RBD is returning more potent than ever for their long-awaited “Soy Rebelde” world tour. The Mexican pop group will play in 26 cities across Central, North, and South America starting in August as part of an international tour.
SOY REBELDE TOUR ‼️‼️‼️ pic.twitter.com/E0HoRzAlVl— RBD (@DiaMundialDeRBD) January 20, 2023
The Live Nation-produced tour will commemorate RBD’s long 20-year history, which began when they appeared as a fictional band in “Rebelde,” the popular television show from 2004 to 2006. On January 27 at 10 a.m. in the U.S. and Brazil and 2 p.m. in Mexico, tickets for every show will go on sale simultaneously.
On January 25 and 26, tickets for the tour’s U.S. leg will also be offered through Verified Fan program by the Ticketmaster. Through a special invitation, Verified Fan membership will give early access to tickets.
Some Important Information about the “Soy Rebelde” world tour by RBD
The tour will begin at the Sun Bowl stadium in El Paso, Texas, close to the United States and Mexican border. From there, it will travel to stadiums in Dallas, Chicago, Houston, and Los Angeles, as well as arenas like Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas, Madison Square Garden in New York, and Viejas Arena in San Diego.
RBD will take place in Brazil at the Olympic Allianz Park in Sao Paulo and Stadium in Rio de Janeiro, while they will play in Mexico at the Foro Sol in Mexico City.
RBD manager Guillermo Rosas has promised that the band, which consists of Christian Chavez, Anah, Dulce Mara, Maite Perroni, and Christopher Uckermann, will put on an “epic show.”
Rosas, the tour’s executive producer, tells Variety that RBD “is a radical movement that has influenced two generations throughout the globe. I’ve been a member of RBD since its inaugural international tour in 2006, so witnessing the magic rekindle has been a dream come true. We are incredibly eager to take our performance on the road and unleash our imaginations.”
RBD was one of the top-selling Latin acts until their breakup in 2009; during that time, they played sold-out concerts worldwide and published nine studio albums in Portuguese, Spanish, and English.
RBD last performed live more than ten years ago (the group rejoined for a virtual concert in 2020). When rumors of a prospective reunion tour started circulating, the demand from fans was clear as hashtags like #RBDTour2023 started to take over social media.
In 2020, the band’s songs, including hits like “Ser o Parecer,” “Rebelde,” “Sálme,” and “Nuestro Amor,” were added to streaming services.
“It’s strange because it’s been 15 years, and no music or videos exist. In an interview with ET at the time, Chávez said, “It’s extraordinary that we’re getting all this attention from people again, but it’s also great. Every single one of us is quite pleased about it, proving that pop music and rebels are still around, just in different generations.”
The Date & Venues of the “Soy Rebelde“ World Tour
|August 25||Sun Bowl Stadium, in El Paso|
|August 27||Minute Maid Park, in Houston|
|September 1||MSG in New York|
|September 3||Greensboro Coliseum Complex, Greensboro|
|September 8||Guaranteed Red Field in Chicago|
|September 10||Ball Arena in Denver|
|September 13||Desert Diamond Arena in Phoenix|
|September 14||MGM Grand Arena in las Vegas|
|September 22||Miami-Dade Arena in Miami|
|September 23||Amway Center in Orlando|
|September 24||Lakewood Amphitheatre in Atlanta|
|September 27||Bert Ogden Arena in Edinburg|
|September 30||Globe Life Field in Arlington|
|October 1||Moody Center in Austin|
|October 6||Sap Center in San Jose|
|October 7||Golden 1 Center in Sacramento|
|October 8||Chase Center in San Fransisco|
|October 13||Viejas Arena in San Diego|
|October 15||Save Mart Center in Fresno|
|October 19||Banc of California Stadium in Los Angeles|
|November 17||Allianz Parque in San Paulo|
|November 19||Est. Nilton Santos Engenhão in Rio De Janerio|
|November 24||Estadio Mobil Super in Monterrey|
|November 26||Estadio 3 de Marzo in Guadalajara|
|December 1||Foro Sol in Cuidad de Mexico|