The trio’s Destiny Fulfilled … And Lovin’ It world tour (presented by McDonald’s) comes home to the U.S. next month.

Destiny Fulfilled, which began April 9 in Hiroshima, Japan, opens Stateside on July 9 at the Savvis Center in St. Louis, Missouri, and concludes September 10 at GM Place in Vancouver.

The arena concerts mark Destiny Child’s first full-length tour of North America in four years.

Support acts will include, on select dates, Amerie, Mario, and emerging urban artist Tyra.

The production “is a state-of-the-art modern concert experience featuring spectacular sets, exquisite lighting, pristine sound, and dramatic new staging.”

And to top it off, the costumes are designed by Beyonce’s mom, Tina Knowles, for House of Dereon.

For those who like to know the stats behind the divadom, the group’s 2001 North American tour was seen by more than 527,200 ticket holders over the course of 53 shows. The tour grossed over $16 million.

The members of Destiny’s Child, individually and collectively, have earned a phenomenal 38 gold, platinum, and multi-platinum RIAA certifications since the group’s recorded debut in November 1997.