Nas and Lauryn Hill are teaming up for another North American tour.

Last year Nas joined Lauryn on few dates for her MLH Caravan: A Diaspora Calling, where she was also joined by Kehlani, Little Simz, and Noname, among others. The tour proved popular, adding dates mid way, into April of this year.

“The MLH Caravan allows me to continue the theme of unity and celebration of the many facets of cultural and artistic beauty throughout the African diaspora while on tour this summer and fall,” she said in a statement about the tour last year.  “In these days of tension, tumult and transition, an exchange of this kind can yield direction, expression, understanding and empowerment as well as connection, self love and  appreciation that hopefully overflows into our respective communities.”

As for the new joint tour, it will begin in Chicago on September 7 at the Huntington Bank Pavilion and will wrap up in Vancouver October 11. Chronixx and Hannibal Buress will be joining the tour for select dates (see schedule below).Tickets will be available through Live Nation starting June 2.

Here's the newly released schedule:

9/7/17 — Chicago, IL — Huntington Bank Pavilion at Northerly Island ^
9/8/17 — Sterling Heights, MI — Michigan Lottery Amphitheatre at Freedom Hill ^
9/10/17 — Toronto, ON — Budweiser Stage ^
9/12/17 — Boston, MA — Blue Hills Bank Pavilion ^
9/14/17 — Camden, NJ — BB&T Pavilion *
9/15/17 — Bristow, VA — Jiffy Lube Live *
9/20/17 — Raleigh, NC — Red Hat Amphitheater ^
9/22/17 — Miami, FL — Bayfront Park Amphitheate r*
9/23/17 — Jacksonville, FL — Daily’s Place ^
9/27/17 — Houston, TX — Smart Financial Centre at Sugar Land ^
9/28/17 —Dallas, TX — The Pavilion at Irving Music Factory *
9/30/17 — Austin, TX — Austin360 Amphitheater ^
10/3/17 — San Diego, CA — Cal Coast Credit Union Open Air Theatre at SDSU *
10/5/17 — Los Angeles, CA — Hollywood Bowl ^
10/7/17 — Mountain View, CA — Shoreline Amphitheatre *
10/10/17 — Seattle, WA — WaMu Theater *
10/11/17 — Vancouver, BC — Pacific Coliseum ^

^with Chronixx
*with Hannibal Buress and Chronixx

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