Rebelde is set to kick off their reunion international excursion in El Paso

EL PASO, Texas (KVIA) —Mexican pop organization Rebelde, also called RBD, is kicking off its “Soy Rebelde Tour” with its first forestall Friday night time, Aug. 25, at the Sun Bowl Stadium.

Tickets are still on sale starting from $93 to $1,300 (resale tickets and ground seats), plus expenses. Tickets are available at Ticketmaster.Com.

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Doors are set to open at five:30 pm. And the concert is anticipated to start at 7:00 pm.

 

Be positive to arrive early for parking and don’t forget the Sun Bowl Stadium has a strict clean or small bag coverage.

 

Produced by using Live Nation, the tour will celebrate the 20-12 months history of RBD, which kicked off as a fictional band in the Mexican tv soap opera “Rebelde” from 2004 to 2006. It will take them across 26 cities within the United States, Central America and South America.

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By Jhone Marky

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