The general sale for the shows in São Paulo on November 16 and 18 starts this Friday 3
On Wednesday, the 1st, the Mexican band RDB extension released a statement announcing improvements to the purchasing process To the Tickets from the ride I am Rebel in Brazil.
Among the new rules are an increase in the number of tickets available at the physical box office, a four-ticket limit for CPF at the time of purchase, more sales counters, and tightened police and security at points of sale.
Tickets for the group’s concerts at Allianz Parque, São Paulo on November 17, and Estádio Nilton Santos (Engenhão), Rio de Janeiro on November 19, sold out quickly amid complaints from fans.
The general sale for the extra dates in São Paulo, scheduled for November 16 and 18, begins this Friday 3. The presale, exclusively for Banco BRB customers, began this Thursday 2.
“Dear fans in Brazil, we are so excited to see all of your love and willingness to sing and dance live with RBD one last time. We are also hearing everything you share about the challenges of buying tickets, and for Therefore, We ask Live Nation, the producer of the tour, to ensure the best experience and safety during this process,” the statement read.
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— Live Nation Brazil (@LiveNationBR) February 2, 2023
Last Monday, the 30th, the Procon SP notified on Eventim Brazilcompany in charge of selling tickets for the band’s concerts in the country, on the problems experienced by customers when purchasing tickets.
the international tour Soy Rebelde Tour 2023 marks the reunion of the original RBD members, except for Alfonso Herrera. According to Live Nation, more than 800,000 concert tickets have already been sold in the United States, Mexico and Brazil.
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