No Doubt is officially feeling hella good.
Gwen Stefani will be packing up Kingston and Zuma and hitting the road with the band that made her a star. The reunited group just announced a summer tour, kicking off in May, that will visit outdoor amphitheaters and arenas throughout the U.S. and Canada.
This will mark the band's first multistop road trip together since their coheadlining tour with Blink-182 in 2004.
"The whole reason for going on this tour was to have fun, try on all our favorite songs again and to get inspired to make new music," Stefani says on the band's website. "It feels good to be all together again."
"We are so fresh and ready!" says bassist Adrian Young. "I feel like a kid again when rehearsing these songs."
Presumably, "these songs" include some of the Grammy winners' big hits, such as "Just a Girl," "Underneath It All" and "Don't Speak."
Excitement for a No Doubt reunion was fueled when photos of the group in the studio appeared on the band's website in August 2007, but Young told MTV last month that the band has no intentions of releasing new music in 2009. However, they will do so eventually.
Paramore joins the "Hey Baby" singers for the entire trek, while the Sounds, Janelle Monáe and Bedouin Soundclash are on a revolving roster to open the show.
Tour dates and ticket sales for the 2009 No Doubt Summer Tour, produced by Live Nation, will be announced shortly.