California ska-pop act No Doubt has added more dates to its announced fall tour. The majority of the dates on the run will be with Garbage, and will feature opening stints by the Distillers and Good C

California ska-pop act No Doubt has added more dates to its previously announced fall tour. The majority of the dates on the run will be with Garbage, and will feature opening stints by the Distillers and Good Charlotte. The group will also slot in three in-between gigs as opening act for the Rolling Stones.

No Doubt will commence the tour Oct. 9 in St. Paul, Minn. with the Distillers and Good Charlotte in tow. Garbage will replace Good Charlotte starting Oct. 15 in West Kingston, R.I., and stay with the tour through its Nov. 26 finale in San Diego (except for the Nov. 17 and 19 stops). In the midst of the run, No Doubt has plans to open for the Stones Oct. 12 in Detroit, Oct. 18 in Toronto, and Oct. 26 in Atlanta, and to play Nov. 2 as part of the New Orleans' Voodoo Music Experience.

The Gwen Stefani-led group will be on the road in support of its latest Interscope album, "Rock Steady," which debuted at No. 9 on The Billboard 200 and has sold 1.86 million copies in the U.S., according to Nielsen SoundScan. Latest single "Hella Good" is No. 11 on Billboard's Adult Top 40 chart this week. Garbage will be promoting its own Interscope set, "Beautifulgarbage," which bowed last fall at No. 13 on The Billboard 200 and has sold 337,000 copies.

Prior to the North American tour, No Doubt will tour the Far East, including stops in Japan and Australia. Garbage has two London shows on tap for late August and three Australian gigs booked for mid-October.

Here are No Doubt's North American tour dates:

Oct. 9: St. Paul, Minn. (XCEL Energy Center)
Oct. 11: Rosemont, Ill. (Allstate Arena)
Oct. 12: Detroit (Ford Field)
Oct. 14: State College, Pa. (Bryce Jordan Center)
Oct. 15: West Kingston, R.I. (Ryan Center Arena)
Oct. 17: Philadelphia (First Union Spectrum)
Oct. 18: Toronto (Skydome)
Oct. 20: Worcester, Mass. (Centrum Centre)
Oct. 21: Uniondale, N.Y. (Nassau Coliseum)
Oct. 23: East Rutherford, N.J. (Continental Airlines Arena)
Oct. 24: Baltimore (Baltimore Arena)
Oct. 26: Atlanta (Turner Field)
Oct. 27: Jacksonville, Fla. (UNF Arena)
Oct. 29: Sunrise, Fla. (National Car Rental Center)
Oct. 30: Orlando, Fla. (TD Waterhouse Centre)
Nov. 1: Houston (Reliant Arena)
Nov. 2: New Orleans (TBD)
Nov. 4: Dallas (Smirnoff Music Centre)
Nov. 6: Denver, Colo. (Denver Coliseum)
Nov. 8: Nampa, Idaho (Idaho Center)
Nov. 9: Portland, Ore. (Rose Garden Arena)
Nov. 11: Seattle (Key Arena)
Nov. 13: Sacramento, Calif. (Arco Arena)
Nov. 14: San Jose, Calif. (Compaq Center)
Nov. 16: Phoenix (America West Arena)
Nov. 17: Las Vegas (Rain (Palms Hotel))
Nov. 19: Bernalillo, N.M. (Santa Ana Star Casino)
Nov. 22: Long Beach, Calif. (Long Beach Arena)
Nov. 25: Bakersfield, Calif. (Centennial Garden)
Nov. 26: San Diego (Cox Arena)