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Blackpink 'Born Pink': Girl group to host world tour in USA, UK, UAE and more

YG Entertainment announced the official dates of Blackpink's upcoming World Tour that will go on from October 2022 to June of 2023
Blackpink announces dates and cities for 'Born Pink' their 2022 world tour that will host shows in 26 cities around the world (YG Entertainment)
Blackpink announces dates and cities for 'Born Pink' their 2022 world tour that will host shows in 26 cities around the world (YG Entertainment)

Looks like YG Entertainment is now compensating for the last two years of Blackpink being inactive as it has announced the girl group's upcoming world tour that is set to kick off this October. Blackpink's upcoming comeback is one of their most anticipated releases as the girl group is all set to drop their pre-release single, 'Pink Venom', on August 19 after which they are going to release their second full-length album.

The upcoming single will be Blackpink's first official comeback after their 2020 release, 'The Album', and the label as well as the girls have promised fans that there is a lot they have prepared for Blinks (fans of Blackpink) in the near future. On August 8, Blackpink members celebrated their sixth debut anniversary and shared throwback photos with fans along with personalized messages. Soon after that, YG Entertainment announced the new Blackpink world tour that will be hosted all around the world with 1.5 million fans in attendance.


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Blackpink announces 2022 World Tour 'Born Pink'

On August 9, the label released the official poster of Blackpink's upcoming 2022 world tour titled, 'Born Pink' which goes with the same name as their 2022 comeback project. The girl group has now announced their first world tour since their 2019 'In Your Area' tour. Now as Blackpink is all set to meet fans for the first time in three years, the girl group has promised performances in 26 cities around four different continents. Blackpink is all set to host their 'Born Pink' tour in North America, Europe, Asia, and Oceania from October 2022 to June 2023.

In their official poster that was released on Blackpink's social media platforms, the girl group announced that the 'Born Pink' tour will start in Seoul, South Korea on October 15 and then go around the world before ending in Auckland, New Zealand on June 21, 2023. The girl group also raised the anticipation among fans for the upcoming tour as they added that aside from these 26 locations, Blackpink will soon add more cities to their list.


Blackpink 'Born Pink' tour dates and cities

According to the poster, Blackpink's 'Born Pink' tour will be held in Seoul for two days, October 15 and 16, after which the members will host a concert in Dallas on October 25 and Houston on October 29. The girls will host then host a show in Atlanta on November 2, two shows in Hamilton on November 6 and 7, two shows in Chicago on November 10 and 11, two more shows in Newark on November 14 and 15, and one show in Los Angeles on November 19. After that, the 'Born Pink' tour will move to London for two shows on November 30 and December 1, Barcelona on December 5, and Cologne on December 8.

Blackpink will also host two shows in Paris on December 11 and 12 as well as one show in Berlin and one more in Amsterdam. The girl group will then return to Asia in January of 2023 for two shows in Bangkok on January 7 and 8, two shows in Hong Kong on January 13 and 14, one show in Riyadh on January 20, and one show in Abu Dhabi on January 28. The 'Born Pink' concert poster does not have any tour dates for February so far but Blackpink will resume shows starting from Kuala Lumpur on March 4, Jakarta on March 11, Kaohsiung on March 18, and Manila on March 25.


Following this, the girl group will host a show in Singapore on May 13 after which they will then move to Melbourne for two shows on June 10 and 11 and two more shows in Sydney on June 16 and 17 before finally going back to Auckland for a second show on June 21.