The Fugees’ Lauryn Hill, Wyclef Jean and Pras are officially reuniting for the 25th anniversary of their classic 1996 album, The Score.

The trio are heading out on a 12-city international tour, kicking off on September 22 with an intimate pop-up show in New York City at an undisclosed location. The rest of the dates will take place between November and December, stopping off in Chicago, Oakland, Los Angeles, Atlanta, Miami, Newark and Washington, DC, before taking things overseas to London, along with shows in Nigeria and Ghana.

The tour will mark the Fugees’ first shows in 15 years, with Live Nation tickets set to go on sale Friday (September 24) at 10 a.m. local time.

The Score celebrated its 25th anniversary earlier this year after being released on February 13, 1996 via Columbia Records. The album featured hit singles such as “Ready or Not” and “Killing Me Softly.”

Peaking at No. 1 on the Billboard 200 chart, the Fugees’ 7x-platinum LP was just the second rap album to receive a Grammy nomination for Album of the Year, and the first for a Hip Hop group. Despite losing out to Celine Dion, they ended up winning Best Rap Album at the 1997 Grammy Awards.

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Lauryn Hill initially celebrated the anniversary in February by sharing a throwback photo of the Fugees from that era.

“Thank you to everyone acknowledging the impact of the release of The Score 25 years ago,” she wrote at the time. “The dynamic was not without its complexities, but the art and its impact deserve proper recognition. Special limited edition 25th Anniversary merch collection coming soon.”