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Globe Brings BLACKPINK Back in Your Area with the BORN PINK World Tour

Check out the tour dates and stops, and learn more about the K-Pop group’s sophomore album



After a two-year hiatus, BLACKPINK returned to the spotlight to the delight of their fans and shut down every music chart with the much-awaited comeback, BORN PINK.


Fronted by today’s highly sought-after artists Jisoo, Jennie, Rosé, and Lisa, the girl group’s latest album featured eight hard-hitting hip-hop, pop, disco, and ballad tracks that fans have kept on heavy rotation all year.


With this release out in the world, what’s next? The four-piece act dubbed the “biggest girl group in the world” is set to head back onstage in your area with the BORN PINK World Tour.


Filipino Blinks might be wondering: Is BLACKPINK coming to the Philippines? The answer is Yeah Yeah Yeah, as Globe is set to get you a taste of that Pink Venom! Read on for everything you need to know about BLACKPINK’s new album, tour dates, and more.



BORN PINK World Tour Dates and Stops

Following the K-Pop royalty’s first world tour, the In Your Area World Tour, and a year after their first online concert, Blackpink: The Show, the upcoming BORN PINK World Tour marks BLACKPINK’s third in-person concert tour that’s set to take over Seoul, North America, Europe, Asia, and Australia from October 15, 2022, to June 21, 2023. 



The tour officially kicked off in Seoul on October 15 and 16, where the girls stunned audiences with their solo performances—especially Jennie, who unexpectedly performed a new, unreleased song, “You and Me.”


Jisoo, meanwhile, sang her heart out during her rendition of Camilla Cabello’s “Liar.” Lisa, the group’s main dancer and maknae, had her moment when she performed her solo, “LALISA,” before wowing viewers with a pole dance to introduce her next song, “MONEY.” Rosé, the main vocalist, performed a mashup of “Hard To Love” and her solo single, “On The Ground.”


After the Seoul shows, the group will make their way to North America for 10 shows in seven cities across the United States and Canada from October 25 to November 19. 


BLACKPINK will close the year by visiting Europe from November 30 to December 22 and will then move to Asia and the Middle East at the beginning of 2023 from January 7 to May 13. Next, the girl group will make their way over to Australia and New Zealand from June 10 to 21. 



Filipino fans, this is your moment, too! Mark your calendars as the girls of BLACKPINK make their stop in the country on March 25-26, 2023, at the Philippine Arena in Bulacan.


The BORN PINK World Tour will be the second time the girl group will hold a concert in the Philippines, following their last performance on February 2, 2019, and their special meet and greet event on June 6, 2019. 


The fan club presale for BORN PINK tickets is scheduled on November 18, and Live Nation Philippines members can secure theirs on November 19. Tickets will go live for the general public on November 20.



Back in Your Area with New Music

BORN PINK is the highly anticipated sophomore album comeback by Blinks and casual listeners alike. It’s a compact collection reflecting the group’s journey within the K-Pop industry over the span of six years since their debut in 2016. 


The new BORN PINK album has eight songs, including BLACKPINK’s pre-release single, “Pink Venom,” and title track, “Shut Down,” which gave the group multiple No. 1s in Billboard’s Hot Trending Songs chart


The album’s centerpiece is Rosé's third official solo track, “Hard to Love,” which pleasantly surprised Blinks worldwide. The pop-rock song contrasts its heart-wrenching lyrics with an upbeat disco guitar riff, which only makes us more excited to see what’s next for the lead singer.


Meanwhile, the fourth track in the album, “Yeah Yeah Yeah,” co-written by Rosé and Jisoo, showcased vulnerable lyrics contrary to the song’s happy synth-pop melody, similar to the group’s “Lovesick Girls” from their debut album, THE ALBUM.


In an interview with Rolling Stone, Jisoo stressed the importance of their involvement in making their new album. “We don’t just receive a completed song,” she said. “If we just received pre-made songs, it would feel mechanical.” The BLACKPINK member also pointed out that she feels “more love for the process” because of how involved they are from the beginning.


Make the most of your Spotify subscription and stream the album today:




BLACKPINK is the Revolution

BLACKPINK ascended to K-Pop royalty status with Blinks rallying behind them. Now serving their comeback album BORN PINK, Jisoo, Jennie, Rosé, and Lisa only prove why BLACKPINK is still the revolution. 


Bet You Wanna join the fun as Globe brings back BLACKPINK for the Philippine leg of their BORN PINK World Tour. 




Be sure to stay in the loop for exclusive offers, early access, merch giveaways, unique on-ground experiences, and other BLACKPINK updates!


For all things Hallyu, Blinks, and other K-Pop fans can join the Kmmunity PH for Globe-exclusive events and other K-pop trend updates. What are you waiting for? Join the reinvention revolution and reinvent your world with Globe and BLACKPINK today.



Art Maurice Zafra

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