Mexican pop group RBD are coming together for a reunion concert in December. Members Anahí, Maite Perroni, Christian Chávez, and Christopher von Uckermann will be performing their classic hits for fans.
Last week Anahí broke Latinx internet with talk about RBD’s reunion. Now four of the six members announced today Ser o Parecer: The Global Virtual Union set for December. It seems like Alfonso “Poncho” Herrera and Dulce María will not be partaking in the event, but there’s still time for that to change.
Following 12 years since RBD’s last concert, their virtual reunion concert will be happening on Dec. 26. That will be the first time in a long time that a majority of the group will be performing the hits together. In honor of World RBD Day on Oct. 4, a unique code to buy tickets will be sent to fans who register to the band’s official website. General on-sale will begin on Oct. 5.
Ser o Parecer: The Global Virtual Union will kick off with a continuous six-hour tribute to the Rebelde band where fans will be able to send in their personal videos to RBD’s official website. After that, the long-awaited reunion concert will take place.
The news of RBD’s reunion comes on the heels of the band’s full music catalog being made available on digital streaming platforms earlier this month. With an eagle-eyed look at YouTube, it appears that RBD’s live albums like Live in Hollywood will be released to digital next on Friday, Oct. 2.