Mexican Pop Group RBD Is Kicking Off Their Massive Comeback Tour In El Paso
Hundreds of people braved the cold as they waited in line outside of Downtown El Paso Bar, Hush Hush, for a very special announcement from the popular Latin Pop group, RBD aka Rebelde.
I can’t find the post anywhere, but I’m almost certain that a few weeks back Hush Hush had teased that they would have an announcement at their bar regarding the Latin pop band. They were very... Hush Hush about the full details though. ;)
Despite vague details on the announcement, fans were quick to add the date to their calendars and from the looks of it, these fans did not forget.
RBD fans crammed into the bar and cheered as the announcement was made that the pop group would be starting their 26-date comeback tour “Soy Rebelde Tour” right here in El Paso at the Sun Bowl Stadium on August 25th.
Who is RBD?
That was the one consistent question on social media from people who were probably too young for the Rebelde telenovela era or for people who just love hating.
Regardless, RBD is a Latin pop group that first started off as a cast in the 2005 telenovela, Rebelde.
The premise of the show was six teenagers with different lives and personalities attended a prominent private school with only one thing in common: their vocation and passion for music.
The telenovela was a great promotion for the group since the telenovela gave rise to the great idea of forming the musical group RBD.
RBD became one of the most impressive groups in the Latin pop genre before splitting in 2008.
The Mexican pop band includes Anahí, Dulce María, Christian Chavez, Maite Perroni and Christopher von Uckermann (Alfonso Herrera will not join his bandmates.)
Soy Rebelde Tour:
The pop band is set to tour 10 stadiums and 16 arenas. They will visit Mexico, Brazil and the U.S in their 26-date stint.
The tour will kick off in El Paso, Texas, at the Sun Bowl Stadium on Aug. 25 and will make stops in key U.S. cities such as Chicago, New York, Miami and Los Angeles.
Tickets go on sale on Jan. 27 at 12 p.m.
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