern rock-influenced indie band are known for their slow build anthem “Funerals.”

Ceramic animal: Black Keys frontman Dan Auerbach produced the tight and soaring band’s next album, “Sweet Unknown.” Discover the kaleidoscopic “Dreams Via Memories” to get an idea of ​​their sound.

First James: James is also a member of Auerbach’s label and leans a little more towards country and blues rock. His most popular track is the roots-y, raspy “The blue pill blues.”

Velvets: This slinky, female-led threesome will also open for Greta Van Fleet in the spring ahead of the Dropout Boogie Tour. Listen to their hard rock sound through the epic banger “Charmer and the Serpent.”

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Matt Levy covers the entertainment industry live, writing about upcoming concerts, festivals, shows and events. He can be reached at [email protected].