November 10, 2005 11:40

The Fugees reschedule London show

The trio make fans wait a little while longer for their second coming

The Fugees reschedule London show
The Fugees have been forced to reschedule one of their forthcoming shows in London.

The trio, who are said to be working on the follow up to their 1996 debut 'The Score', have had to push their Hammersmith show on November 25 forward to December 15 due to production issues.

Tickets issued for the gig remain valid for the new date.

The revised dates are:

Manchester Evening News Arena (December 13)
London Hammersmith Apollo (14/15)

Michel, Wyclef Jean and Lauryn Hill went their separate ways, and recorded successful solo albums following the success of their debut album.

But the band reformed for a gig in Brooklyn last September and Michel said they were working on a new album.

For ticket availability, go to NME Tickets or call them on 0870 1 663 663.

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