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BLACKPINK Will End Their Born Pink Tour With Two Shows In Korea

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by Daffany Chan, Michele Mendez and Adrianne Reece
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BLACKPINK’s return to music has been a riveting sight to see. Nearly two years after 2020’s The Album, the K-pop stars reunited for their second album Born Pink. The record, which was released in September 2022, sees the singers bristling with a confidence that matches their impressive list of accolades since their debut. BLACKPINK’s vocal chemistry sounds anew on this pop-powered release, and they’ve made sure to show that on their latest tour. And now, they’re giving fans one last opportunity to witness this era live.

On Aug. 16, the K-pop starlets added two final shows to their Born Pink tour. Aptly dubbed as the “finale,” these stops will see them returning to Seoul, Korea on Sept. 16 and 17. This is a full circle moment for the “Pink Venom” singers, as they kicked off the tour in the same city in October 2022.


Luckily, one of these live efforts will be special for global BLINKs. According to their YG Entertainment label, BLACKPINK’s Sept. 17 show will be streamed on WeVerse — a fandom platform dedicated to K-pop idols. Tickets for the online stream will be available to purchase on the group’s WeVerse shop on Aug. 29. Meanwhile, in-person tickets for both shows will be sold via Interpark.

This announcement comes after BLACKPINK added another leg of shows. On April 16, BLACKPINK added four U.S. stadium shows to their tour, extending their time on the road to early fall. Fittingly titled Born Pink: Encore, those shows saw the singers returning to U.S. cities such as New Jersey, San Fransisco, Las Vegas, and Los Angeles throughout August. The tour was originally scheduled to wrap up in June; however, the group’s looking to stay booked and busy.

Check out the details about BLACKPINK’s Born Pink era, including info on their pre-release singles, album release date, and the final dates of their world tour below.

When Does BLACKPINK’s Born Pink Tour Start Back Up?

The Born Pink tour will resume on May 13, 2023 in Singapore. The singers had all of April off, but in the meantime, they were entertaining another historic venue: Coachella. Talk about dedication.

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Here’s Where BLACKPINK Will Visit On The Remaining Leg Of Their Born Pink Tour

After their brief stint in Singapore, BLACKPINK will trek through four dates in Australia. As seen on their original tour poster, the group was scheduled to visit Auckland, New Zealand as their summer date. However, Frontier Touring — a concert promotion company that oversees shows in Australia and New Zealand — shared on Twitter that certain dates had been canceled. So far, BLACKPINK nor their label have released a new rescheduled date for their New Zealand show.

  • May 13 in Singapore at National Stadium
  • June 10 & 11 in Melbourne, Australia at Rod Laver Arena
  • June 16 & 17 in Sydney, Australia at Qudos Bank Arena

Following their time in Australia, BLACKPINK will embark on their Encore tour in mid-August.

  • Aug. 11 & 12 in East Rutherford, NJ at Met Life Stadium
  • Aug. 18 in Las Vegas, NV at Allegiant Stadium
  • Aug. 22 in San Francisco, CA at Oracle Park
  • Aug. 26 in Los Angeles, CA at Dodger Stadium

As a final hurrah, the singers will end their tour two shows in Korea in mid-September.

  • Sept. 16 & 17 in Seoul, Korea at Gocheok Sky Dome

What Will BLACKPINK Perform On Tour?

It’s safe to say the group will perform their Born Pink album, including singles “Shut Down” and “Pink Venom.” Sonically, this album doesn’t stray from their usual sonic recipe of delivering charismatic one-liners over punchy pop arrangements, and that seemed to both impress and bore BLINKs. Even with that mixed reception, it’ll surely be a moment to hear these bouncy tracks live.

As for other sonic material, they could allot time for each member to perform their solo material. For a refresher, Lisa’s Lalisa’s album, Rosé’s multiple singles, Jennie’s one-song debut, and Jisoo’s (who was the final member to embark on a solo career) lastest hit, “Flower.”

When Will Tickets To The Final Shows Go On Sale?

Presale registration for the Final shows were open from Aug. 25 to Aug. 27. The general presale will then happen on Aug. 29; however, only BLINK membership members on WeVerse will have access to this sale.

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