The Fugees are one of the most iconic hip-hop groups of all-time, as they announced their “The Score” 25th anniversary tour, last month. On September 22, Fugees kicked off the tour in NYC, their hometown. That was at a Global Citizen event, in Central Park.
Unfortunately, the rest of the tour isn’t happening. Fugees took to social media, on Friday, to reveal that this tour has officially been postponed. They cited how they want every city on the dates to be “fully open,” referring to COVID-19 mandates.
“Dates for our upcoming Fugees 25th Anniversary Tour are moving to early 2022 to ensure the best chance that all cities on the tour are fully open so we can perform for as many fans as possible. With so much excitement around the reunion tour, we are also happy to announce that we will be adding more cities and dates!”
The Score 25th Anniversary Tour was initially supposed to last until December 18, as that was supposed to be held in Ghana. The next show would’ve taken place on November 2, in Chicago.
The Score was The Fugees’ second and final studio album, which released back in February 1996. It was number one on the Billboard 200 chart, and is 7x platinum in the US. It was led by hit singles such as “Ready Or Not” and “Killing Me Softly.”
Check out The Fugees announcing the postponement of The Score 25th Anniversary Tour, below.