RBD’s rehearsal snippets have surfaced ahead of their August 25 performance in El Paso.

Anahí, Dulce María, Maite Perroni, Christian Chávez, and Christopher Uckermann will sing together after Alfonso Herrera's departure in 2009.

After a 15-year hiatus since their split in 2009, the long-awaited return of RBD to the stage is imminent. Slated for their curtain-raiser on Friday, August 25, in El Paso, Texas, USA, the Soy Rebelde Tour is set to feature Anahi, Dulce Maria, Maite Perroni, Christian Chavez, and Christopher Uckermann. Interestingly, snippets from their rehearsals have already surfaced online.

In the United States, fans from both American and Latin backgrounds have been eagerly documenting every nuance related to the pop band’s much-anticipated comeback on social media. With rehearsals now being captured, the excitement is palpable as many get a sneak peek into the harmonious blend of their voices after such a long gap.

Across platforms like TikTok, Twitter, and Instagram, song previews have been a treat for the ears. Fans can expect renditions of hits such as Tras De Mí, Un Poco de tu amor, and Bésame sin miedo. Their newest track, Cerquita de tí, marks their debut as a quintet and infuses urban sounds with their signature pop flair. It’s this very style that has cemented their reputation as the most successful Spanish band of their genre ever.

Wondering about the setlist for the Soy Rebelde Tour?

From what’s been gleaned online, the band will open with “Empezar Desde Cero”. Following this will be their iconic song, Rebelde, which is also the namesake of the tour. The tempo will then mellow down with Y No Puedo Olvidarte, only to rev up again with the fan-favorite, Sálvame.

Los fans de RBD han hecho toda la gira un completo soul out  (Foto: Instagram)
RBD fans have made the whole tour a complete soul out (Photo: Instagram).

Further insights into their song lineup suggest the inclusion of Siempre He Estado Aquí, one of RBD’s fresher releases. Dulce María will then take center stage with No Pares. It’s evident that the band’s collection is packed with hits, as Dame is touted to be a crowd-pleaser.

The sequence continues with Tu Amor, leading into another beloved track: Inalcanzable. Nearing the end, they’ll perform Cuando el Amor se Acaba. Rumors hint at Que Hay Detrás being the second-last song, with the tour likely wrapping up with Para Olvidarte De Mí.