Lauryn Hill put on a stellar show at during the Pitchfork Music Festival, but it seems that will be the last time for a while that fans will get to see the Fugee legend on stage.
According to published reports, L-Boogie has canceled several of her upcoming shows including two in North Carolina and two in Florida due to “unforeseen production issues.”
Creative Loafing reports that Hill was supposed to perform Wednesday (Jul 25) in Charlotte; Thursday(Jul 26) in Raleigh; Sunday(Jul 29) in St. Petersburg and Thursday (Aug 2) in Jacksonville. Although the aforementioned has yet to be rescheduled, the Miami performance originally set for July 31 has since been rescheduled to October 15.
“All tickets purchased will be refunded at point of purchase,” Live Nation said via Facebook. “Tickets purchased online or by phone will be automatically refunded.”
The tour was in celebration of the 20th anniversary for Hill’s iconic solo debut, The Miseducation of Lauryn Hill, and was set to feature guest performers Big Boi, Dave East, and Bambaata Marley.
This isn’t the first time as of late that the legend has upset fans, prior to her Pitchfork Music Festival performance, she performed in Toronto where she angered fans for arriving over an hour late to show.
Further angering fans, after showing up to the show late, Hill was reportedly supposed to perform a two-hour set but instead gave fans a 45-minute concert rushing through 10 tracks before concluding her concert with a cover of Drake‘s “Nice For What,” which samples her song “Ex-Factor.”