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  1. Update: The comeback is announced with a new line-up: Kabah, Magneto, JNS, Benny Ibarra, Erik Rubín, Sentidos Opuestos, Lynda and Ana Torroja. They've announced three dates for the end of this year, with more dates to be announced for 2022. They don't ditch the idea of OV7 and other past members to join the tour in the future. Earlier: In a now removed post, the 90's Pop Tour has announced a press conference next week to talk about their comeback after the joint tour ended in 2019. The highly successful tour was made out of several acts from the Latin Pop scene of the 90's, such as OV7, JNS (previously known as Jeans), Fey, Kabah, Caló, The Sacados, among others. It started back in 2017 and it counted with a different line-up on each of its three phases. They toured mostly in Mexico, but they also had 13 concerts in the United States, and towards the end of the tour they visited some South American countries such as Honduras, Guatemala and El Salvador. They released 3 live CD/DVD's which were high in sales and received several certifications in Mexico. After the tour ended, some virtual concerts were held in 2020 with a different variety of members of the tour, but it wasn't until this year that a proper comeback was teased. It's still unclear if it's gonna be a proper tour visiting several cities, or just a one-time virtual concert, since the COVID-19 restrictions haven't been lifted in Mexico. It could also be planned for 2022. The line-up is yet to be announced.
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