Whether North American fans have to wait for summer for concert dates remains to be seen, but it’s common practice for U.S. acts to warm up their touring chops on the stages of Europe before bringing a show stateside.

Among the countries that can expect a visit from Beyoncè, Kelly Rowland and Michelle Williams are Norway, Sweden, Germany, Netherlands, Italy, Switzerland, France, Ireland and the United Kingdom.

Though Destiny’s Child is confirmed to appear at the “Z-100 Jingle Ball” at NYC’s Madison Square Garden December 10th, the group got a good scare in late September when Beyoncè tore a leg muscle during rehearsals for a TV special.

She was ordered off her leg for at least a week, but the injury wasn’t expected to waylay any long-range plans for Destiny’s Child, which had already completed recording its latest album.

The group’s last tour dates came in 2002. The ladies performed at a a few major North American arenas but spent even more time on the road in Europe. In 2001 Destiny’s Child grossed $17 million on 59 North American shows to come in 23rd on Pollstar‘s Top 100 Tours chart.