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Lauryn Hill Will Play An Intimate East Coast Tour This February

The seven-date acoustic tour will take place in New York and Washington, D.C.

Months after releasing the devastating Ferguson protest song "Black Rage," Lauryn Hill has announced an intimate winter tour in Washington, D.C., and New York.

Throughout February, the singer will play a series of dates at smaller venues on the East Coast. She's calling the tour the "Small Axe: Acoustic Performance Series," likely after the Bob Marley song "Small Axe." These will be her first live appearances since her set at New Orlean's Voodoo Music Experience last November.

Hill will perform at D.C.'s Howard Theatre on February 13 and 14, at Rough Trade in Brooklyn on February 17, at the Highline Ballroom in New York on the 20th and 23rd, and at the Blue Note in New York on February 25. Her appearance at the Blue Note includes both an early and a late show.

Tickets for all dates are now on sale via Hill's website. These venues only seat a few hundred people each, so spots will probably go fast—grab 'em while you can.