Rolling Stone reports that Naughty By Nature is down with the O.P.P.-ortunity offered by the latest outbreak of ’90s nostalgia, and has announced plans for a new EP and a 25th-anniversary tour in early 2016. The group, which livened up the otherwise dismal ’90sFest, has been covering ground on an international tour leg, but will return to the U.S. in December for a show in Florida. The 26-city tour, which kicks off with two shows in North Carolina, will celebrate Naughty By Nature’s 25th anniversary (and one to grow on, we suppose). The trio also told Rolling Stone that a new EP and a documentary are in the works.

Here are the 2016 tour dates:

January 27—Cone Denim—Greensboro, North Carolina
January 28—The Fillmore—Charlotte, North Carolina
January 29—LIV—Miam, Florida
January 31—The Masquerade—Atlanta, Georgia
February 2—Republic—New Orleans, Louisiana
February 3—Warehouse Live—Houston, Texas
February 4—Empire Control Room—Austin, Texas
February 5—Paper Tiger—San Antonio, Texas
February 6—South Side Music Hall—Dallas, Texas
February 9—Albuquerque, NM @ Sister Bar
February 10—Crescent Ballroom—Phoenix, Arizona
February 11—Regent Theater—Los Angeles, California
February 14 — Denver, CO @ Marquis Theater
February 16—Wooly’s—Des Moines, Iowa
February 17—Mill City Nights—Minneapolis, Minnesota
February 18—The Rave II—Milwaukee, Wisconsin
February 19—Blue Note—Columbia, Missouri
February 20—House Of Blues—Chicago, Illinois
February 21—Mercury Ballroom—Louisville, Kentucky
February 23—House of Blues—Cleveland, Ohio
February 24—Waiting Room—Buffalo, New York
February 25—The Howard Theatre—Washington, D.C.
February 26—Reverb—Reading, Pennsylvania
February 27—Webster Hall—New York, New York
February 28—TLA—Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

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