Legendary hip-hop trio The Fugees has unveiled plans for an international reunion tour to celebrate 25 years since the release of its 1996 critically-acclaimed album The Score.
Kicking off with an intimate pop-up show at an undisclosed New York City venue on September 22, the trio of Lauryn Hill, Wyclef Jean and Pras Michel will embark on a 12-city tour on November 2 with locations including Chicago, Miami and Los Angeles, as well as London, Paris and Ghana.
The Score — which was released on Columbia Records — peaked at the number-one spot on the Billboard 200 shortly after its release, and also became the third best-selling album of 1996.
The trio’s first public performance in 15 years will also take place on September 25 and will be in support of Global Citizen Live, a global broadcast event that will call on world leaders to defend the planet and defeat poverty.
You can see all confirmed tour dates and locations below, tickets for which are set to go on sales from September 24 and will be available from the Live Nation webstore.
Chicago, IL – November 2
Oakland, CA – November 7
Los Angeles, CA – November 12
Atlanta, GA – November 18
Miami, FL – November 21
Newark, NJ – November 26
Washington, DC – November 28
Paris, France – December 4
London, UK – December 6
Nigeria – TBC
Ghana – December 18
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