Stefani, 46, performed a mix of her old solo hits and new music which, she says is what fans can expect on this new tour.
“I’m definitely going to play every single,” she said. “I want people to come and get what they deserve.”
Stefani also touted the emotional aspect of her tour and how it plays into the production.
“It’s not huge sets, but it’s huge emotion,” she said. “I wanted to do something that is reflective of the story. I want these songs to just be sung.”
Stefani’s newest album delves into the singer’s recent heartbreak stemming from her split from her husband, Bush frontman Gavin Rossdale.
There’s also been talk about her new song “Misery,” though Stefani won’t confirm if it’s about new boyfriend and fellow Voice judge Blake Shelton.
“(It’s) about love, but that’s all I’m going to say about that,” she said.
Still Stefani said her goal with this tour is to keep connecting with the fans.
“I give away my heart through the music, and my intention is to give [people] the greatest night they can remember,” she said. “But I’m getting back the same. That exchange is so powerful, especially in a time of [my] life where I feel like I need to prove to myself that I can climb back up this crazy mountain that I’d fallen off of.”