RBD closes its tour in Mexico: ‘The illusion of being able to continue building something together remains’

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It has been a long time that Rebelde fans have had to wait to see the boys together on stage again. Exactly 15 years, on December 21, 2008, RBD said goodbye as a band in the old Palacio de los Deportes in Madrid before 15,000 spectatorsending a tour with which they said goodbye to more than four years as a group. AnahiMaite Perroni, Dulce María, Alfonso Herrera, Christian Chávez and Alfonso Herrera would never get on stage together again.

Over the years they have given us content, we have witnessed reunions of the band, publications on social networks… And above all, an announcement at the beginning of the year that left us all with our mouths open: RBD was once again more alive than ever and would begin a tour this year through different stadiums and arenas in the United States and Latin America. News that at first may have seemed like fantasy but became reality.

Featherweight and RBD, an unexpected union that has starred on the networks

Exactly a week ago the group put an end to the most anticipated reunion in recent years. There have been more than 50 dates in which I’m Rebel Tour has made history and has surprised even its members, who did not imagine such success. Their last concert was at the Azteca Stadium in Mexico City. The stadium had a capacity of more than 80,000 people. But the group filled Foro Sol for six nights starting November 30, attracting a total of about 390,000 people, according to promoter Ocesa.

Now, Maite Perroni has spoken with Billboard about this tour. “Now we see children who get excited and sing, who are the children of our fans. They make their parents come to the concerts because they want to be part of that story,” the group member begins to say in the interview.

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It has been very nice to meet again with so many people who have been part of our history for so many years now, 20 years, They say they are easy, but they are a lot of loyalty, love, affection. But it has been a great surprise to meet new generations, which is no longer just one generation, it is three generations! All of this has made me come to the conclusion that RBD is that powerful, loving, positive energy that moves the project,” the singer continued when talking about the tour.

When asked about the future of the group, Perroni It was clear: “It was beautiful! Of course the illusion of being able to continue building something together remains. We will see what destiny and life have in store for us; We don’t know today. “We are in a different process, in this closing cycle, finishing this tour in Mexico, at the Azteca Stadium, very excited and tremendously grateful.”

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Is It is very good news that the members are excited to continue doing projects. together Who knows? Maybe they are reconsidering not coming to Spain.


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