RBD comes to our region! In this article, we will tell you everything about the arrival of this emblematic band. Here are the things we know about the RBD tour in Latin America.
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Did you grow up during the 2000s? Well, there is no doubt that there is a band that will surely touch your heart: RBD. This Mexican pop group was created in October 2004, while they had separated in 2008. However, in 2020 they had an announcement that generated a lot of excitement among their fans: they returned with 4 of their official members.
Basically, it was about Anahí, Maite Perroni, Cristopher von Uckermann, Cristian Chávez and Dulce María, while Alfonso Herrera has not confirmed his participation. They have received many important nominations and awards, such as the Billboard Latin Music Awards, the Lo Nuestro Awards or the Latin Grammys.
And they recently announced a Latin American tour! Basically, they had already been to this region in their days of popularity. However, through their networks they announced that they would do several shows again in different countries, such as the United States, Brazil, Spain, Chile, Colombia, Mexico, and Peru.
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Basically, this would be the band's second reunion, since in 2020 they had announced that they were returning, but they could not do shows due to the pandemic. Regarding expectations, it is speculated that, in reality, all will be part of the tour, despite the fact that some chose not to be "officially" present.
A clear case occurs with Dulce María. She had decided to archive all the photos and videos on her Instagram account. Similarly, she deleted her profile picture. However, it was later confirmed that she would be part of the tour, although it is not yet clear if she will return temporarily or permanently.
In the same way, she seems to be engaged, as she gave clues that she could be present in this announcement. Through a website known as Rebelde World, her followers will be able to sign up for “something special”. This page has a countdown with the date of January 19, 2023, with the phrase “Prepare your tie”, from the tour itself.
About Alfonso Herrera, there are no very clear indications. He is focused on his acting career, which is why he seems to have neither the time nor the inclination to focus on a new tour with his old band. For example, he has been part of the movie "¡Que viva México!", which will soon arrive at Netflix.
About the stadiums they could attend, the reality is that there are still no official confirmations. It is clear that in Mexico there will be a greater number of dates than in the rest of the countries, which could have a single function, since it is in this place where this mythical pop band originated (and began to gain popularity).
Regarding prices, there are no official confirmations either. In any case, it is estimated that, in the event that it is performed in a place like Foro Sol (as during the 2000s), the tickets could be cheaper than in the rest of the countries, since the band would not have to pay travel and accommodation expenses.
So, we would talk about the tickets being between 600 and 4,000 Mexican pesos, although there are still no official announcements. In the case of Colombia, they performed in 2005 in 3 different cities: Cali (Pascual Guerrero Stadium), Medellín (Atanasio Girardot Stadium) and Bogotá (Nemesio Camacho El Campín Stadium). In their shows, they managed to have more than 100,000 Colombian attendees, generally of a young age. Now, they will have grown up, so they will surely seek to feel the same emotions as when they were younger. The songs they played? Well, some like "Rebelde", "Santa no soy", "Solo quédate en silencio" and "Nuestro amor", among others.
So, we will have to see what happens regarding the confirmations on dates and prices on the tour in Latin America. However, the return of RBD makes all the fans happy.