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No Doubt reunion kicks off TODAY concerts

The Grammy-winning band, led by Gwen Stefani, will perform their first concert together in five years on the Plaza May 1, kicking off this year’s TODAY concert series. Other headliners include Jennifer Hudson, Dave Matthews Band, Jonas Brothers, Taylor Swift, Kings of Leon, Fall Out Boy, Black Eyed Peas, Jason Mraz and many special surprises.

For its 14th consecutive year, NBC’s TODAY is bringing together the biggest, boldest names in music to rock the Plaza. This year's "Toyota Concert Series on TODAY" kicks off with a special comeback performance by Grammy Award-winning rock band No Doubt, Friday, May 1.

No Doubt has been on a multi-year hiatus, and the innovative band’s TODAY performance marks the group’s first concert together in five years. The live concert will also mark their first-ever TODAY performance. 

The "Toyota Concert Series on TODAY" continues its tradition of bringing TODAY viewers the hottest hit-making artists in the industry. This year’s concert series also features special performances by Dave Matthews Band and Kings of Leon, both bands’ first morning television concerts. America’s favorite morning program will also feature surprise guest performers throughout the series. 

Following is a list of concerts scheduled to date. All concerts are Friday performances. 

Fans and visitors are encouraged to join us on the plaza for the live performances.  Viewing is on a first-come, first-served basis outside TODAY's window-on-the-world studio, located at 49th Street and Rockefeller Plaza in New York City. Fans should arrive by 6 a.m. for best viewing.

Jim Bell is the executive producer of TODAY (Monday-Friday, 7-10 a.m.). Melissa Lonner is the senior producer responsible for the "Toyota Concert Series on TODAY."

Toyota partners with NBC's TODAY for the seventh consecutive year. Toyota established operations in the United States in 1957 and currently operates ten manufacturing plants.  There are more than 1,400 Toyota, Lexus and Scion dealerships in the U.S. that sell more than 2.2 million vehicles a year. Toyota directly employs over 34,000 in the U.S. and its investment here is currently valued at more than $17 billion, including sales and manufacturing operations, research and development, financial services and design.