April 14 [7:55 EST] -- Reuters reports that a crowd of 70,000 Haitians turned out on Saturday to catch the Fugees homecoming performance in Port-au-Prince.
The throngs reportedly turned out for the six-hour concert, which also featured sets from local musicians, and which aimed to showcase Haitian culture.
"We are going to show the world just what Haiti can offer," the Fugees' Wyclef reportedly told the crowd when the group hit the stage.
Wyclef and fellow Fugee Praz were born in Haiti, yet raised in the United States, while the group's third member, Lauryn Hill, was born in the U.S. to Haitian parents.
Proceeds from the concert, which also featured a turn from Bob Marley's son Steve Marley, will reportedly benefit Haitians repatriated from the Dominican Republic.
MTV News was on-hand for the Fugees homecoming, and will have reports from Haiti throughout the week.