Ready or not, here Lauryn Hill comes.
Hip-Hopâ€™s most elusive star is returning to the spotlight. Lauryn Hill just announced sheâ€™s embarking on â€˜The Miseducation of Lauryn Hill 25th Anniversary Tourâ€™ this fall. That includes stops at New York Cityâ€™s Global Citizen Festival on Saturday, Sept. 23, Newark, NJâ€™s Prudential Center on Tuesday, Oct. 17 and Brooklynâ€™s Barclays Center on Thursday, Oct. 19. Hill isnâ€™t going it alone either. The five-time Grammy winner will be bringing her group Fugees to open all U.S. dates on the run from September through November. No word on whether or not theyâ€™ll be performing with her at the Global Citizen Festival . Want to hear â€œEverything Is Everything,â€ â€œDoo Wop (That Thing),â€ â€œI Used To Love Himâ€ and so many more timeless classics live? You can grab tickets for the highly-anticipated anniversary tour as soon as today. Although inventory isnâ€™t available on Ticketmaster until Friday, Aug. 25, fans who want to ensure they have tickets ahead of time can purchase on sites like Vivid Seats before tickets are officially on sale. Vivid Seats is a secondary market ticketing platform, and prices may be higher or lower than face value, depending on demand. They have a 100% buyer guarantee that states your transaction will be safe and secure and will be delivered before the event. A complete calendar including all tour dates, venues and links to buy tickets can be found here: On Saturday, Sept. 23, Central Park will be the epicenter of the music world when the Global Citizen Festival drops into midtown Manhattan. Hill is set to headline along with major stars like Red Hot Chili Peppers , Megan Thee Stallion , Stray Kids and Conan Gray. If you need tickets to the one-day extravaganza, you can scoop them up here . Wondering what Hill will play live? While we canâ€™t guarantee anything â€” although itâ€™s likely sheâ€™ll perform at least a few tracks from â€œThe Miseducation of Lauryn Hillâ€ â€” hereâ€™s an educated guess based on what she played at a recent show: 01.) â€œEverything Is Everythingâ€ 02.) â€œSuperstarâ€ 03.) â€œWhen It Hurts So Badâ€ 04.) â€œFinal Hourâ€ 05.) â€œLost Onesâ€ 06.) â€œEvery Ghetto, Every Cityâ€ 07.) â€œEx-Factorâ€ 08.) â€œTo Zionâ€ 09.) â€œNothing Even Mattersâ€ 10.) â€œForgive Them Fatherâ€ 11.) â€œCanâ€™t Take My Eyes Off Youâ€ (Frankie Valli cover) 12.) â€œI Used to Love Himâ€ 13.) â€œTell Himâ€ 14.) â€œThe Miseducation of Lauryn Hillâ€ 15.) â€œDoo Wop (That Thing)â€ The above set list comes courtesy of Set List FM . At all U.S. concerts, Wyclef Jean and Pras Michel will co-headline with Hill. According to Variety , itâ€™s likely they wonâ€™t be touring internationally â€œpresumably because of member Pras Michelâ€™s legal challenges stemming from his recent conviction on international conspiracy charges.â€ In September 2021, the South Orange, NJ natives announced a 25th anniversary tour celebrating their album â€œThe Scoreâ€ but canceled a few months later due to COVID concerns. Hill isnâ€™t the only iconic act back on the road this year. Here are just five of our favorite rappers from yesteryear performing live these next few months. â€¢ 50 Cent with Busta Rhymes â€¢ Snoop Dogg with Wiz Khalifa â€¢ Nelly â€¢ Ice Cube â€¢ Wu-Tang Clan with Nas Plus, on Sept. 15, Mariah Carey, Mary J. Blige and Wu-Tang Clan will headline at NYCâ€™s Madison Square Garden. Get tickets here . Read more