MEXICO CITY (apro).- It’s official: the most successful female k-pop band, Blackpink, will arrive in our country on April 26 at Foro Sol as part of a second addition to the ‘Born Pink Tour’.
Jisoo, Jennie, Rosé and Lisa, the members of the most recognized female group in Korea (after BTS), announced 20 cities as part of the tour that was revealed in a video on the band’s official account on social networks. , and the Blinks (that’s what their fans call themselves) have shaken them.
Mexico City and Rio de Janeiro (Brazil) will be the only and first two stops of the Koreans in Latin America. In the case of our country, the producer Ocesa announced that the sale for members (blackpinklive.com) will be held on February 7 at 11 a.m., and the general sale on February 9 from 2 p.m.
In addition to these cities, the tour will include Seoul (Korea), Paris (France), New York and Los Angeles (USA), Sydney (Australia), Johannesburg (South Africa), London (UK), Istanbul (Turkey), Jakarta ( Indonesia), Singapore and Kuala Lumpur (Malaysia), Bangkok (Thailand), Hong Kong (Taiwan), Taipei (China), Tokyo (Japan), Toronto (Canada) and Mumbai (India).
The group is currently culminating part of the extensive tour “Born Pink World Tour”, Blackpink’s largest to date, from the album ‘Born Pink’ (released on September 16 of last year) which has hits like ‘ Shut Down’, ‘Pink venom, ‘Typa girl’ and ‘Yeah, yeah, yeah’, and after which they have toured cities in Asia, North America, Europe, Oceania and the Middle East since last October (playing the city of Riyadh and Abu Dhabi).
The announcement of this second addition of cities in the tour with the concept ‘Born Pink: Around the world’ comes after it was announced that on April 15 they would perform -for the second time after the 2019 presentation– at the Coachella 2023 festival, alongside artists like Bad Bunny and Frank Ocean, all of whom are considered stellar.
After the above, it is likely that Blackpink, after performing in New York, will arrive at Coachella (Los Angeles), and from there go down to Mexico City, touch Rio de Janeiro later and continue through Europe.
The announcement also confirms some speculations that Jisoo, the “unnie” (older) of the group, made on social networks a couple of weeks ago through a wink, when a ‘blink’ asked her about the possibility of coming to Latin America.
The queen group of k-pop debuted in 2016 and after that they have risen as part of the wave of k-pop in the world with the greatest recognition in their native Korea, in addition to other music and video awards at meetings such as MTV Video Music Awards.
They were the first female band to perform at Coachella and reach 1 billion views on YouTube, and the first Korean-female band to grace the prestigious cover of Rolling Stones. The views of their videos on YouTube number in the millions, and these days, along with their tour, they publish the BPM series every week that narrates the group’s journey on YouTube.
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