Singer Lauryn Hill performs during The Wailers 30th Anniversary Performance at The Apollo Theater on November 29, 2014 in New York City. (Photo by Noam Galai/Getty Images)

Lauryn Hill (Photo credit: Noam Galai/Getty Images)

Lauryn Hill Postpones Nashville Show Due To Hurricane Michael

October 12, 2018

The impact of Hurricane Michael has affected Lauryn Hill's show at the Municipal Center in Nashville, Tenessee on Thursday night. Hill's band was grounded because of the hurricane, reports Billboard.

The Miseducation of Lauryn Hill 20th Anniversary World Tour was suppose to begin at 6:30pm when Hill tweeted an apology to her Nashville fans two-hours later.

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"Nashville, I am very sorry about the circumstances surrounding tonight's scheduled performance," Hill's tweet read. "Flights for our entire band and most of our crew were grounded due to Hurricane Michael."

She said they tried to recruit local musicians but sadly, they ran out of time to "get it all together."

In another tweet, Hills thanked her fans and also responded to some who may have been angry at her for missing the show. 

"I can't control the weather or airline policies." Hill adds "I didn't make the hurricane or flight cancellations up, you can check for yourself. I actually tried to wing it with musicians and sound crew who aren't familiar with my arrangements. Had that show not been good you would have still been upset."

Her next stop of the tour lands her and hopefully, the rest of her band on Saturday, October 13th in Atlanta, Georgia.