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Lauryn Hill Announces New 'Moving Target' Tour Dates

March 12, 2011 (5:53 am) GMT
The former member of The Fugees will continue giving her fans intimate experience by visiting small venues across North America in this extended leg of her tour.
Lauryn Hill

has decided to extend her "Moving Target" playdate series with a number of new dates. The former frontwoman of will kick off the second leg next week on March 16 at House of Blues in Orlando, Florida, and wrap it up on May 7 at New Orleans' Jazz and Heritage Festival.

She will hold the concerts only in small venues because she wants to give her fans more intimate experience. She said, "One of the benefits of playing venues smaller than the ones I'm used to allows me the opportunity to not only reconnect with my supporters but to expose them to a portion of the musical journey I've been on which the world for the most part has not had access to."

Lauryn added, "These more intimate playdates afford me the time to perform for listeners who haven't heard from me over the past several years or have been misinformed by the inaccuracies in some media coverage, many of which I might add, I find very amusing."

It's been 13 years since Lauryn Hill dropped her Grammy-winning solo album "". Beside maintaining close contact with her fans by holding intimate concerts, she also made a move to open a Twitter account @MsHillMvngTrgt.

"Moving Target: Extended Intimate Playdate Series" dates:



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