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BLACKPINK to stage a concert in Manila in March 2023

BLACKPINK will be bringing their 'Born Pink World Tour' to Manila on March 25, 2023.

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08/09/2022 12:08 PM
BLACKPINK to stage a concert in Manila in March 2023
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BLACKPINK will be heading to Manila for their concert next year.

The K-Pop girl group announced the schedule of their Born Pink World Tour on Monday, August 8.

They will be touring in the US, Europe, Asia, the Middle East, Australia, and New Zealand.


Their Born Pink concert in Manila will happen on March 25, 2023.

They will kick off their tour with a two-day concert in Seoul on October 15 and 16.

The girl group then will be heading afterwards to several cities in the US this year including Dallas, Houston, Atlanta, Los Angeles, and Chicago, among others.

They will also be touring in 2022 in several European cities including London, Barcelona, Paris, and Berlin, among others.

Aside from Manila, other Asian cities included in the Born Pink World Tour next year are Bangkok, Hong Kong, Kuala Lumpur, and Singapore.

They are also heading to Riyadh, Abu Dhabi, Melbourne, Sydney, and Auckland in 2023.

Prior to the tour announcement, BLACKPINK revealed that they will be releasing their new single "Pink Venom" on August 19.   

It was in July when it was first announced that BLACKPINK is making a comeback and will be staging a world tour.

In a report by Naver TV as translated by entertainment website Soompi, YG Entertainment announced in July that the K-Pop girl group was almost done recording their new album.

"A lot of music that is BLACKPINK-esque has been completed with much effort over a long period of time," a representative of YG Entertainment shared.

YG also relayed back in July that BLACKPINK will be staging their biggest tour to date.

READ: BLACKPINK to make a comeback in August, to stage a big world tour

"In order to expand BLACKPINK’s emotional connection with fans all over the world, they will set out for the largest-scale world tour in K-pop girl group history until the end of the year along with their comeback. Furthermore, big projects fitting of that status will continuously follow," YG said.

Composed of Lisa, Jisoo, Rose, and Jennie, BLACKPINK released their previous album The Album back in 2020. It debuted at number two on the US Billboard 200.

The Album produced hit singles like "How You Like That," "Ice Cream" with Selena Gomez, and "Lovesick Girls."

In November 2018, they embarked on a world tour called In Your Area World Tour, which had its finale in February 2020. The girl group performed in 17 countries and 26 cities around the globe during the said world tour.