Debonair Detroit alt-rocker Jack White closed out the Coachella festivities with an epic two-hour long set of career-defining proportions!

His Coachella debut as a solo artist saw the experimental singer-songwriter bust out a twenty-set extravaganza of material from his days with The White Stripes, The Raconteurs and as a solo artist.

Performing blistering live renditions of his Lazaretto hits ‘Lazaretto‘ and ‘That Black Bat Licorice‘, the 39 year-old preached “music is sacred!” in-between mammoth guitar shreds and polished band backing.

He was joined by two Celtic-esque violinists, who danced around the shocker blue-lit stage to a rapturous crowd applause.

White added a monster five-song encore to his set, which saw him whip out an short but punchy cover of the Rage Against The Machine hit ‘Testify’, before launching into the chart-incinerating Stripes’ hit, ‘Seven Nation Army‘ as the night’s closer.

Check out the videos below…

‘Lazaretto’:

‘That Black Bat Licorice’:

‘Hello Operator’:

White has also announced that he will be taking a break from performing live for a long period of time and will embark on a short acoustic tour of the only five states left in the U.S. that he has yet to play.

The upcoming shows will be announced the day of the performance and admission price will be $3!!

Jack White – Coachella 2015 Setlist:

‘Icky Thump’ (The White Stripes song)
‘High Ball Stepper’
‘Lazaretto’
‘Hotel Yorba’ (The White Stripes song)
‘Temporary Ground’
‘Dead Leaves and the Dirty Ground’ (The White Stripes song)
‘Cannon’ (The White Stripes song)
‘Just One Drink’
‘Love Interruption’
‘We’re Going to Be Friends’ (The White Stripes song)
‘I’ve Been Loving You Too Long’ (Otis Redding cover)
‘Weep Themselves to Sleep’
‘Hello Operator’ (The White Stripes song)
‘Steady, As She Goes’ (The Raconteurs song)
‘I’m Slowly Turning Into You’ (The White Stripes song)

Encore:
‘Ball and Biscuit’ (The White Stripes song)
‘Sixteen Saltines’
‘That Black Bat Licorice’
‘Would You Fight for My Love?’
‘Testify’ (Rage Against The Machine: intro)
‘Seven Nation Army’ (The White Stripes song)