Ms. Lauryn Hill & The Fugees Expand North American Tour Dates Due To Demand


Ms. Lauryn Hill is celebrating 25 years of The Miseducation of Lauryn Hill, and the singer has expanded tour dates after selling out numerous dates. Now, fans can see Ms. Lauryn Hill and the Fugees in Vancouver, San Francisco, Detroit, Atlanta, Nashville, Miami and more.

The newly added dates kick up where the last shows left off, starting on Nov. 12 at Rogers Arena in Vancouver. The Fugees will also appear on all the newly announced shows.

“I’ve almost felt compelled to carry a torch or to keep a light shining regarding the continual performance of the Miseducation album,” Hill said in a statement. “I believe there’s been a reason for that — and the Fugees coming back together for the performances too feels like unfinished business we’re destined to handle. The connections are real and uncanny, and the magic and synergy between us has not been deterred by time. I believe the messages that we and the art we made embody something moving, meaningful and important for us and for the world. We gave voice and image to possibilities that emblazoned so many musical directions after us. As we were inspired, we also inspired countless artists who have shown up to express themselves in this musical space. Both the Miseducation album and the Fugees’ material challenged and expanded convention, by paying homage to the past, while richly embracing the present, and emblazoning the trail for the future. We represent not just ourselves but our influences and our peers who took art, culture and inspiration very seriously — who reshaped the landscape for ourselves and for those who would follow after us. I’m grateful to be able to celebrate this classic material and represent it to an audience this time.”

So far, shows in Brooklyn, New York, Washington, D.C., Chicago, Los Angeles, Oakland, California, and Seattle have all sold out.

“I can’t wait to hit that stage with my bandmates,” Wyclef Jean said in a statement. “No one will wanna miss this. It’s what I call lightning in a bottle.”

Ms. Lauryn Hill’s last reported tour dates took place during February 2020, where she grossed $99,855 for her show at The VETS in Providence, Rhode Island on Feb. 18, and $116,361 for her performance at The Capitol Theatre in Port Chester, New York, on Feb. 20. She performed a handful of other dates ahead of the start of the pandemic. Earlier this year, Ms. Lauryn Hill took part of “Strength of a Woman” in Atlanta.

“Reuniting with Ms. Lauryn Hill and Wyclef Jean for the ‘Miseducation Tour’ is a full circle moment,” Pras said in a statement. “Lauryn’s profound lyricism and mastery of hip hop, reggae and soul created an undeniable masterpiece with The Miseducation of Lauryn Hill. Combined with our groundbreaking album The Score, this body of work shaped the soundtrack of a generation. It represented a renaissance of culture, politics and spirituality in hip hop. I’m honored to reunite on stage and pay tribute to Lauryn’s immense talent and timeless music. I look forward to celebrating with fans worldwide who have supported us for over 25 years. This tour is about the power of music to leave an indelible impact.”

Tickets for the new dates go on sale starting Oct. 6 at 10 a.m. local time. Ms. Lauryn Hill is represented by Jeremy Holgersen at Independent Artist Group for all North American bookings, and Jules de Lattre at United Talent Agency for worldwide bookings, excluding North America. She’s managed by LH Productions.

“The Miseducation Of Lauryn Hill” expanded tour dates
11/12 — Rogers Arena — Vancouver, BC
11/17 — Chase Center — San Francisco, CA
11/21 — Little Caesars Arena — Detroit, MI
11/25 — Enterprise Center — St. Louis, MO
11/27 — State Farm Arena — Atlanta, GA
11/29 — Bridgestone Arena — Nashville, TN
12/01 — Spectrum Arena — Charlotte, NC
12/08 — Amalie Arena — Tampa, FL
12/10 — Kaseya Center — Miami, FL
12/13 — TD Garden — Boston, MA