Fugees co-founder Wyclef Jean is the latest artist to participate in the “A Night Of Symphonic Hip Hop,” concert series.
Clef follows The Roots and Common who have served as past headliners of the series.
Wyclef will kick off his performances in Omaha Nebraska, backed by the Omaha Symphony.
On January 19th, the rapper will run through his hits from his days with the Fugees, as well as numbers from his solo career including his most recent release Carnival III: The Fall and Rise of a Refugee.
The rapper/producer will then head to Columbus, Ohio on February 17th backed by the Columbus Symphony at the Ohio Theater.
From there, Wyclef will trek to Saint Louis, MO on March 9th backed by the St. Louis Symphony Orchestra at the Powell Hall.
Wyclef will give a performance in Dallas, TX on May 2nd at Winspear Open House with the Dallas POPS, while another date in Jacksonville, Florida is being lined up.
“A Night Of Symphonic Hip Hop” is presented by Live Nation Urban and TCG Entertainment.