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RBD's Soy Rebelde Tour: Everything we know about the reunion shows

RBD on the opening night of their Soy Rebelde Tour.

The red ties and blazers have officially come out now that RBD kicked off their reunion tour!

Dulce María, Christian Chávez, Anahí, Christopher von Uckermann and Maite Perroni took the stage on Aug. 25 at Sun Bowl Stadium in El Paso, Texas, to play their first concert in almost 15 years.

“I am so excited, I can’t believe it,” Dulce María told TODAY.com in Spanish over the phone about the upcoming tour. “I’m emotional ... and I’m just as excited as everyone, the Rebelde generation.”

After teasing a possible reunion last year, the Mexican pop group announced their Soy Rebelde Tour (which translates to I'm a Rebel) on. Jan. 19. The group shared the exciting news on their group’s social media, along with the tour dates for their 2023 concerts. RBD is set to visit cities in the U.S., Mexico and Brazil.

RBD on the opening night of their Soy Rebelde Tour.

Days after the announcement was made, several additional dates were added as fans' excitement grew, including a special final stop in Mexico City at the end of the year.

Additionally on Aug. 17, TODAY.com also exclusively premiered their new song , “Cerquita De Ti.”

The Spanish song is a nostalgia-filled track about being there for one another despite being far away and having a long-lasting connection.

Now that the tour has started and scheduled to go on until the end of 2023, if you're looking for RBD tickets and how to catch them in your city, here's everything you need to know.

When did RBD reunite?

Talks about a reunion tour started when RBD’s music was released on streaming platforms in 2020, followed by a virtual concert in December of that year that included Anahí, Chávez, von Uckermann and Perroni.

Dulce María had just given birth and was unable to join her former bandmates. “Ozark” actor Alfonso Herrera was also an original member of the group, but has previously expressed that he’s focused on his acting career.

“Finally the stars aligned,” Dulce María told TODAY.com, adding that the reunion tour happened at the perfect time. “The five of us got together for this great announcement, these shows that we are going to do. We’ve had the intention of doing this tour for years but it got difficult to get everyone together and our schedules to align.”

What are the dates and locations for RBD's Soy Rebelde Tour 2023?

The group will have concerts in New York City, Chicago, Las Vegas, Miami, Los Angeles, Mexico City and Rio De Janeiro, among many others.

Aug. 25 @ Sun Bowl Stadium in El Paso

Aug. 27 @ Minute Maid Park in Houston

Aug. 31 @ MSG in New York City

Sept. 1 @ MSG in New York City

Sept. 2 @ Eaglebank Arena in Fairfax

Sept. 3 @ Greensboro Coliseum Complex in Greensboro

Sept. 7 @ Guaranteed Rate Field in Chicago

Sept. 8 @ Guaranteed Rate Field in Chicago

Sept. 10 @ Ball Arena in Denver

Sept. 13 @ Desert Diamond Arena in Phoenix

Sept. 14 @ MGM Grand Arena in Las Vegas

Sept. 21 @ Miami-Dade Arena in Miami

Sept. 22 @ Miami-Dade Arena in Miami

Sept. 23 @ Amway Center in Orlando

Sept. 24 @ Lakewood Amphitheatre in Atlanta

Sept. 27 @ Bert Ogden Arena in Edinburg

Sept. 28 @ Bert Ogden Arena in Edinburg

Sept. 30 @ Globe Life Field in Arlington

Oct. 1 @ Moody Center in Austin

Oct. 6 @ Sap Center in San Jose

Oct. 7 @ Golden 1 Center in Sacramento

Oct. 8 @ Chase Center in San Fransisco

Oct. 13 @ Viejas Arena in San Diego

Oct. 14 @ Viejas Arena in San Diego

Oct. 15 @ Save Mart Center in Fresno

Oct. 18 @ Banc of California Stadium in Los Angeles

Oct. 19 @ Banc of California Stadium in Los Angeles

Oct. 20 @ Banc of California Stadium in Los Angeles

Oct. 22 @ Banc of California Stadium in Los Angeles

Nov. 3 @ Estadio Atanasio Girardot in Medellín, Colombia

Nov. 4 @ Estadio Atanasio Girardot in Medellín, Colombia

Nov. 5 @ Estadio Atanasio Girardot in Medellín, Colombia

Nov. 6 @ Estadio Atanasio Girardot in Medellín, Colombia

Nov. 9 @ Est. Nilton Santos Engenhão in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

Nov. 10 @ Est. Nilton Santos Engenhão in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

Nov. 12 @ Estádio do Morumbi in São Paulo, Brazil

Nov. 13 @ Estádio do Morumbi in São Paulo, Brazil

Nov. 16 @ Allianz Parque in São Paulo, Brazil

Nov. 17 @ Allianz Parque in São Paulo, Brazil

Nov. 18 @ Allianz Parque in São Paulo, Brazil

Nov. 19 @ Allianz Parque in São Paulo, Brazil

Nov. 23 @ Estadio Mobil Super in Monterrey, Mexico

Nov. 24 @ Estadio Mobil Super in Monterrey, Mexico

Nov. 26 @ Estadio 3 de Marzo in Guadalajara, Mexico

Nov. 27 @ Estadio 3 de Marzo in Guadalajara, Mexico

Nov. 30 @ Foro Sol in Cuidad de Mexico

Dec. 1 @ Foro Sol in Cuidad de Mexico

Dec. 2 @ Foro Sol in Cuidad de Mexico

Dec. 3 @ Foro Sol in Cuidad de Mexico

Dec. 12 @ Estadio Mobil Super in Monterrey, Mexico

Dec. 16 @ Foro Sol in Cuidad de Mexico

Dec. 17 @ Foro Sol in Cuidad de Mexico

Dec. 21 @ Estadio Azteca in Cuidad de Mexico

How can I get tickets?

Fans can now get tickets to RBD's shows at livenation.com . They can also get access to local concerts on the group's website https://soyrebelde.world .

Is there a Soy Rebelde Tour setlist?

Dulce María teased nostalgia and good times, telling TODAY.com, “We’re going to give the best versions of ourselves. It’s going to be filled with nostalgia, with the songs that we and our fans grew up listening to.”

Dulce María couldn't wait to sing the group’s biggest hits, including “Rebelde,” “Aún Hay Algo,” “Tras de Mí,” and “Sálvame,” as well as other non-single tracks like “Otro Día Que Va” and “Qué Hay Detrás” and “Tenerte y Quererte.”

Personally, she was excited to sing “No Pares” (“Don’t Stop”), which is a very special song for her. “It’s a song about hope,” she said. “We’ve all been through many difficult moments, and it’s about fighting for what you want and believe and to never stop dreaming.”

  • “Tras de Mí”
  • “Un poco de tu amor”
  • “Cerquita De Ti”
  • “Aún Hay Algo”
  • “Otro Día Que Va”
  • “Inalcanzable”
  • Medley Eras
  • “Qué Hay Detrás”
  • “Quisiera ser”
  • “Celestial”
  • “Bésame sin miedo”
  • “Ser o Parecer”
  • “Este Corazón”
  • “Siempre He Estado Aquí”
  • “Empezar desde cero”
  • “Solo Quédate en Silencio”
  • “Nuestro Amor”

What's the history of RBD?

RBD was a creation of the popular Mexican telenovela “Rebelde,” which premiered in 2004. The teen show followed a group of students at the prestigious Elite Way School who formed the musical band RBD. The on-screen group would go on to become one of the best-selling Latin acts, selling over 15 million records worldwide.

During their time together, they released five studio albums. They also earned two Latin Grammy nominations. RBD disbanded in March 2009.

To this day, fans have held out hope that they would one day reunite — especially after Bad Bunny name-dropped them in one of his 2022 songs and did a TikTok singing to “Sálvame” and Anahí responded. Karol G also invited Anahí to sing the hit song at one of her concerts.

Dulce María said “It’s incredible” that a new generation of fans has discovered their music and younger artists have expressed their love for RBD.

“It definitely shocked us and (made it clear) that people wanted us to reunite,” she said, noting that this tour is a one-time event and they don’t have plans to tour for years. “But seeing all (of the fans’ messages), people sharing our music, talking about our telenovela characters, and what our group means to people has been awesome.”

All the love from everyone, she said, only reaffirmed that they owed it to their fans to give them one last wild ride as a thank you.

“It’s confirmed that what we’re doing is important and beyond our current projects and personal lives,” she said. “We just want to share this with our fans one last time.”

Liz Calvario is a Los Angeles-based reporter and editor for TODAY.com who covers entertainment, pop culture and trending news.

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Mexican Pop Group RBD Reveals Dates and Cities for 2023 ‘Soy Rebelde’ Tour

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RBD Reunion Tour

RBD is back and bigger than ever for their much-anticipated “Soy Rebelde” world tour. 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 started as a fictional band in the hit television drama “Rebelde” from 2004 to 2006. Tickets for all dates will go on sale simultaneously on Jan. 27 at 10 a.m. in the United States and Brazil, and at 2 p.m in Mexico.

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RBD manager Guillermo Rosas is vowing to deliver an “epic show” from band members are Anahí, Dulce María, Maite Perroni, Christian Chávez, and Christopher Uckermann.

“RBD is a cultural movement that has impacted two generations across the globe,” Rosas, who is executive producer of the tour, tells Variety . “I have been part of RBD since its first international tour in 2006 and for me to see the magic awaken again is a dream come true. We are beyond 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 all over 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 the news of a potential reunion tour began buzzing, the demand from fans was obvious as hashtags like #RBDTour2023 began flooding social media.

“It’s so weird because it has been 15 years and the music was not there, the videos weren’t there. It’s really weird that we’re getting all this attention from people again, but it’s also amazing,” Chávez said in an interview with ET at the time. “Every one of us is so 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

Aug. 25 @ Sun Bowl Stadium in El Paso Aug. 27 @ Minute Maid Park in Houston Sep. 01 @ MSG in New York City Sep. 02 @ Eaglebank Arena in Fairfax Sep. 03 @ Greensboro Coliseum Complex in Greensboro Sep. 08 @ Guaranteed Rate Field in Chicago Sep. 10 @ Ball Arena in Denver Sep. 13 @ Desert Diamond Arena in Phoenix Sep. 14 @ MGM Grand Arena in Las Vegas Sep. 22 @ Miami-Dade Arena in Miami Sep. 23 @ Amway Center in Orlando Sep. 24 @ Lakewood Amphitheatre in Atlanta Sep. 27 @ Bert Ogden Arena in Edinburg Sep. 30 @ Globe Life Field in Arlington Oct. 01 @ Moody Center in Austin Oct. 06 @ Sap Center in San Jose Oct. 07 @ Golden 1 Center in Sacramento Oct. 08 @ Chase Center in San Fransisco Oct. 13 @ Viejas Arena in San Diego Oct. 15 @ Save Mart Center in Fresno Oct. 19 @ Banc of California Stadium in Los Angeles Nov. 17 @ Allianz Parque in São Paulo Nov. 19 @ Est. Nilton Santos Engenhão in Rio de Janeiro Nov. 24 @ Estadio Mobil Super in Monterrey Nov. 26 @ Estadio 3 de Marzo in Guadalajara Dec. 01 @ Foro Sol in Cuidad de Mexico

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RBD will be performing in arenas and stadiums this year, following a 15-year break. The Soy Rebelde Tour will reunite five of the six founding band members – Christopher Uckermann , Dulce Maria , Christian Chavez , Maite Perroni , and Anahi – for stops across the United States, Brazil, and Mexico.

The tour is expected to be a great success, with the band recently announcing new dates to meet popular demands.

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Anahi shares photo with RBD bandmates and their kids

Ustedes están haciendo del #SoyRebeldeTour algo muy especial y por eso... ¡Agregamos nuevas fechas!❤️ Preventa 26 de enero. Venta general 27 de enero ¡Nos vemos pronto! 🌟☮️❤️❤️❤️ pic.twitter.com/tKQA74kX1T — RBD Oficial (@RBD_oficial) January 25, 2023

On social media, RBD’s official account shared a photo with some of the new dates.

“You are making the Soy Rebelde Tour incredibly special, which is why we’ve added some new dates! Presale on January 26. General sale on January 27. See you soon!” reads the announcement. The band will be performing two shows in cities like New York, Phoenix, Miami, Edinburg, San Diego, Los Angeles, and Mexico. The tour will span four months, kicking off on August 25th, in Texas, and concluding on December 1st, in Mexico City.

Despite the excitement that surrounds their reunion, fans were sad to learn that RBD has no dates scheduled for Latin America and Europe.

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“It’s not a world tour,” said Dulce Maria on a televised interview. “We’re stopping in Brazil, United States, and lastly, saying goodbye to our beloved Mexico, which we weren’t able to do when we ended the band.”

Still, she made it clear that the band is trying their best to add more dates in order to satisfy fan demands, even if it remains complicated for them to do a world tour considering the fact that they have kids of their own.

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RBD Tour: A Dazzling Journey in Latin Pop

The allure and intrigue: unpacking the phenomenal rbd tour.

The RBD Tour, akin to an explosion of Latin pop culture, has been a voice echoing across the continents, carving a distinctive niche in the music landscape. With its roots deeply nestled in the heart of Mexico (source: mexico map ), RBD Tour has become a phenomenon catching up in global stride, creating unforgettable memories, and writing stories of a generation.

1.1 Unraveling the Dynamic History of the RBD Tour

The inception of the RBD Tour takes us back to the mesmerizing explosion of Latin pop culture early in the new millennium. From their humble beginnings in Mexico, the group quickly escalated to international fame, creating a furore in the Latin pop scene reminiscent of the fascination elicited by the likes of Elvis Presley’s grandchildren(source: elvis presley Grandchildren )

1.2 Embarking on the RBD Tour: An Unmatched Musical Voyage

Stepping onto the RBD tour is like embarking on an unparalleled musical journey. It’s like venturing on an odyssey that goes beyond just music, crossing borders and cultures, a voyage that resonates with the heart, body, and the soul. It tickles your senses and brings an acute awareness of the Latin culture in an ebb and flow of musical notes.

Behind the Scenes: The Making of the RBD Tour

2.1 Masterminds and Maestros: The Creative Forces

The faces behind the RBD tour – Anahí, Dulce María, Christian Chavez, Maite Perroni, Christopher Von Uckermann, the masterminds, and the maestros, their passion is what drives the spectacle that the tour unfolds on stage. Just like the illustrious national treasure cast(source: national treasure cast ), these creators have left an indelible mark on Latin Pop history.

2.2 Exhaustive Preparation and Trademark Stagecraft

The monumental success of the RBD tour is a testament to the group’s exhaustive preparation. Their trademark stagecraft is renowned, unique signatures etched into every performance that electrifies the atmosphere.

2.3 Creation of the RBD Tour Setlist: A Blend of New and Old

The creation of the RBD Tour setlist is a marvel in itself. It’s a masterful blend of the group’s timeless classics, along with new tunes that add an exciting twist to their already vibrant repertoire.

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Evolution of RBD from Initial Days to Present

3.1 Tracing Roots: RBD’s Emergence in Latin Pop

Oh, imagine a time when Latin pop was yet to taste the soul-stirring melodies of RBD! Their emergence was nothing less than a beacon of change that would rewrite Latin pop from the roots up.

3.2 Transitioning through Years: RBD’s Expansion and Influence

They evolved, matured, and their influence expanded. RBD’s music, much like the evolution, has seeped into every nook and cranny of the pop scene, branching out to the global cohort of music lovers.

3.3 Current Status: How RBD Has Aged Beautifully in the Music Industry

Today, RBD tour stands proudly, a feat achieved through resilience, quality, passion, just like a well-aged wine. Its charm never fades; instead, it renders lifelong memories to its admirers, transcending generations.

Iconic Moment of the RBD Tour: Audience’s Favorite Performances.

4.1 Captivating Moments that Woed the Crowd

There have been countless captivating moments over the years where RBD has stirred the crowd in an enchanting syncopation of heartbeats. The kick-off of their reunion tour source : ( no credit check Loans Guaranteed approval ) , for example, is etched as an iconic moment in the minds of fans.

4.2 Memorable Performances: Which Song Stroke a Chord

Each song performed by RBD bears a unique vibrancy. The timbre of their voices seeping deep into the heart of the listeners. It’s impossible to zero in on one performance that stroke a chord. Every song, every note, was a piece of the puzzle that forms the magic RBD tour.

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Special Features of the RBD Tour: A Closer Look

5.1 Unique Staging and Choreography: Cutting Edge Designs and Innovations

With a unique staging and choreography that rivals the innovation that a genius like Alex O’Loughlin could conceive (source: Alex Oloughlin ), the RBD Tour provides an audio-visual feast for the senses.

5.2 Beyond Music: Incorporations of Culture and Interaction

RBD Tour’s impact transcends music; it meshes culture and interaction, creating a platform that promotes a unique exchange of values, thoughts, and ideas, fostering a genuine connection with its audience.

Massive Global Impact of the RBD Tour

6.1 Crossover Success: How RBD Permeated Multiple Cultures

RBD has not just permeated but masterfully woven itself within the fabric of multiple cultures, rendering a global appeal. Its crossover success has made the RBD tour a recurring agitation in the wave of Latin pop, influencing music across the globe.

6.2 Driving Latin Pop’s Global Resurgence: RBD’s Contribution

More than being just part of the Latin Pop scene, RBD tour has been a driving force behind its global resurgence. It brought about a graceful ignition, a wave that washed over the world, leveraging Latin pop into prevalent international recognition.

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The Legacy and Future of the RBD Tour

7.1 Reflection on the Lasting Influence of the RBD Tour

The RBD Tour isn’t just a musical journey that comes and goes. It carries a lasting influence, a legacy, a beacon in Latin Pop, the echoes of which can be heard in every corner of the globe.

7.2 The Road Ahead: Predictions for RBD’s Future Journeys

RBD’s future looks promising as ever. It’s not just a prediction but faith in the band’s timeless essence in Latin Pop. With each stride, RBD continues to etch an impeccable mark in global music.

A Final Ode to the RBD Tour: A Beacon in Latin Pop

8.1 Reviewing the Journey: Key Takeaways from the RBD Tour

The journey of RBD tour, filled with joyous melodies, triumph, and treasured memories, comes with significant takeaways. It reflects a tale of persistence, passion, dreams, and an unyielding determination to seep into the heart of music.

8.2 The RBD Magic: Perpetual Echoes in Latin Pop Music

As the curtains close on this extraordinary voyage, the echoes of RBD magic reverberate, guaranteeing its timeless essence in Latin Pop. The spirit of RBD tour thrives, an eternal beacon, a tribute to the awe-inspiring journey in Latin Pop.

In capturing the splendor of the RBD Tour, one cannot help but reflect on the power of music in bridging cultures and continents, embodying emotions, and painting our shared human experience in beats and rhythm. A journey with the RBD tour, is indeed, a dazzling ride in Latin pop history.

Is RBD going on tour 2023?

Well, isn’t this grand news? RBD is indeed hitting the road and will be going on tour in 2023. All of RBD’s original members are expected to join the tour, so expect a blast from the past when you see them perform live! They’ve left fans hungry for more since their last tour, so it’s like a breath of fresh air knowing they’re back on the road soon.

Are all RBD members going on tour?

As to who exactly makes up the RBD tour 2023, all news points to the original group members, so gear up for a nostalgic trip down memory lane! Regarding the tour venue, let’s just say they’re ready to bring the house down in multiple cities, so stay tuned for updates on the exact locations.

Is RBD going on tour again?

Yes, you heard that right! RBD will be saying “Hello, Chicago” in 2023. Houston, don’t feel left out because RBD’s tour bus is also rolling your way in 2023! Double confirmed!

Who is in the RBD tour 2023?

But ain’t that a bummer? Alfonso isn’t joining RBD on this tour. Now, as per the gossips flowing around, he’s tied up with prior commitments. In the same vein, the band RBD broke up due to standard creative differences and individual career pursuits. No big drama, folks.

Where is RBD concert 2023?

Wow, Dead Can Dance called off their 2023 tour, you ask? Well, instead of setting the stage on fire, they had to pull the plug due to unforeseen circumstances.

Is RBD coming to Chicago 2023?

Throwback time, the last time RBD went on a tour was all the way back in 2008, so you can bet fans are eager for the 2023 tour. They haven’t been performing regularly since their breakup, but they did host a virtual reunion concert in 2020, and now they’re ready to rock the stage again in the upcoming tour.

Is RBD coming to Houston 2023?

In the series RBD, Mia’s beau was the heartthrob Miguel. However, this upcoming tour won’t see Alfonso Herrera, who played Mia’s boyfriend, due to other commitments.

Why isn t Alfonso joining RBD?

Let’s shift gears to another iconic band, REM. Despite fan hopes, there doesn’t seem to be any tour on the horizon for them, sad to say.

Why did RBD break up?

The duration of the RBD concert in 2023? Expect around 2-3 hours of non-stop music and fun. You’ll surely have a rollicking good time!

Why did Dead Can Dance cancel 2023 tour?

As for Bullet for My Valentine’s 2023 tour, they haven’t revealed yet who their touring buddies are going to be, so we’re all playing the waiting game on that one.

When was the last time RBD went on tour?

As we spilt the beans earlier, no, it doesn’t look likely that REM will tour anytime soon, not even in our wildest dreams. Let’s keep our fingers crossed though; you never know when a surprise might hit us!

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‘Rebelde’ Band RBD Have Officially Confirmed A 2023 Reunion And A Possible World Tour

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After much speculation, RBD will officially be returning in 2023. After parting ways over a decade ago, the Mexican group that was spun-off from the telenovela Rebelde announced its comeback. Five of the six original members will joining forces once again.

RBD rose to prominence in 2004 thanks to the telenovela Rebelde . Anahí, Dulce María, Christian Chávez, Christopher von Uckermann, Maite Perroni, and Alfonso “Poncho” Herrera formed the Latin Grammy-nominated group. Gorillaz and Hilary Duff appeared as special guests during the series’ run. After embarking on multiple world tours, RBD called it quits in 2009.

In 2020, four members of RBD briefly reunited to record the single “Siempre He Estado Aquí.” The line-up that included Anahí, Dulce María, Chávez, and von Uckermann disbanded following a live-stream concert. This past year, Bad Bunny name-checked RBD in his song “Me Porto Bonito” from his Un Verano Sin Ti album. Karol G later invited Anahí to perform the RBD classic “Sálvame” at her concert in Mexico City.

After five of the members were spotted at a dinner together last month, it was revealed that they were plotting their comeback as RBD. Anahí, Dulce María, Perroni, Chávez, and von Uckermann all changed their profile pictures on Instagram today to the classic RBD logo. Their personal Instagram pages have been wiped to only include a video teasing the band’s reunion.

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On the website SoyRebelde.World , fans can sign-up for more information on RBD’s comeback. There is also a countdown clock leading to the date, January 19, 2023, which will mark the band’s reunion. Though more details haven’t been offered, it’s being reported that RBD will embark on the Soy Rebelde World Tour next year.

Herrera is the only member that decided not to return for the RBD reunion. Since the disbandment of RBD in 2009, he has focused on his acting career in the US and Mexico.

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The paradigm-breaking, multigenerational phenomenon RBD —still one of the most relevant and important groups in contemporary pop music and culture—will embark on a tour to celebrate their 20-year legacy, produced by T6H Entertainment and Live Nation.

This trek will include 26 cities across the United States, Mexico, and Brazil. It will consist of 10 stadiums and 16 arenas, expecting a total audience of 700,000 fans that will be witness to an unforgettable and unrepeatable moment in music history. Tickets for all dates will go on sale January 27 at 10:00 AM Brazil, 12:00 PM in the United States, and at 2:00 PM in Mexico.

The tour’s first date will be a special one for the band and fans alike. It will be hosted at the Sun Bowl stadium in El Paso, Texas, located near the U.S./Mexico border. The 40 thousand seat stadium symbolizes RBD’s cross-cultural appeal and revolutionary impact on the culture which has brought many nations together.

The group will play large stadiums in Dallas, Houston, Chicago, and Los Angeles, as well as iconic arenas like Madison Square Garden in New York, Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas, Viejas Arena in San Diego, among others. In Mexico, they will play the emblematic Foro Sol in Mexico City, while Allianz Parque in São Paulo and the Estádio Nilton Santos Engenhão in Río de Janeiro will host RBD in Brazil.

It has been three years since RBD’s live albums Generación RBD en Vivo , Live in Hollywood, Tour Celestial 2007, Hecho en España and Live In Brasilia became available  as part of their music’s return to digital platforms .

The CD and DVD from their first tour, Tour Generación RBD En Vivo , was released on July 19, 2005 and was awarded a Platinum and Gold Record in Mexico, a Platinum Record in the United States, and a Gold Record in Spain. The DVD was recorded at the Palacio de los Deportes in Mexico City and includes special versions of the classics like “Sálvame” and “Rebelde.” The Tour Generación RBD En Vivo was the fourth fastest-selling tour and more than 4.7 million fans in Mexico attended.

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O cantor e ator Christopher von Uckermann deu uma entrevista em uma live nesta semana e entregou mais detalhes das negociações para a turnê do RBD . Segundo o mexicano, a agenda de shows está prevista para a América Latina. Ele citou Estados Unidos, Brasil, Chile, Argentina e México.

Tudo dependerá do controle da pandemia do coronavírus, claro. “ Nada é seguro atualmente. Temos conversado. Temos nos aproximado bastante, mas tudo depende muito de como avançarão as coisas no mundo. Mas, se chegamos a ter os shows, penso que poderia ser Estados Unidos, Brasil, Chile, Argentina e México”, declarou.

sobre turnê christopher disse que estão conversando, que houve uma aproximação muito boa mas que nada é seguro nesses tempos, que tudo depende de como as coisas irão ficar no mundo e que se vier acontecer shows seriam no estados unidos, brasil, argentina, chile, mexico… pic.twitter.com/k4It4Xm0mO — Bea RBD ✨ (@byafvt) September 30, 2021
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A Netflix divulgou, no último sábado (25/9) durante o TUDUM , um teaser da série  “Rebelde”,  reboot da novela homônima, conhecida no Brasil nas versões mexicana e brasileira. No vídeo, os atores cantam o clássico “ Rebelde “, eternizado pelo  RBD .  A série está com duas temporadas confirmadas na plataforma, com estreia marcada para 2022.

A série “Rebelde” da Netflix  não é um remake da novela  – que teve as versões brasileira e mexicana exibidas no Brasil. Trata-se de um  reboot , com uma nova geração de estudantes do Elite Way School. Além do mesmo colégio, o caráter nostálgico será garantido pelo uso de algumas músicas do grupo  RBD , criado na versão mexicana da novela, e pelo retorno da personagem Celina, interpretada por  Estefanía Villarreal .

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The group will perform in 26 cities across the U.S., Mexico, and Brazil

Tickets on sale starting january 27 at 10:00 am brazil, 12:00 pm in the united states, and at 2:00 pm in mexico on soyrebelde.world.

The paradigm-breaking, multigenerational phenomenon RBD—still one of the most relevant and important groups in contemporary pop music and culture—will embark on one of the most awaited tours in history to celebrate their 20-year legacy, produced by T6H Entertainment and Live Nation. This record-breaking trek will include 26 cities across the United States, Mexico, and Brazil. It will consist of 10 stadiums and 16 arenas, expecting a total audience of 700 thousand fans that will be witness to an unforgettable and unrepeatable moment in music history. Tickets for all dates will go on sale January 27 at 10:00 AM Brazil, 12:00 PM in the United States, and at 2:00 PM in Mexico. 

The tour’s first date will be a special one for the band and fans alike. It will be hosted at the Sun Bowl stadium in El Paso, Texas, located near the U.S./Mexico border. The 40 thousand seat stadium symbolizes RBD’s cross-cultural appeal and revolutionary impact on the culture which has brought many nations together. The group will play large stadiums in Dallas, Houston, Chicago, and Los Angeles, as well as iconic arenas like Madison Square Garden in New York, Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas, Viejas Arena in San Diego, among others. In Mexico, they will play the emblematic Foro Sol in Mexico City, while Allianz Parque in São Paulo and the Estádio Nilton Santos Engenhão in Río de Janeiro will host RBD in Brazil.  

TICKETS: Tickets for all tour dates will go on sale starting Friday, January 27 at 10:00 AM Brazil, 12:00 PM in the United States, and at 2:00 PM in Mexico at SoyRebelde.World .  

U.S. PRESALES: To ensure tickets get into the hands of fans, the tour has partnered with Ticketmaster’s Verified Fan platform in the U.S. on two unique presales (additional information on both below). Fans can register for both presales now through Sunday, January 22 at 11:59 pm ET. All U.S. tickets will be made available during the Verified Fan presale; any remaining U.S. tickets will be sold at the general public on sale beginning Friday, January 27, at 12:00 pm local time.   

CITI VERIFIED FAN: Citi is the official credit card of the Soy Rebelde Tour in the US. Citi cardmembers can take advantage of a special Citi Presale powered by Verified Fan opportunity for tour dates in the United States. Citi cardmembers can register on Thursday, January 19 at 8:00 pm EST through Sunday January 22 at 11:59 pm EST to unlock access to tickets and use their Citi card to complete the ticket purchase if verified. The Citi Presale begins Wednesday January 25 at 12:00 pm local time and will continue through Thursday January 26 at 11:45 am local time. To register for the Citi Presale powered by Verified Fan visit CitiVerifiedFan .  

GENERAL VERIFIED FAN: Registered fans who receive a code will have access to purchase tickets before the general public beginning Thursday, January 26 starting at 12:00 pm to 11:59 pm local time. Only fans that have received a unique code will have the chance to purchase tickets for performances on a first come, first served basis. To register for the General Verified Fan presale visit LiveNationVerifiedFan .  

Additionally, an official Discord channel has been unveiled at discord.gg/rbd where fans will get the chance to purchase NFTs that will be released along with the tour. 

BRAZIL – Exclusive presale for BRBCARD clients begins Tuesday, January 24 at 10:00 am local time through Eventim.com.br and 12:00 pm at the box office. Tickets go on sale to the general public on Friday, January 27 at 10:00 am local time on the web and 12:00 pm at the box office. 

MEXICO – Exclusive pre-sale for Citibanamex cardholders will begin on Thursday, January 26 at 2:00 pm local time through Ticketmaster.com.mx. Tickets go on sale to the general public on Friday, January 27 at 2:00 pm. 

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T6H Entertainment is a boutique entertainment agency specialized in artist management, creative show development and touring. Talent roster include RBD, Leon Leiden, Nanpa Básico, Esteman, Chiquis Rivera, Edith Marquez, among others. Visit @t6hent on Instagram  

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Live Nation Entertainment (NYSE: LYV) is the world’s leading live entertainment company comprised of global market leaders: Ticketmaster, Live Nation Concerts, and Live Nation Sponsorship. For additional information, visit www.livenationentertainment.com . 

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Why RBD’s Reunion Tour Exploded — And How Management Met Demand

"I was in disbelief," says T6H Entertainment CEO Guillermo Rosas. "I had in my hands the tour of the dreams of so many people."

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There is perhaps no hotter Latin music tour going on in the U.S. right now than RBD ’s Soy Rebelde tour, which will ultimately have the Mexican pop group play 54 arena and stadium dates across the United States, Colombia, Brazil and Mexico by the end of the year.

The highly-anticipated reunion tour — RBD disbanded in 2008 and have not played together since — is the brainchild of Guillermo Rosas , the Mexican-born manager and promoter who produced RBD’s international tours nearly two decades ago. Rosas — who also manages Chiquis Rivera , Estemán and Edith Márquez , among others — has been doggedly working for nearly a decade to reunite the group made up of Anahí Puente , Dulce Maria Espinoza , Christian Chavez , Maite Perroni and Christopher von Uckermann (the sixth member, Alfonso Herrera , didn’t join the reunion tour). The task was titanic, not only because RBD’s celebrity members all have careers and families of their own, but also because the rights to the RBD name were so entangled that the group’s music wasn’t even available on streaming platforms until 2020. 

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Still, the reunion has exceeded expectations. “We weren’t really counting on selling out so fast,” admits Rosas, who initially had routed 28 dates, which mushroomed minutes after tickets went on sale, with 1.5 tickets sold in the first 24 hours, according to Live Nation. 

It doesn’t stop there. RBD is also releasing new music — a first track, “Cerquita de ti,” came out in August — and more dates are being planned for 2024. In between RBD’s two sold-out Madison Square Garden dates (August 31 and September 1), Rosas earns the title of Billboard ‘s Executive of the Week — and explains how it all went down. 

I know you’ve been actively working to reunite these very different, and very busy, people for nearly a decade now. Once you finally got everyone in agreement about wanting to tour together, how did you finally lock it in?

We had been talking for at least six months about all the different situations, possibilities, conditions and circumstances that we needed to deal with. Obviously, there were a lot of family logistics because of kids and their schools. It was a lot of leg work to put together the ideal master plan that worked for everyone. Once that was done, and we had the schedule with holds, we had a dinner at Anahi’s home in Mexico City and we had the contracts in hand and ready in case everybody felt like signing right there. It’s a partnership, and no one makes more than anybody else, so it was the ideal situation. We talked about it for the last time over dinner, everyone was making their final statements. And then I said, “Well, everybody seems to be on board, let’s sign right now.” They said, “Oh my God, for real?”  And I said, “Yes, let’s make it happen.” And we took the contracts out and signed. We filmed everything with our cellphones, and that’s how we announced the tour. We posted that clip on social media. It was very exciting.

On a personal level, what was going through your head after so many years of working on this?

I was in disbelief. I had in my hands the tour of the dreams of so many people. The first person I called was my husband. The second person that I called was Hans [ Schafer , senior vp global touring for Live Nation]. And the third person I called was Jesus Lopez [the chairman/CEO of Universal Latin/Iberian Peninsula, with whom Rosas has a joint venture]. He had been so supportive with me over the years.

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I understand the initial dates sold out in hours. Were you prepared to scale? 

We had a routing ready but that routing was 28 shows, and now we’re doing 54. We weren’t planning for that. I had a few second holds, just in case, in places where the venues were smaller. But we weren’t really counting on selling out so fast and doing so many nights in one city. But when we went on sale, I had never experienced that in my life. First, because I had never been during an actual on-sale inside the Live Nation building, with 30 people connected from different places, including Ticketmaster and CAA. It’s a huge conference room with big screens and you can see everything as it happens, and how they release the on-sales in each location according to time zones. For example, we started with Madison Square Garden in New York, where I’m sitting right now. We had 12,000 tickets available and there were like 80,000 people connected online to buy, and you can see the average transaction. And every transaction had an average of four tickets. We called Madison Square Garden right away and booked the second night. Those nights went in like 40 minutes and there were so many people left out. 

Why didn’t you do Yankee Stadium in New York, for example? 

Because the very first time we came in 2016, Mexican pop wasn’t as big, so we decided on MSG. And sales started to go like that everywhere. In Los Angeles, for example, the BMO was gone in 15 minutes. So we added another date, and that was also gone. Within two hours, four shows were completely gone. We could have kept on adding shows but obviously the band couldn’t do more than four shows per week. That was our limit. 

Where were you creatively when you went on sale? 

I had a set list proposed and we also had a pre-design that doesn’t look like anything it does today. It was great and it was big, but not as big as it is now. The production grew probably three to four times. 

Obviously, this will be big business. But personally, how important is it for you to have put this together?

This was not about money for anyone. Obviously, we like the business and the business needed to make sense. But that has never been strong enough to make this happen. Throughout the years, we’ve gotten multi-million dollar offers to do all kinds of things with RBD. And it just had never been considered. None of them collectively ever considered anything. For us, it’s a dream come true. We are all very spiritual and very energy-oriented souls, and we just knew we needed to gift this to the fans and to themselves. Because I think all five of them see it as a gift to their hearts. The universe giving them the possibility to do this twice. 

Why did you decide to go with Live Nation versus another promoter? 

Among all the different promoters across that world that I’ve worked with, I really liked their transparency, and obviously Hans has the vision for this group that he’s shared with me for years. So in that sense, working with someone like Hans who understands where we want to take this and really believed in it was important. For example, independent promoters would tell me, “Oh, let’s not risk a stadium. Alfonso isn’t in the group, let’s do another venue.” But Hans never doubted it, so I felt very comfortable.

Are you announcing new dates for 2024? 

We’re hoping to. We said we’d let the tour run for a couple of weeks, and we have a potential plan for 2024, and then we’ll be discussing it in the next couple of weeks. We don’t have a solid plan, but that’s how RBD is. It’s always a surprise. But I hope we do. Especially because there are so many fans in places like Spain, Eastern Europe, Chile and Argentina. We’re only visiting four countries out of 19 we did back then, so there is a lot to cover to make the world happy. 

Although all the group members are stars in their own right, none of them have really been on stage in 15 years. Were you worried?

It’s something they have in their DNA. It’s amazing. They get on a stage and they turn it on so easily. They’re natural stars and they’ve been around cameras so long that it’s so natural to them. Also, there is something about them that clicks when they’re together. They all have the magic on their own, but when they’re all on stage it’s an explosion. And people love it.

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RBD's Soy Rebelde Tour Is the Nostalgic Experience We Need

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After 15 long years, RBD are officially back! The beloved Mexican pop group — which was born out of the 2005 telenovela "Rebelde" and includes Anahí, Christian Chávez, Dulce María, Maite Perroni, and Christopher von Uckermann — reunited earlier this year for one final tour, the Soy Rebelde Tour. On Sunday, they descended upon San Francisco's Chase Center, where they were met by thousands of fans dressed in miniskirts, white button-ups, red blazers, and knee-high boots.

Although it's been years since RBD's last performance (and Alfonso Herrera is notably sitting out the tour), it was almost like no time had passed as the band transported the crowd back to Elite Way School with an emotional two-hour set of their greatest hits. "Thank you for not forgetting us. Thank you for making dreams come true tonight," Anahí passionately shouted to the audience in Spanish. "Thank you for keeping us in your hearts all these years," Dulce María joined in. "May today be a wonderful, unique gift outside of everything bad that is happening in the world. Let's enjoy this night like never before. Thank you for being here."

RBD kicked off the night with an energetic performance of their hits "Tras de Mí," "Un Poco de Tu Amor," "Aún Hay Algo," and "Otro Día Que Va." They also sprinkled in their new song, "Cerquita de Ti," before Anahí, Perroni, and Dulce María took over the stage and launched into a fiery girl-power medley of "Así Soy Yo," "Cuando El Amor Se Acaba," and "Fuego." "Believe it or not, we did not think this could be a reality," Perroni told the crowd. "So many things happened for us to to be able to be here on stage together that we are truly grateful for each and every one of you."

"Today, in this divided world with so much pain, with so many things that break our hearts every day, I hope that with these two hours, we can forget about everything and embrace our child from 2005."

"You believed in us, you believed in the words we told you, and hopefully, we have planted a drop of hope in your hearts," Anahí added. "Today, in this divided world with so much pain, with so many things that break our hearts every day, I hope that with these two hours, we can forget about everything and embrace our child from 2005."

Von Uckermann and Chávez then rejoined the group on stage and performed "Me Voy," "Dame," "A Tu Lado," and "Qué Hay Detrás," until it was Chávez's time to shine. Accompanied by a mariachi, Chávez delivered a tear-jerking solo performance of the band's bilingual song "Tu Amor," which was arguably one of the most emotional moments of the night.

"This is concert number 22 of the tour, and dude, I'm being myself," Chávez, who came out as gay shortly before the group split in 2009, proudly exclaimed. "Really, it doesn't matter how long you have to wait. Look, I turned 40 and I'm just now making my dream come true. Everything is possible, everything passes. Difficult moments also pass. Surely, we have all gone through moments in which we feel alone, we feel that we are worthless, we feel that we do not contribute anything in the world. Your life is very important and you deserve a lot. If there are people who don't see it, screw them."

Anahí also gave a chilling solo performance of her hit "Sálvame," and the fans' screaming reactions brought her to tears. "Thank you to God for this night. Thank you to God for RBD," Anahí told the crowd as she dropped to her knees. "Thank you for letting me say goodbye to the one thing I've loved doing the most in my life. I love you!"

And of course, RBD saved the best for last, closing out the show with "Nuestro Amor" and an encore of "Rebelde." The entire audience were on their feet as red-and-white tie-shaped confetti poured throughout the stadium — and for a moment, we were all transported back to the 2000s.

RBD's next show is in San Diego on Oct. 13, with the tour officially wrapping in Mexico City on Dec. 21. Ahead, check out the setlist and pictures from the Soy Rebelde Tour.

RBD Soy Rebelde Tour Setlist

  • "Tras de Mí"
  • "Un Poco de Tu Amor"
  • "Cerquita de Ti"
  • "Aún Hay Algo"
  • "Otro Día Que Va"
  • "Así Soy Yo"
  • "Cuando El Amor Se Acaba"
  • "Inalcanzable"
  • "Tenerte y Quererte"
  • "Y No Puedo Olvidarte"
  • "Para Olvidarte de Mí"
  • "A Tu Lado"
  • "Qué Hay Detrás"
  • "Celestial"
  • "Bésame Sin Miedo"
  • "Ser o Parecer"
  • "Futuro Ex-Novio"
  • "Qué Fue del Amor"
  • "Este Corazón"
  • "Empezar Desde Cero"
  • "Solo Quédate En Silencio"
  • "Nuestro Amor"

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In an announcement on the band's website and Twitter, RBD made a small preview of the places it will visit on its 2023 world tour with a map of America that indicates the different stops with red dots.

"Calling all fans! We have a date this Jan. 19. Stay tuned to our social media and the soyrebelde.world site," the band wrote on Twitter, saying the full list of stops had yet to be released.

Among the cities on the map include Los Angeles, Las Vegas, El Paso, Chicago, Arlington, Monterrey, Guadalajara, Houston, Mexico City, New York, Miami, Rio de Janeiro, and São Paulo.

These cities are also listed on the website with the addresses of the venues. 

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Latin American fans are waiting for the official announcement on Jan. 19, as it is still unknown if RBD will visit other cities in the region outside of Brazil. 

On tour while pregnant 

Maite Perroni, who played Lupita in the series, recently announced that she is expecting a baby with her partner, Andres Tovar. 

With messages like "baby we are waiting for you with all the love in the world, your aunts and uncles. We love you from the first second and I will always be here for you" and "Ay ay ay. congratulations! What a thrill!" the other band members shared their excitement over the news. 

The artist's fans also received the baby announcement with excitement, as they hope to see her performing the best hits of RBD with her pregnant belly. The pregnancy will not prevent the singer from performing the planned shows for 2023.

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After 15 long years, RBD are officially back! The beloved Mexican pop group — which was born out of the 2005 telenovela "Rebelde" and includes Anahí, Christian Chávez, Dulce María, Maite Perroni, and Christopher von Uckermann — reunited earlier this year for one final tour, the Soy Rebelde Tour. On Sunday, they descended upon San Francisco's Chase Centre, where they were met by thousands of fans dressed in miniskirts, white button-ups, red blazers, and knee-high boots.

Although it's been years since RBD's last performance (and Alfonso Herrera is notably sitting out the tour), it was almost like no time had passed as the band transported the crowd back to Elite Way School with an emotional two-hour set of their greatest hits. "Thank you for not forgetting us. Thank you for making dreams come true tonight," Anahí passionately shouted to the audience in Spanish. "Thank you for keeping us in your hearts all these years," Dulce María joined in. "May today be a wonderful, unique gift outside of everything bad that is happening in the world. Let's enjoy this night like never before. Thank you for being here."

RBD kicked off the night with an energetic performance of their hits "Tras de Mí," "Un Poco de Tu Amor," "Aún Hay Algo," and "Otro Día Que Va." They also sprinkled in their new song, "Cerquita de Ti," before Anahí, Perroni, and Dulce María took over the stage and launched into a fiery girl-power medley of "Así Soy Yo," "Cuando El Amor Se Acaba," and "Fuego." "Believe it or not, we did not think this could be a reality," Perroni told the crowd. "So many things happened for us to to be able to be here on stage together that we are truly grateful for each and every one of you."

"Today, in this divided world with so much pain, with so many things that break our hearts every day, I hope that with these two hours, we can forget about everything and embrace our child from 2005."

"You believed in us, you believed in the words we told you, and hopefully, we have planted a drop of hope in your hearts," Anahí added. "Today, in this divided world with so much pain, with so many things that break our hearts every day, I hope that with these two hours, we can forget about everything and embrace our child from 2005."

Von Uckermann and Chávez then rejoined the group on stage and performed "Me Voy," "Dame," "A Tu Lado," and "Qué Hay Detrás," until it was Chávez's time to shine. Accompanied by a mariachi, Chávez delivered a tear-jerking solo performance of the band's bilingual song "Tu Amor," which was arguably one of the most emotional moments of the night.

"This is concert number 22 of the tour, and dude, I'm being myself," Chávez, who came out as gay shortly before the group split in 2009, proudly exclaimed. "Really, it doesn't matter how long you have to wait. Look, I turned 40 and I'm just now making my dream come true. Everything is possible, everything passes. Difficult moments also pass. Surely, we have all gone through moments in which we feel alone, we feel that we are worthless, we feel that we do not contribute anything in the world. Your life is very important and you deserve a lot. If there are people who don't see it, screw them."

Anahí also gave a chilling solo performance of her hit "Sálvame," and the fans' screaming reactions brought her to tears. "Thank you to God for this night. Thank you to God for RBD," Anahí told the crowd as she dropped to her knees. "Thank you for letting me say goodbye to the one thing I've loved doing the most in my life. I love you!"

And of course, RBD saved the best for last, closing out the show with "Nuestro Amor" and an encore of "Rebelde." The entire audience were on their feet as red-and-white tie-shaped confetti poured throughout the stadium — and for a moment, we were all transported back to the 2000s.

RBD's next show is in San Diego on Oct. 13, with the tour officially wrapping in Mexico City on Dec. 21. Ahead, check out the setlist and pictures from the Soy Rebelde Tour.

RBD Soy Rebelde Tour Setlist

  • "Tras de Mí"
  • "Un Poco de Tu Amor"
  • "Cerquita de Ti"
  • "Aún Hay Algo"
  • "Otro Día Que Va"
  • "Así Soy Yo"
  • "Cuando El Amor Se Acaba"
  • "Inalcanzable"
  • "Tenerte y Quererte"
  • "Y No Puedo Olvidarte"
  • "Para Olvidarte de Mí"
  • "A Tu Lado"
  • "Qué Hay Detrás"
  • "Celestial"
  • "Bésame Sin Miedo"
  • "Ser o Parecer"
  • "Futuro Ex-Novio"
  • "Qué Fue del Amor"
  • "Este Corazón"
  • "Empezar Desde Cero"
  • "Solo Quédate En Silencio"
  • "Nuestro Amor"

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From telenovela to global sensation: RBD reunites to give fans a night of nostalgia

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Fans with red blazers, ties and half-buttoned white dress shirts shuffled into BMO Stadium to experience the reunification of beloved Mexican telenovela pop group RBD.

Seventeen years after their first U.S. performance, RBD returned to Los Angeles to close out their U.S. leg of the Soy Rebelde tour. RBD made BMO Stadium history with four consecutive sold-out nights, according to a representative from Live Nation.

“It took us around eight years to make this happen,” said band member Christopher von Uckermann.

Von Uckermann played the role of Diego Bustamante on the “Rebelde” show, which first aired in 2005. The Mexican teen drama was a hit across Latin America. The telanovela was a remake of a 2002 Argentine show of the same name.

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“There were four band members in Argentina and they played in different markets like Israel or Egypt. They had followers in different parts of the world, but I believe Mexicans have that magic,” Von Uckermann said.

The common thread throughout the show, besides its cheeky unpredictability, was a love of music among a group of students who formed a band called Rebelde, better known as RBD.

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The band’s popularity extended beyond the walls of its fictional private school, Elite Way, and though other remakes of the show existed in India, Portugal, Chile, Brazil and Greece, none were as successful as the Mexican remake. It even surpassed its Argentine predecessor in popularity.

Made up of members Von Uckermann, Anahí, Maite Perroni, Dulce María, Christian Chávez and Alfonso Herrera, the group recorded music in Spanish, English and Portuguese. In their five years together, the band released a total of nine studio albums with some receiving multiple gold, platinum and diamond certifications.

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“Rebelde is a phenomenon,” Von Uckermann said.

While members parted ways, embarking on their own individual singing and acting careers, Von Uckermann felt that the journey was not over.

“I think it was part of destiny, to be honest. All the massive [fan] energy wanted us to perform live [again],” said Von Uckermann.

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The energy to reunite was reportedly sparked by the group’s album availability on streaming platforms.

On Sept. 3, 2020, Spotify announced that RBD’s music would be available for streaming after a licensing issue was resolved by RBD manager Guillermo Rosas.

In an interview with Billboard , the group revealed that they got together on Zoom during the pandemic to discuss the possibility of a reunion where all members could be equal partners. However, Von Uckermann shared that talks for a reunion tour began as early as 2015.

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“We had like eight chats in WhatsApp, and we were constantly talking, because it was harder to see each other [in person]. [Members] were very busy shooting a TV series or working on their albums,” he said.

After eight years, all but one of the six original members agreed to a reunion tour (member Alfonso Herrera is not touring with the group). Four months later, the long-awaited, 15-year reunion was brought to life at Sun Bowl Stadium in El Paso on Aug. 25.

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“It’s like this big giant just woke up because RBD never died,” Von Uckermann said.

Sarahi Montoya waited 15 years for the reunion, even dyeing her hair red to match her favorite member, Dulce María.

“Besides being very pretty and famous, Dulce María has always been humble and maintains herself rooted in her ideals, and never steers away from them,” said Montoya.

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Montoya had tickets to see RBD in Mexico City during their last tour in 2008 but unexpectedly moved when her family received U.S. visas.

“I had to let go of my ticket and they had already toured the U.S. so I couldn’t attend a concert until now. Finally, I am going to see them,” Montoya said.

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Brian Pereira was 4 years old when he got hooked on the “Rebelde” show.

“I didn’t understand the concept of time at [that age], so I would go downstairs and I’d be like, ‘Ma, ya esta la novela, ya esta la novela,’ ” said Pereira.

The reunion brought feelings of nostalgia for Pereira, who remembers the fan craze years ago.

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“It’s my childhood. [RBD] was the first thing I was ever a fan of and I just always remember going to the swap meet and getting their perfume or like buying their gum, buying their ice creams with their stickers,” Pereira said.

Attending the concert is finally putting Periera’s inner child at ease.

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“I am giving him what he always wanted, to be here in this moment, to sing the songs that have always made me feel happy. Songs that I like, that are part of my life. Songs that have gotten me through hard times,” said Periera.

As the band closes out their U.S. Soy Rebelde tour, Von Uckermann acknowledged that this moment of reunification would not have been possible without the continued support of fans.

“RBD is not RBD without followers. It’s real. I see their faces, how excited they are, and now I understand why it’s worth all this.”

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The musical band RBD emerges in 2004 after the success of the Mexican soap opera “Rebelde”, made up by its protagonists Anahí, Chistian Chávez, Dulce María, Maite Perroni, Christopher Von Uckermann and Alfonso Herrera; but soon they left the small screen in order to write in the world of Pop Music in Spanish, a reality that overcame fiction. Their debut album ‘Rebelde’ (2004), gave off great radio hits in Mexico: "Rebelde", "Solo Quédate En Silencio", "Sálvame" and "Un Poco De Tu Amor". And soon it became Gold Record, then Platinum and later on Diamond Record for more that 500,000 copies sold in Mexico. After the success, ‘Rebelde’ is published in a Portuguese version for Brazil. From the first band’s tour called "Tour Generación RBD", a CD and DVD were released and received a Platinum Record in Mexico. A year later, RBD releases into the market their second production ‘Nuestro Amor’, which brands the band’s evolution since its formation. Shockingly, after selling 127 thousand units, the album earned a Platinum Record just 7 hours after being released for sale in Mexico. In May 2006, the album is published in Portuguese under the name ‘Nosso Amor Rebelde’, obtaining Double Platinum Record for more than 80 thousand copies sold in Brazil. ‘Live In Hollywood’ is the second live album by RBD, recorded during their first show in Los Angeles at the Pantages Theatre, as part of their world tour Tour Generación 2006. The album got a Double Platinum Record in the United States and Gold Record in Mexico. During their US tour, RBD performed in front of 65, 000 people at the Coliseum in Los Angeles, selling every single ticket for the stadium in just a matter of 30 minutes and becoming the second show with the highest income in the venue’s history (right after The Rolling Stones). The band sold out every show in their opening tour around the United States, from Madison Square Garden in New York to the American Airlines Arena in Miami. Later on, RBD returns to Rio de Janeiro in October 2006 to become the first Spanish-speaking band to give a show as main artist in the history of the Maracaná Stadium, the largest in the world, before 120,000 fans. The DVD ‘Live in Río’ premiered one year later in Brazil, the United States and Mexico. ‘Celestial’, their third album arrives in November 2006, catapulting the band on a global level standing out with a Gold Record in Romania, Spain, Chile and Ecuador, as well as Platinum and Gold Records in Mexico. If it wasn’t enough, they conquered the American audience, reaching #1 on the Billboard Latin Pop Albums. In Brazil, the success replicated, placing them in #1 on the main charts, thus, a month later, Celestial was also published in Portuguese, debuting on place #17 of the Albums Top 30. After a successful world tour, where they sold more than 10 million tickets and after having consolidated as a success in the United States, RBD releases in 2006 their English album ‘Rebels’. With songs composed by Grammy Nominee, Diane Warren [she has worked with Aerosmith, Toni Braxton, Starship] with songs like “Tu Amor '' and “I Wanna Be The Rain”, RBD gets Gold Record in Mexico, Spain and Japan. Carrying on with global live hits, RBD releases on that same year their album ‘Tour Celestial 2007. Hecho en España’, recorded at Vicente Calderón Stadium in Madrid, in front of 40 thousand spectators. In a short, yet overwhelming career that started back in 2004 and kept on going until 2009, RBD became spokespersons for ecological and environmental causes, besides showing their pride for the Mexican heritage. Appropriately, RBD was asked to record the track "México, México", a great radio hit and official song of the Mexican Football Team for FIFA’s 2006 World Cup. ‘Empezar Desde Cero’, their fifth production [2007], obtained four Platinum and Gold Records in Mexico, Double Platinum in Venezuela, Platinum in Colombia, and Gold Record in countries such as Brazil, Argentina and Spain. Tracks like “Inalcanzable” and “Empezar Desde Cero”, got to #2 on Billboard Latin Pop Songs in the United States and #1 in Bolivia, respectively. Later on, their live album, ‘Live in Brasilia’, was recorded in front of half a million spectators at the Ministries Esplanade during Brasilia’s anniversary celebrations, in Brazil. Their sixth and final studio album, ‘Para Olvidarte De Mí’ [2009], without any doubt, was a bittersweet experience for their fans, in which they were bidding farewell to the musical scene in a more than successful way, positioning themselves as #3 of the Top 100 Albums of AMPROFON in Mexico, as well as #3 on the Billboard Latin Pop Albums for six consecutive weeks. From Mexico, Colombia, Chile and Brasil, and all the way to Italy, Turkey, United Kingdom, Japan, the United States and Spain, RBD broke the language barrier and imposed records, becoming the first Spanish speaking band to sell out the Maracaná Stadium in Brazil in 2006, as a main artist; besides being the most successful Latin-American band and bestselling for the more than 10 million albums that they sold on a global level, and the more than 10 million tickets they sold during their shows around the world. Nowadays, RBD musical legacy continues through the love and memories from their fans in the more than 150 official fan clubs they have in different latitudes. RBD, bring back the music!

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    A Soy Rebelde Tour foi a quinta e última turnê do grupo pop mexicano, RBD. [1] [2] [3] A turnê marca o reencontro do grupo quinze anos após sua última série de shows e celebra toda a discografia do grupo.[4] [5] Foi anunciada oficialmente em 19 de janeiro de 2023 e é a única turnê do grupo que não contou com a participação do integrante Alfonso Herrera.

  3. Agenda de shows RBD

    Prepare-se para o próximo show de RBD, descubra a provável setlist antes de RBD subir no palco. ... Artistas famosos em turnê Portugal e mais Setlists recentes; RBD Concertos Prepare-se para o próximo show de RBD. Início. RBD. Último Show. 21 Dez 23. Estadio Azteca. Mexico City, México.

  4. RBD Tickets, Tour Dates & Concerts 2024 & 2023

    RBD tour dates and tickets 2023-2024 near you. RBD will be performing near you at Greensboro Coliseum Complex on Sunday 03 September 2023 as part of their tour, and are scheduled to play 52 concerts across 4 countries in 2023-2024. View all concerts. Songkick is the first to know of new tour announcements, dates and concert information, so if ...

  5. RBD's Soy Rebelde Tour: How to Get Tickets, Dates, Set List

    RBD is heading on tour. The group will visit a number of cities in the U.S., Mexico and Brazil in 2023. Here's how to get tickets, the set list and more.

  6. RBD Reveals 'Soy Rebelde' World Tour Dates and Cities

    RBD is back and bigger than ever for their much-anticipated "Soy Rebelde" world tour. The Mexican pop group will once again take the stage for a global trek across 26 cities in North, Central ...

  7. RBD

    Repertório / set list OFICIAL da turnê Soy Rebelde Tour 2023 do grupo RBD. Ideal para quem quer ir treinando e aprendendo as novas canções para o show em nov...

  8. RBD Reveals 'Soy Rebelde' World Tour Dates and Cities

    RBD is back and bigger than ever for their much-anticipated "Soy Rebelde" world tour. The Mexican pop group will once again take the stage for a global trek across 26 cities in North, Central ...

  9. Soy Rebelde Tour

    The Soy Rebelde Tour (English: I'm Rebellious Tour) is the fifth and final planned concert tour by Mexican pop group RBD. The tour had stops in North and South America, beginning on August 25, 2023, at Sun Bowl Stadium in El Paso, Texas, concluding on December 21, 2023, at Estadio Azteca, Mexico City.. This tour marked the group's first since their Tour del Adiós (2008) took place fifteen ...

  10. RBD announces new tour stops

    January 26, 2023 5:13 PM EST. RBD will be performing in arenas and stadiums this year, following a 15-year break. The Soy Rebelde Tour will reunite five of the six founding band members ...

  11. RBD Tour: A Dazzling Journey in Latin Pop

    The monumental success of the RBD tour is a testament to the group's exhaustive preparation. Their trademark stagecraft is renowned, unique signatures etched into every performance that electrifies the atmosphere. 2.3 Creation of the RBD Tour Setlist: A Blend of New and Old. The creation of the RBD Tour setlist is a marvel in itself.

  12. RBD Tickets, 2024 Concert Tour Dates

    Furthermore, their 2005 albums Rebelde, Nuestro Amor and the live Tour Generación RBD en Vivo took three of the four nominations for Best Pop Album of the Year at the 2006 Billboard Latin Music Awards, with Rebelde winning. Fan fervor quickly spread to South America and led the group to re-record both albums in Portuguese for Brazilian fans.

  13. 'Rebelde' Band RBD Confirmed 2023 Reunion And Possible Tour

    After embarking on multiple world tours, RBD called it quits in 2009. In 2020, four members of RBD briefly reunited to record the single "Siempre He Estado Aquí." The line-up that included ...

  14. RBD Launches International 'Soy Rebelde' Tour

    RBD Announces International 'Soy Rebelde' Tour. Tickets for all dates will go on sale January 27 at 12:00 PM in the United States. The paradigm-breaking, multigenerational phenomenon RBD ...

  15. RBD: Christopher revela por quais países passará a turnê

    por Leonardo Torres 01/10/2021, 12:21. (Foto: Divulgação) O cantor e ator Christopher von Uckermann deu uma entrevista em uma live nesta semana e entregou mais detalhes das negociações para a turnê do RBD. Segundo o mexicano, a agenda de shows está prevista para a América Latina. Ele citou Estados Unidos, Brasil, Chile, Argentina e México.

  16. RBD Launch International Soy Rebelde Tour 2023

    Tickets On Sale Starting January 27 at 10:00 AM Brazil, 12:00 PM in the United States, and at 2:00 PM in Mexico on SoyRebelde.World. The paradigm-breaking, multigenerational phenomenon RBD—still one of the most relevant and important groups in contemporary pop music and culture—will embark on one of the most awaited tours in history to ...

  17. Why RBD's Reunion Tour Exploded

    The highly-anticipated reunion tour — RBD disbanded in 2008 and have not played together since — is the brainchild of Guillermo Rosas, the Mexican-born manager and promoter who produced RBD ...

  18. RBD Soy Rebelde Tour

    RBD's next show is in San Diego on Oct. 13, with the tour officially wrapping in Mexico City on Dec. 21. Ahead, check out the setlist and pictures from the Soy Rebelde Tour.

  19. RBD announces the first cities on its new tour

    We have a date this Jan. 19. Stay tuned to our social media and the soyrebelde.world site," the band wrote on Twitter, saying the full list of stops had yet to be released. Among the cities on the map include Los Angeles, Las Vegas, El Paso, Chicago, Arlington, Monterrey, Guadalajara, Houston, Mexico City, New York, Miami, Rio de Janeiro, and ...

  20. RBD Soy Rebelde Tour

    RBD's next show is in San Diego on Oct. 13, with the tour officially wrapping in Mexico City on Dec. 21. Ahead, check out the setlist and pictures from the Soy Rebelde Tour.

  21. RBD makes BMO Stadium history with four straight sold-out shows

    Seventeen years after their first U.S. performance, RBD returned to Los Angeles to close out their U.S. leg of the Soy Rebelde tour. RBD made BMO Stadium history with four consecutive sold-out ...

  22. RBD: álbuns, músicas, playlists

    The musical band RBD emerges in 2004 after the success of the Mexican soap opera "Rebelde", made up by its protagonists Anahí, Chistian Chávez, Dulce María, Maite Perroni, Christopher Von Uckerman.. RBD. fãs 458870 ... During their US tour, RBD performed in front of 65, 000 people at the Coliseum in Los Angeles, selling every single ...

  23. RBD's Soy Rebelde Tour First Concert: Here's the Full Setlist

    If you're one of the lucky people who was able to score a ticket, get ready for your karaoke moment! 1. Tras de mi. 2. Un poco de tu amor. 3. Cerquita de tí.

  24. 10 Best Fully Guided Tours in Portugal 2024/2025

    Fully Guided Tours & Trips in Portugal. Find the right fully guided tour for you in Portugal. There are 248 trips to choose from, that range from 3 days in length, up to 17 days. The month with the most departures is September, making it the most popular time to visit Portugal.

  25. RBD

    Escucha el álbum "Tour Generación RBD en Vivo" en tu plataforma streaming favorita: https://UniversalMusicMexico.lnk.to/RBDGeneracion Suscríbete al canal d...