Blackpink is back in full swing with the announcement of Born Pink, a 36-date world tour that aims to be “the biggest world tour in K-pop girl group history,” according to the pop phenomenon’s executives. YG Entertainment company.
The extensive tour begins on October 15 in Seoul, before Blackpink heads to Dallas and Houston. In November, he will perform in Atlanta, Hamilton, Chicago, Newark, Los Angeles and London before stopping in Barcelona, Cologne, Paris, Berlin and Amsterdam.
The Born Pink world tour will run until 2023, with performances in Bangkok, Hong Kong, Riyadh and Abu Dhabi in January, and stops in Jakarta, Manila, Singapore, Melbourne, Sydney and March, May and June. More. Additional dates will be added to the itinerary in the future, as well as ticket information on the sale.
The tour announcement comes less than two weeks after Blackpink’s musical comeback with Pink Venom, which will be the album’s first official single since its 2020 release. After some time in the studio, Jisoo, Jenni, Rosé, and Lisa will release their third joint album before the tour begins in September and return to stardom.
“I like to perform, but I don’t always like to be in the spotlight,” Jisoo shared in Rolling Stone’s honest Blackpink cover story. “I think it’s different for the other members: They like to feel energized by the people who come to us, and feel a little depressed when the scene is over and there’s silence. I’m a little different. When I go on stage, I think about not making mistakes. Performance it felt more like a test than something really good.”
But for Lisa, the new era is the culmination of the accumulation of strength to overcome internal obstacles. “The year between Like Last  and ‘Ddu-du Ddu-du  was a tough year for me,” he said. “I can’t sing. When I went to the studio to record, nothing came out. I cried. I felt like I was letting the team down. Teddy pushed me hard: ‘Can you do it? Not. Try again. Return. “Because of Teddy, I won that time.”