The remaining U.S. dates of Mexican pop group RBD's "Tour Celestial 2007" have been postponed until February.

Among the to-be-rescheduled dates are stops in Phoenix; Tucson, Ariz.; Los Angeles; San Diego; Bakersfield, Calif.; Fresno, Calif.; Miami and Dallas. Refunds are available at point of purchase, according to the Web site of tour promoter Roptus.

The trek is being rescheduled "so we can align it with the new album release and with the new TV series," Roptus executive VP Richard Bull tells Billboard.biz. "It's basically putting everything in its place."

Sources say 5,000 tickets have been sold to what would have been RBD's Oct. 26 concert at the Home Depot Center in Carson, Calif. RBD's Colombia dates, canceled in August, have yet to be rescheduled.

The tour started in August, with RBD performing in Santa Fe, N.M.; Puerto Rico; Chicago; Kansas City, Mo.; Houston and San Antonio.

The group's new EMI Televisa album, "Empezar Desde Cero," is scheduled to drop Nov. 20. Ticket sales may get a lift from the Oct. 6 premiere of the Univision series "RBD: La Familia" and the release of radio single "Inalcanzable."

RBD had the top-grossing Latin tour of 2006, pulling in nearly $31 million for 51 dates, according to Billboard Boxscore.

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