RBD members who will perform in Colombia on November 3, 4 and 5, 2023 (Courtesy of the press)
The concerts of the Mexican group RBD in Colombia have been a complete success in the country, so much so that the artists have managed to sell out the entire ticket office for three presentations in Medellín in record time. Despite this, fans of the rebels are still waiting for more dates to be announced, especially in other cities in the country. Local authorities in Cali anticipated that RBD could reach the capital of Valle del Cauca.
Luisa Fernanda W and her surprising imitation of ‘Mía Colucci’, a character played by Anahí in ‘Rebelde’
After announcing his concert tour that did not originally include Colombia, RBD ended up adding the country to his ‘Soy Rebelde Tour’ (2023) with two dates to perform
Well, after that on Wednesday, February 22, the pop band made up of Anahí, Maite Perroni, Dulce María, Christopher Uckermann and Christian Chávez sold out again in a matter of hours for the third date of their Soy Rebelde Tour 2023; the organizers of the event and the same group gave indications that there is a fourth date.
“Attention. The third date of the Soy Rebelde Tour is completely sold out. Fourth date?” They wrote from the official account of Ocesa Colombia, organizers of the event. While from the official RBD networks the message after the new sold out was “One more record!! Colombia, they are amazing! See you soon on the Soy Rebelde Tour”.
Ocesa anticipates the fourth date of RBD in Colombia
With these new clues that open up the possibilities for a fourth date in the country, the fans who have not yet been able to purchase their tickets and who reside in cities other than Medellín, demand that the group and businessmen announce new dates for Soy Rebelde Tour in Colombia, whether in other cities.
RBD sold out the presale for its third date in Medellín in 50 minutes: “This must be a record”
After all the tickets that were intended for pre-sale ran out, the businessmen decided to advance the sale for the general public, which was scheduled for February 23.
In the midst of these claims for the rebels to possibly reach Bogotá, Cali, among other cities in the country, the Secretary of Security of the Valle del Cauca capital, Jimmy Dranguet Rodríguez, surprised with a publication that with just one word moved the fans of the group in that city.
“Cali?” Wrote the local official in a story on his official Instagram account, where he has almost 6,000 followers. The text was on an image with a black background in which only a red tie was visible, one of the most important symbols of the group that was born within the youth soap opera Rebelde and which, in fact, is also the image of the current tour international that promotes the band.
The publication of the Secretary of Security of Cali on the possible arrival of RBD in the city
Despite the publication of the Secretary of Security of Cali, neither the group nor the organizers have revealed more details about the possible fourth date of the Mexicans in Colombia. However, Jimmy Dranguet Rodríguez’s publication did move the caleños, since they remember that the three Medellín dates came after some publications made by the mayor Daniel Quintero suggesting that the band was going to the city.
Pre-sale of tickets for the second date of RBD in Medellín sold out in less than an hour this Monday
As of this Tuesday the 21st, the sale for the general public of tickets for the second date of Rebelde in Medellín will begin on September 4th; the boxes went up in price
The official has also received criticism that indicates that he should be more aware of the security situation in Cali than whether or not RBD is going to go through a scenario in the capital.
It is worth remembering that the three RBD shows in Medellín will be at the Atanasio Girardot stadium. On the other hand, as the Mexican group has been setting up more and more dates for their tour, speculation has begun about whether there will be more concerts in Medellín, but only time will confirm it, we will have to wait.
On the other hand, after the tickets for the first date were sold out, people who buy a lot of tickets to resell them later showed up with exorbitant prices. Authorities and experts in the area have recommended fans not to fall for these people, especially considering that the Mexican group announced a second date in the city.
Please do not buy resold tickets almost 10 months after a concert. The story of Bad Bunny is repeated, where hundreds of people were scammed. Pending more dates, additional capacity, etc. ”, trilled the MusicTrends event information portal.
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