The tour will kick off in North America at the American Airlines Center in Dallas, Texas on October 25, with the K-pop four-piece playing arenas in Houston, Texas; Atlanta, Georgia; Hamilton, Ontario, Canada; Chicago, Illinois; Newark, New Jersey, and wraps in Los Angeles, California at Banc of California Stadium on November 19.
The ‘Born Pink’ tour dates will then resume at London’s The O2 on November 30 and December 1. It then moves to Barcelona, Spain; Cologne, Germany; Paris, France; Copenhagen, Denmark, and Berlin, Germany before closing at Ziggo Dome in Amsterdam, Netherlands on December 22.
Tickets go on general sale next Friday (September 16) at 10am local time here. Pre-sales begin on September 13 at 10am local time. VIP packages will be available.
Fans can register now for BLINK MEMBERSHIP pre-sales on Weverse for Europe here and North America here. For additional information on how to verify BLINK MEMBERSHIP pre-sales and to register for general pre-sale in North America, visit blackpinklive.com.
The tour is in support of the K-pop behemoths’ second studio album ‘Born Pink’, which is released on September 16 via YG Entertainment/Interscope Records (pre-order).
It follows the release of the band’s record-breaking single ‘Pink Venom‘ last month, which made history by becoming the biggest release by a female group or solo artist this decade.
The song, which features on their upcoming album, debuted at Number One on Spotify’s global top songs chart and amassed more than 7.9million streams within the first 24 hours. On YouTube, the official music video reached 100million views faster than any video by a female group in history, with 90.4million views counted within the first 24 hours.
BLACKPINK’s Europe and North America tour news follows world tour dates shared last month. It will see bandmembers Jisoo, Jennie, Rosé and Lisa play countries including Australia, Singapore and Thailand in 2023.
BLACKPINK’s ‘Born Pink’ Europe and North America tour dates 2022:
Tuesday 25 and Wednesday 26 – Dallas American Airlines Center
Saturday 29 and Sunday 30 – Houston Toyota Center
Wednesday 02 and Thursday 03 – Atlanta State Farm Arena
Sunday 06 – Hamilton FirstOntario Centre
Monday 07 – Hamilton FirstOntario Centre
Thursday 10 – Chicago United Center
Friday 11 – Chicago United Center
Monday 14 – Newark Prudential Center
Tuesday 15 – Newark Prudential Center
Saturday 19 and Sunday 20 – Los Angeles Banc of California Stadium
Wednesday 30 – London The O2
Thursday 01 – London The O2
Monday 05 – Barcelona Palau Sant Jordi
Thursday 08 – Cologne Lanxess Arena
Sunday 11 – Paris Accor Arena
Monday 12 – Paris Accor Arena
Thursday 15 – Copenhagen Royal Arena
Monday 19 – Berlin Mercedes-Benz Arena
Thursday 22 –Amsterdam Ziggo Dome
According to YG Entertainment, the title for the album – branded as a “comeback project” for BLACKPINK – “implies the identity” of the group, “which is never ordinary and will exude a fatal aura”.
Last month, the members of BLACKPINK took to Instagram to commemorate the sixth anniversary of their debut.