Heads Up! As the new BLACKPINK ear comes!
The long-long wait is over, BLACKPINK is back to perform on the big stage again! After 2 years since the pandemic hit and stopped the world for everything. BLACKPINK took a rest for their world tours for everyone’s safety purposes. As the two years passed by, blinks are wondering if the famous kpop super sensation girl group, BLACKPINK will be back again on stage someday. When BLACKPINK took a break from releasing any songs, there’s a lot of humors spreading all over the internet world saying that they will disband any time. But surprisingly BLACKPINK announced their biggest comeback of the year with their newest and coolest song “Pink Venom”.
After the announcement for their comeback they also mentioned that they are going back on having world tours starting this year. And released the list of countries for their Born Pink World Tour. As showing their love for their fans and being thankful to their homeland, BLACKPINK’s first ever world tour destination is in Seoul, South Korea. The concert event will be on October 15, 2022 at 6 p.m (KST) and October 16, 2022 at 5 p.m (KST) KSP Dome. The surge of buying tickets is on after they relieved the date and time of buying it online. As everyone knows the tickets for BLACKPINK Born Pink World Tour in Seoul are already sold out!
The world tour concert will begin at Seoul in South Korea before moving to Dallas and Houston in the US on 25 October and 29 October, respectively.
Throughout November, BLACKPINK will mostly be touring North American cities including Atlanta (2 November), Hamilton (6-7 November), Chicago (10-11 November), Newark (14-15 November) and Los Angeles (19 November).
The group will begin its Europe leg on 30 November from London, moving on to Barcelona (5 December), Cologne (8 December), Paris (11-12 December), Berlin (18 December) and Amsterdam (22 December).
The Asia tour will start with a two-day concert in Bangkok on 7-8 January 2023, followed by Hong Kong (13-14 January), Riyadh (20 January) and Abu Dhabi (28 January).
As per the schedule, there will be no concert during February. BLACKPINK will resume their Born Pink world tour on 4 March with a performance in Kuala Lumpur. This will be followed by Jakarta (11 March), Kaohsiung (18 March) and Manila (25 March). BLACKPINK will hold their concert in Singapore on 13 May, which, as of now, is the last Asian city on their calendar.
The group will subsequently perform in Melbourne (10-11 June), Sydney (16-17 June) and Auckland (21 June). The world tour schedule released by the group ends with the words “AND MORE,” indicating that more cities could be added to the tour.
For Blinks who have already purchased and those who failed to purchase the concert tickets for the Seoul world tour, don’t lose hope there are still more concert events BLACKPINK for the upcoming Born Pink World Tour. Let’s prepare our light sticks and welcome back the biggest girl group sensation, BLACKPINK with our loudest chants as they perform again on the big stage again!