Nas And Lauryn Hill Declares American Tour

By: Melgie Claire

Lauryn Hill by Brennan Schnell

Nas and Lauryn Hill declared a joint tour on Tuesday scheduled for this fall. The tour commences September 7th in Chicago, jumbling the nation before wrapping up in Vancouver on October 11th. Roots reggae artist Chronixx will fill in as the opener for 11 shows, with comedian Hannibal Buress warming up the crowd at the other six shows. The declaration comes after Nas as of late celebrated the Fugees front woman’s birthday together a week ago (May 26). “Singing Happy Birthday Stevie Wonder flair to my spirit sister Ms. Lauryn Hill blessings and endowments love. Free the Big Bro Lord,” Nas subtitled his post.

Nas and Hill broadly teamed up on the hit “If I Ruled the World (Imagine That)” in 1996. They likewise set out on a comparative tour together in 2012, playing 10 dates after Nas discharged his “Life Is Good” collection. “This is history,” the rapper said in regards to the joint tour in an announcement at the time. “Better late than never. Life is good!”

Nas has not released another album since that year. Be that as it may, he’s been productive over the most recent 15 years contrasted with Hill, who has not put out an LP since her MTV Unplugged recording in 2002. Most as of late, Nas contributed raps to Baz Luhrmann’s simply crossed out Netflix arrangement “The Get Down”.

Tickets for Nas and Hill’s tour go at a bargain to the overall population on Friday, June 2nd at 10 a.m. local time on Live Nation. Be that as it may, Citi cardmembers will have entree to buy pre-sale tickets on Wednesday, May 31 at 10 a.m. local time till Thursday, June 1st at 10:00 p.m. courtesy of Citi’s Private Pass program. Tidal subscribers can likewise cop tickets ahead of schedule with an exceptional pre-sale beginning on Thursday, June 1st at 10 a.m.

Nas and Lauryn Hill Tour Dates

September 7 – Chicago, Illinois at Huntington Bank Pavilion at Northerly Island
September 8 – Sterling Heights, Michigan at Michigan Lottery Amphitheatre
September 10 – Toronto, Ontario at Budweiser Stage
September 12 – Boston, Massachusetts at Blue Hills Bank Pavilion
September 14 – Camden, New Jersey at BB&T Pavilion
September 15 – Bristow, Virginia at Jiffy Lube Live
September 20 – Raleigh, North Carolina at Red Hat Amphitheater
September 22 – Miami, Florida at Bayfront Park Amphitheater
September 23 – Jacksonville, Florida at Daily’s Place
September 27 – Houston, Texas at Smart Financial Centre at Sugar Land
September 28 – Dallas, Texas at The Pavilion at Irving Music Factory
September 30 – Austin, Texas at Austin360 Amphitheater
October 3 – San Diego, California at Cal Coast Credit Union Open Air Theatre
October 5 – Los Angeles, California at Hollywood Bowl
October 7 – Mountain View, California at Shoreline Amphitheatre
October 10 – Seattle, Washington at WaMu Theater
October 11 – Vancouver, British Columbia at Pacific Coliseum