BlackPink to hit My Dinh Stadium with Born Pink concerts
Born Pink Tour, the second worldwide tour by the Korean girl group, will be available in Hanoi at the end of July.
BlackPink, the South Korea’s girl band, will hit My Dinh Stadium as they confirmed Born Pink World Tour will come to Hanoi on July 29 and 30.
|BlackPink confirmed their concerts in Hanoi. Photo: YG Entertainment|
The group tour was kicked off in Seoul in October 2022 and has headed to North America, Europe, and Asia.
According to statistics from Touring Data, BlackPink’s Born Pink World Tour became the highest-grossing tour by a female group in history, surpassing legendary British girl groups Spice Girls’ Spice World-2019 Tour, which made US$78.2 million over 13 sold-out shows.
Meanwhile, the Born Pink tour has made US$78.5 million over 26 shows with 366,000 tickets, and the tour has not yet finished.
The girl band is formed by YG Entertainment, consisting of four members Jisoo, Jennie, Rosé, and Lisa. The group debuted in August 2016 with their single album Square One.
BlackPink has broken numerous online records throughout its career. Their music video for Ddu-Du Ddu-Du was the first by a Korean group to surpass 1 billion views and is currently the most-viewed by a Korean group on YouTube.
BlackPink's music videos for Kill This Love (2019) and How You Like That (2020) each set records for the most-viewed music video within the first 24 hours of release, with the latter breaking three and setting two Guinness World Records.
After the concert’s announcement, Vietnam Airlines, Bamboo Airways, and other Asian airlines released promotion packages for K-pop fans in the region to fly to Hanoi to enjoy the show.
The announcement was unveiled on the social networks of BlackPink and the band’s company YG Entertainment.
The organizers have not announced the official ticket price information, but compared to other K-pop concerts, the cost is expected to range between VND 3,000,000-10,000,000 (US$130-435).
Born Pink World Tour is the group's second worldwide concert tour in support of their second album, Born Pink.
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