Gira del Adiós World Tour

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Gira Del Adiós
Turnê Do Adeus (in Brazil)
Tour by RBD
Start date November 1, 2008
End date December 21, 2008
No. of shows 20 in total (2 in North America, 15 in South America, 3 in Europe)
RBD concert chronology

The Gira Del Adiós (and "Turnê Do Adeus" in Brazil),was a world tour by Mexican group RBD. The tour was set to visit South America, North America and Europe and it started on November 1. The tour ended in December.

About The Tour[edit]

On August 14, 2008 the group RBD announced its latest tour, named Gira Del Adiós or Tour Del Adiós.

The tour itinerary included about 20 cities in countries such as Argentina,Venezuela, Ecuador, Paraguay and Chile, and Brazil.

In the month of November 2008 the group began the tour in the following cities: La Paz (Bolivia), Buenos Aires, Cordoba and Rosario (Argentina), Fortaleza, Porto Alegre, Rio de Janeiro, São Paulo and Brasília (Brazil).

In December, shows by RBD were presented in the cities of: Los Angeles (United States), then back to Brazil for two extra concerts in São Paulo and Rio de Janeiro (Brazil), Guayaquil (Ecuador), Quito (Ecuador ), Lima (Peru), Santiago (Chile), Ljubljana (Slovenia), Belgrade (Serbia), Madrid (Spain).


  • The singer "Pee Wee" only opened the concerts of the group in Brazil (except the extra two shows).
  • The group came back again to Brazil to do two extra shows in the country. Maite Perroni was absent in some shows due to her work in Cuidado Con El Angel.

The Special: O Adeus[edit]

The special was broadcast by television network Rede Record (Brazil). The group officially disbanded on March 10, 2009 with the launch of its latest studio album of (Para Olvidarte De Mí), but with one last special, "O Adeus" ("The Goodbye"), the "Turnê Do Adeus" (Gira Del Adiós or Tour Del Adiós).


  1. "Intro Desde Cero"
  2. "Cariño Mío"
  3. "Aún Hay Algo"
  4. "Celestial"
  5. "Un Poco de tu Amor"
  6. "Otro Día que Va"
  7. "Ser o Parecer"
  8. "Hoy Que Te Vas"
  9. "Solo Quédate en Silencio"
  10. "Inalcanzable"
  11. "Y No Puedo Olvidarte"
  12. "Light up The World Tonight"
  13. "I Do Believe" / "Sálvame"
  14. "Este Corazón"
  15. "Tu Amor"
  16. "No Pares"
  17. "Te Daría Todo" / "Poema de Dulce"
  18. "Empezar Desde Cero"
  19. "Solo Para Ti"
  20. Band presentation ("Cariño Mio" instrumental)
  21. "Me Voy"
  22. "Qué Hay Detrás"
  23. "Bésame Sin Miedo"
  24. "Nuestro Amor"
  25. "Tras de Mí"
  26. "Rebelde"
  27. Farewell / "Trás de Mí" reprise


Date City Country Venue
November 1, 2008 La Paz Bolivia Estadio Hernando Siles
November 7, 2008 Buenos Aires Argentina Luna Park
November 8, 2008 Córdoba Orfeo Superdomo
November 9, 2008 Rosario Estadio Newell's Old Boys
November 25, 2008 Fortaleza Brazil Siara Hall
November 27, 2008 Porto Alegre Pepsi On Stage
November 28, 2008 Rio de Janeiro HSBC Arena
November 29, 2008 São Paulo Arena Skol Anhembi
November 30, 2008 Brasília Ginásio Nilson Nelson
December 5, 2008 Los Angeles United States Gibson Amphitheatre
December 9, 2008 São Paulo Brazil HSBC Brasil
December 10, 2008 Rio de Janeiro Vivo Rio
December 11, 2008 Guayaquil Ecuador Coliseo Voltaire Paladines Polo
December 12, 2008 Quito Coliseo General Rumiñahui
December 13, 2008 Lima Peru Estadio Nacional
December 14, 2008 Santiago Chile Arena Santiago
December 16, 2008 Ljubljana Slovenia Hala Tivoli
December 18, 2008 Belgrade Serbia Belgrade Arena
December 21, 2008 Madrid Spain Palacio de Los Deportes


Year Ceremony Award Result
2009 Billboard Latin Music Awards Tour of the Year Won