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Ticket prices for BLACKPINK’s 2023 PH concert revealed

The ticket prices and seat plan for the 2023 concert of BLACKPINK in the Philippines have been finally released.

Ticket prices for BLACKPINK’s 2023 PH concert revealed-Leah Bueno
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11/17/2022 04:01 PM
Ticket prices for BLACKPINK’s 2023 PH concert revealed
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The ticket prices and seat plan for the 2023 concert of BLACKPINK in the Philippines have been finally released.

The famous quartet are set to hold a two-day concert at the Philippine Arena in Bulacan on March 25 and 26, 2023, as part of their Asia tour to promote their newest album, Born Pink.

Concert producer Live Nation Philippines has unveiled the list of the ticket prices and the seat plan for the shows, with the cheapest seats costing P3,000. Meanwhile, the most expensive ones—the VIP Soundcheck—are priced at P19,450. Check out the ticket prices below:

•    VIP Soundcheck – P19,450

•    Floor - P14,950

•    LBA Premium - P13,950

•    LBA Regular – P13,600

•    LBB Premium - P12,950

•    LBB Regular – 11,600

•    UBA – P9,000

•    UBB Premium – P7,000

•    UBB Regular – P6,000

•    UBB Sides – P5,000

•    UBC Premium – P4,000

•    UBC Regular – P3,000

Tickets will be available via SM Tickets at 11 a.m. on November 18 for Blink Membership pre-sale, at 10.a.m. on November 19 for LNPH pre-sale, and November 20 for general on sale (both online and outlets) starting 10 a.m.

Aside from Bulacan, BLACKPINK will also have stops in Bangkok, Riyadh, Kuala Lumpur, Kaohsiung, Singapore, Hong Kong, Abu Dhabi, and Jakarta.

BLACKPINK first performed in Manila in 2019 as part of their “In Your Area” World Tour —their first as a group. Held at the MOA Arena in Pasay, dozens of Filipino fans flocked to their concert, including local stars such as Anne Curtis, Liza Soberano, and Maymay Entrata.

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Composed of Jisoo, Jennie, Rosé, and Lisa, BLACKPINK debuted in 2016 under YG Entertainment.

Some their hits include "Pink Venom,” “Shut Down,” “DDU-DU DDU-DU,” “How You Like That,” and “Kill This Love.”