Ms. Lauryn Hill announces new UK dates on ‘The Miseducation of Lauryn Hill’ tour

The artist is celebrating the twentieth anniversary of the iconic album with a world tour this year

Ms. Lauryn Hill has announced the European leg of her special ‘The Miseducation of Lauryn Hill’ tour, which includes a new set of UK and Ireland dates.

Hill is celebrating the twentieth anniversary of her iconic debut solo album in 2018 with a world tour, having announced North American tour dates last month.

The artist will bring her show – which will see a full performance of ‘Miseducation…’ – to Europe later this year for a set of dates, which visits the UK and Ireland on a number of stops.


Hill will kick off the UK and Irish leg of her tour in Glasgow, playing at the SSE Hydro on November 23. She’ll also play in Manchester, Birmingham and Dublin before wrapping up the jaunt in London at The O2 on December 3.

The tickets for the newly-announced dates will go on sale on Friday (May 25) from here – see Hill’s full UK and European itinerary below.

15 – Spektrum, Oslo, Norway
18 – Forest National, Brussels, Belgium
20 – AccorHotels Arena, Paris, France
23 – SSE Hydro Glasgow, UK
26 – Manchester Arena, Manchester, UK
27 – Birmingham Arena Birmingham, UK
30 – 3Arena, Dublin, Ireland

3 – The O2 Arena, London
5 – Rockhal, Luxembourg
6 – AFAS LIVE Amsterdam, Holland
8 – Forum Black BoxCopenhagen, Denmark
10 – Hovet, Stockholm, Sweden


Last month, Hill was one of a number of guest artists to join DJ Snake on stage during his Coachella performance.


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