LoginSign Up

BLACKPINK Finally Has Tour Dates Across North America

16:58 Mar/07/2019

K-pop fans got some pretty exciting news last night when BLACKPINK announced that they will be bringing their tour to North America, Europe and Australia later this year.

Ð?оÑ?ожее изобÑ?ажение


Blinks - the name of the group's fans - have gone wild on social media about the news and some are hoping that a new album is on the way.

One said: "Only 2nd week of Jan and #BLACKPINK be feeding us! 2019 is our QUEENS year!"

Another said: "2 years, only 9 Songs and not even a full album but still they got a world tour. This is the power of Blackpink and Blinks"

However, some fans have expressed concerns about how the group will fill a tour show, with one Blink asking: "Isn't it early for a world tour with 9 songs".

The popular girl group and the prominent indie rockers will appear at both weekends of Coachella in April. BLACKPINK, the first-ever K-pop group to play Coachella, also recently announced that they’ll be touring in North America, but have yet to announce any further information or dates.



January 12-13th, Saturday & Sunday- Bangkok (Impact Arena, Muang Thong Thani)

January 20th, Sunday- Jakarta (ICE BSD)

January 26th, Saturday- Hong Kong (Asia World Expo Arena)

February 2nd, Saturday- Manila (Mall Of Asia Arena)

February 15th, Friday- Singapore (Singapore Indoor Stadium)

February 23rd, Saturday- Kuala Lumpur (Malawati Indoor Stadium, Shah Alam)

March 3rd, Sunday- Taipei (NTSU Arena Linkou Arena)



May 18, Saturday- Amsterdam (AFAS Live)

May 21, Tuesday- Manchester (Manchester Arena)

May 22, Wednesday- London (London The SSE Arena, Wembley)

May 24, Friday- Berlin (Max-Schmeling-Halle)

May 26, Sunday- Paris (Paris Zenith La Villette)

May 28, Tuesday- Barcelona (Palau Saint Jordi)

BLACKPINK first charted on the Billboard 200 last year with their debut EP Square Up and landed on the Hot 100 with hits "Ddu-Du Ddu-Du" and "Kiss and Make Up," a collab with Dua Lipa...

Latest news

Back to news

Copyright 2012-2019
Chuo-ku, Osaka, Japan
Terms & Privacy