No Doubt Drummer Hints At Possible 'Tragic Kingdom' 25th Anniversary Tour For 2020

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No Doubt band members recently celebrated their breakthrough album, Tragic Kingdom, turning 24 on social media, and drummer Adrian Young took things a step further.

In Young's post commemorating the album's anniversary he said, "Let's do some shows to celebrate next year!" Along with a "tk25tour" hashtag.

Green Day drummer Tre Cool commented excitedly with some emojis, along with many other fans who fully support the idea.

No Doubt hasn't performed together since 2015 and members have been busy with their solo careers. Gwen Stefani has been doing her thing of course, and Tony Kanal, Tom Dumont, and Adrian have been a part of the band DREAMCAR with Davey Havok of AFI.

Tragic Kingdom was released on October 10, 1995 and featured hits like "Just A Girl," "Spiderwebs," "Don't Speak," & "Sunday Morning." It has sold nearly 20 million copies worldwide.

We'll let you know if an anniversary tour comes to fruition.

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