RBD is back for their highly anticipated “Soy Rebelde” world tour and bigger than ever. The Mexican pop group will once again take the stage for a global trek across 26 cities in North, Central and South America starting in August.
The tour, produced by Live Nation, will celebrate the rich 20-year history of RBD, which began as a fictional band on the hit television drama “Rebelde” from 2004-06. Tickets for all dates go on sale simultaneously on January 27 at 10am in the US and Brazil and 2pm in Mexico.
Tickets for the US leg of the tour will be available through Ticketmaster’s Verified Fan system on January 25th and 26th. Verified Fan Access will provide early access to tickets through a special invitation.
The tour will begin at the Sun Bowl Stadium in El Paso, Texas, on the US/Mexico border, and will continue to stadiums in Dallas, Houston, Chicago, and Los Angeles, as well as arenas such as Madison Square Garden in New York. York, the Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas and the Visayas Arena in San Diego. In Mexico, they will play Foro Sol in Mexico City, while Sao Paulo’s Allianz Park and Rio de Janeiro’s Olympic Stadium will host RBD in Brazil.
RBD manager Guillermo Rosas promises an “epic show” from band members Anahi, Dulce Maria, Mite Peroni, Christian Chavez and Christopher Ukerman.
“RBD is a cultural movement that has influenced two generations around the world,” said Rosas, who is the tour’s executive producer. diversity. “I have been a part of RBD since the first international tour in 2006 and it is a dream come true for me to see the magic rekindle. We’re excited to put this show on the road and let the creativity flow.
Until their disbandment in 2009, RBD released nine studio albums in Spanish, Portuguese and English, and performed sold-out shows around the world as one of the top-selling Latin acts. It’s been more than a decade since RBD’s last in-person concert (the group reunited for a virtual show in 2020), and when news of a possible reunion tour began to swirl, the demand from fans was palpable as hashtags like #RBDTour2023 started flooding in. There was social media.
The band’s music was added to the streaming platform in 2020, including hits such as “Rebelde,” “Ser o Peresar,” “Nuestro Amor” and “Salvame”.
“It’s very strange because it’s been 15 years and there was no music, no videos It’s really weird that we’re getting all this attention from people again, but it’s also amazing,” Chavez said in an interview with ET at the time. “Every one of us is very excited about it and it shows us that pop music is still there, and the rebels are still there but in different generations.”
“Soy Rebelde” World Tour Dates and Cities
August 25th @ Sun Bowl Stadium in El Paso
August 27th @ Minute Maid Park in Houston
September 01 @ MSG in New York City
September 02 @ Eaglebank Arena in Fairfax
September 03 @ Greensboro Coliseum Complex in Greensboro
September 08 @ Guaranteed Rate Field in Chicago
September 10 @ Denver Ball Arena
September 13 @ Desert Diamond Arena in Phoenix
September 14 @ MGM Grand Arena in Las Vegas
September 22 @ Miami-Dade Arena in Miami
September 23rd @ Amway Center in Orlando
September 24 @ Lakewood Amphitheater in Atlanta
Sep 27 @ Bart Ogden Arena in Edinburgh
September 30 @ Globe Life Field in Arlington
October 01 @ Moody Center in Austin
October 06 @ SAP Center in San Jose
October 07 @ Golden 1 Center in Sacramento
October 08 @ Chase Center in San Francisco
October 13th @ Visas Arena in San Diego
October 15th @ Save Mart Center in Fresno
October 19 @ Bank of California Stadium in Los Angeles
November 17 @ Allianz Park in Sao Paulo
19 Nov @ approx. Nilton Santos Engenhao in Rio de Janeiro
November 24 @ Estadio Mobil Super in Monterrey
November 26 @ Estadio 3 de Marzo in Guadalajara
December 01 @ Foro Sol Quedad de México