BLACKPINK begin the US leg of their Born Pink World Tour on Tuesday, October 25 in Dallas, TX.
Jisoo, Jennie, Rosé, and Lisa are the first female Korean act to receive an RIAA certification for their 2018 single “Ddu-Du Ddu-Du” and first Korean group to top the ARIA Singles Chart with their single “Pink Venom.” Unsurprisingly, the group’s music videos for “Kill This Love” and “How You Like That” each set records for the most-viewed music video within the first 24 hours of release.
So, for a group with this many accolades already, what can you expect from their world tour? Here’s everything you need to know about tickets, setlist and merch for BLACKPINK’s Born Pink World Tour:
On average, tickets for BLACKPINK’s Born Pink World Tour range from $150.00-$300.00. Keep in mind, the arena floor is all GA and these tickets usually sit at a higher price point. If you’d prefer to have a seat, check out the 100- and 200-level tickets that still offer an incredible view of the stage at a cheaper price. You can view all tickets for the upcoming Born Pink World Tour below:
On October 13, the K-pop quartet teased a behind-the-scenes look at band practice in preparation for the world’s biggest stages. They also posted a highlight clip from their concert in Seoul, showcasing new dance moves, vocals and pyrotechnics. The setlist may change each date, but so far, BLACKPINK have played the following songs on their Born Pink World Tour:
How You Like That
Whistle (short version)
Don’t Know What to Do
Kill This Love
Crazy Over You
Playing with Fire
Pink Venom (extended version)
Liar (Jisoo’s Camila Cabello cover)
You & Me (Moonlight) (Jennie solo)
Hard to Love (Rosé solo)
On the Ground (Rosé solo)
LALISA (Lisa solo)
MONEY (Lisa solo)
Yeah Yeah Yeah
As If It’s Your Last
While merch can vary from city to city, the Seoul tour date offered various t-shirts, bags, hats and collectible items. You can expect some variation of these items at your US tour date.
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From solo performances to electric dance numbers to fluorescent backdrops, here are some fan highlights from the Born Pink World Tour:
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