Nearly 20 years since their debut, RBD has made great music Parashenpre.
The Mexican pop group, consisting of Dulce Maria, Anahi, Maite Peroni, Christian Chavez, and Christopher von Ackermann (“Ozark” star Alfonso Herrera will not be joining the bandmates), starred in the Spanish-language teen drama Rebelde in 2004. (featuring members of the group) will embark on their first tour since their disbandment in 2009.
Beginning in August at the Sun Bowl Stadium in El Paso, Texas, the band will perform in 26 cities across the United States, Mexico and Brazil on their Soi Rebelde Tour.
RBD member and actor Peroni told Billboard, “It’s a new era that really excites us, a new opportunity to share the stage again and feel a unique energy.” One person had to focus on his career as an actor and musician, which meant giving these projects a lot of time, energy and dedication.”
She added: Now that I’m an adult, I can enjoy it from a different perspective. ”
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RBD released five studio albums during its five-year run and recorded albums in English and Portuguese. The band’s last album, Para Olvidarte de Mí (To Forget About Me), peaked at number three on Billboard’s Latin Pop Albums chart.
The show that spawned the band, Rebelde, followed a group of music-loving students attending Elite Way School, a fictional boarding school in Mexico. The show ran from his 2004 to his 2006, and in 2022, Netflix resumed the series for a new generation of viewers.
Von Uckermann told Rolling Stone that he “never envisioned” returning to RBD, but now sees the band’s influence in a different way.
“There’s been a lot of learning and we’ve expressed something very big,” von Ackermann told the outlet. We want to thank the fans who continue to listen to our music throughout the years.
Tickets go on sale January 27th at SoyRebelde.World.
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