With the announcement of Born Pink, the 36-date global tour that aspires to be the “biggest world tour in the history of a K-pop girl group,” the K-pop phenomenon’s management firm YG Entertainment claims that Blackpink is jumping into their return phase at full speed.
Beginning on October 15 in Seoul, the extensive tour will next take Blackpink to Dallas and Houston. Before stopping in Barcelona, Cologne, Paris, Berlin, and Amsterdam in December, the trio will play in November in Atlanta, Hamilton, Chicago, Newark, Los Angeles, and London.
The Born Pink global tour continues into 2023, returning in January with performances in Bangkok, Hong Kong, Riyadh, and Abu Dhabi before making stops in Jakarta, Manila, Singapore, Melbourne, Sydney, and other cities in March, May, and June. At a later time, information on the on-sale of tickets as well as additional dates will be added to the tour itinerary.
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Blackpink will make their musical comeback with “Pink Venom,” their first official single since the release of The Album in 2020, less than two weeks after the tour announcement. Jisoo, Jennie, Rosé, and Lisa will release their third studio album in September in advance of the start of their tour, resuming their ascent to popularity after spending some time cooped up in the studio.
Jisoo admitted in Blackpink’s open Rolling Stone cover story, “I love to perform, but I don’t always appreciate being in the limelight. “I believe that the other members experience it differently: They enjoy being in the spotlight and are invigorated by the audience members, but they become a little dejected after the performance is finished and there is silence. I’m a little unusual. I consider not making errors while performing on stage. Sometimes, giving a performance seems more like a test than anything enjoyable.
However, Lisa sees the new age as the conclusion of her power in conquering internal challenges. It was difficult for her for the entire year between “As If It’s Your Last” (2017 ) and “Ddu-du Ddu-du” (2018 ). I was unable to sing. Nothing came out when I went to the recording studio to record. I sobbed. I thought I was failing the team. Teddy shoved me firmly and said, “You can’t? No. Try harder. Back in there, please. Teddy helped me get through that period.
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