In January, simultaneously on social media and at iconic locations in various cities in Mexico, the United States and Brazil, it was announced that RBD will embark on a major concert tour across US and Latin America, starting today in El Paso, Texas, and set to conclude on 21 December 2023, in Mexico City. The SOY REBELDE TOUR sold out within just 24 hours of ticket sales opening, with RBD having to add additional dates due to such high demand. 

After 15 years away from the spotlight, RBD, the biggest Latin pop group in the history, are back to reclaim their place at the top of the pop firmament. Many thought that this tour would be fueled only by nostalgia, but are now realizing that RBD remain a vital force in today’s global culture and music, returning stronger than ever and breaking records at a worldwide scale. There’s no precedent for a Latin tour with such demand and it will surely position RBD as one of the top global touring acts of the decade. 

RBD’s #SoyRebeldeTour announcement has registered over 5.2 million subscribers to and the tour announcement originated 1.6 billion impressions online in two days. The tour has broken every conceivable record to date for the sale of their #SoyRebeldeTour, selling more than 2 million tickets globally for 55 shows across US and Latin America.

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 US/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, where they will play 6 shows, which also broke records for the most shows on a single tour at the venue.