BLACKPINK Announces Born Pink World Tour

BLACKPINK is scheduled to visit your region soon! The K-pop singers revealed the dates for their Born Pink world tour today (August 8). (Aug. 8). The journey, which will go from October 15, 2022, to June 21, 2023, is planned to stop in North America, Europe, Asia, and Australia. At the time of publication, the Born Pink global tour’s official website has “and more” after the list of dates, suggesting that there might be more to come.

Following the BLACKPINK arena tour (2018) and the In Your Area global tour, the girl group’s third concert tour is the Born Pink world tour (2018-2020). The group’s first online concert, 2021 Blackpink: The Show, on the YG Palm Stage, was their most recent significant performance. Following the group’s revelation of their ambitions for new songs, the group announced a new tour.

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Born Pink’s lone pre-release single, “Pink Venom,” will be released on August 19; the whole album will follow sometime in September. The group’s second song of the year, “Venom,” follows “Ready for Love,” a promo single for their partnership with PUBG Mobile. BLACKPINK sent a unique message with their fans in honour of their sixth anniversary on Sunday, Aug. 7, a day earlier.

The quartet has dominated the Billboard charts since their debut. The Album, BLACKPINK’s first full-length studio album, has helped the group to reach No. 2 on the Billboard 200. They have had seven entries on the Billboard Hot 100, including “How You Like That” (No. 33), “Ice Cream,” which features Selena Gomez, and the Lady Gaga-featuring song “Sour Candy” (No. 33). Check out BLACKPINK’s Born Pink tour schedule so far and their message to BLINKS on their anniversary

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