The RBD #SoyRebeldeTour has carved its name in history, rewriting records and setting new milestones across its U.S. leg. This spectacular event has been a colossal celebration of RBD’s legendary 20-year legacy.
Starting its journey in El Paso, TX, at the Sun Bowl Stadium, just near the U.S./Mexico border, the tour immediately made waves. A staggering 40,000 fans gathered, setting an emotional tone for what was to come. From there, the tour became a series of historic moments, culminating in an epic four-night spectacle at the BMO Stadium in Los Angeles, where RBD became the first Latine act ever to achieve such an extraordinary feat. Not only did these shows mark a sold-out success, but they also shattered records, etching RBD’s name in music history.
Let’s look at some of the highlights from the #SoyRebeldeTour.
Los Angeles: The Epicenter of RBD Mania
Los Angeles, the city of stars, became the epicenter of RBD mania. Four consecutive sold-out nights at the BMO Stadium not only made history but rewrote it. Also, these shows weren’t just concerts; they were historic events:
Highest grossing show in BMO Stadium history: RBD didn’t just perform; they left a mark on the venue’s financial records.
Highest attendance in a multi-night concert: Fans poured in, making these nights unforgettable.
Highest attendance record for a Latin show at BMO Stadium: RBD set a new bar for Latin music performances.
First four-night run in the building’s history: RBD made history by creating a legacy no one will forget.
Highest selling multi-night show of all time for the venue: Records were not just broken, they were shattered.
RBD’s Impact Across the U.S.
Beyond Los Angeles, RBD’s impact reverberated across the U.S. Every city they touched turned into a celebration of music, unity, and unwavering fandom:
Houston’s Minute Maid Park: The highest-grossing show of 2023, a testament to RBD’s enduring popularity.
New York City’s Madison Square Garden: Two sold-out nights, proving RBD’s influence in the heart of the Big Apple.
Chicago’s Guaranteed Rate Field: The largest two-show attendance and gross in venue history, solidifying RBD’s status as stadium-filling legends.
Fairfax’s Eaglebank Arena: Witnessing its highest-grossing show in 38 years, a testament to RBD’s timeless appeal.
Atlanta’s Lakewood Amphitheater: Achieving the highest gross earnings in 35 years, showcasing RBD’s enduring popularity.
Edinburg’s Bert Ogden Arena: Hosting the #1 and #2 highest-grossing shows in its history, proving RBD’s drawing power.
Arlington’s Globe Life Field: Marking the #1 highest-earning event at its venue, a testament to RBD’s ability to captivate audiences.
Austin’s Moody Center: The highest-grossing non-360° event in venue history, showcasing RBD’s ability to make history wherever they go.
Greensboro’s Coliseum Complex: Achieving a similar milestone, underscoring RBD’s incredible draw.
Orlando’s Amway Center: Setting the record for the highest-grossing Latin show at the venue, proving RBD’s unmatched appeal.
San Jose’s SAP Center: Making it to the top five for a Latin show, and at San Francisco’s Chase Center, RBD holds the title of the highest-earning Latin show to date.
The #SoyRebeldeTour illustrated the unbreakable bond between artists and fans. The legacy of RBD continues to shine brightly, breaking barriers and records with every beat of their music. As they prepare to embark on the next leg of their journey, the world waits in anticipation, ready to witness history in the making once again. The tour resumes this upcoming November with sold-out stadium dates in Colombia, Brazil, and Mexico.
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