Britnee Liehr drove three hours from Mt. Sterling, Illinois to show off her Third Man Records tattoo - and enjoy the rock show, of course.
Due to severe weather, lines outside the sold-out Pageant were quick to get inside.
Third Man Records, Jack White's label, had 45's ready for purchase.
Michael and April from Lebanon, Illinois. In addition to being fans of The Dead Weather, they're members of Third Man Records' exclusive Vault club.
This group of fans referred to themselves as "Your Mother," and were in town from mid-state Illinois near Bloomington.
Dead Weather 45's were in hot demand, including new single "Die by the Drop."
Suite 100 was full of merch from both bands, ranging from shirts to good old-fashioned vinyl.
Kacey brought her parents Kevin and Lola with her to the show from Pekin, Illinois.
A group of Dead Weather fans that referred to themselves as "Ray Charles' Journey-Men-and-a-Woman."
John Spooner and Misty Divin drove four hours to get in their Jack White worship -- from the front row, no less.