BLACKPINK have added Hanoi to their ‘Born Pink’ world tour. Information on tickets is “coming soon.” BLACKPINK has added two new Hanoi, Vietnam performances to their ongoing ‘Born Pink’ world tour.
In July, BLACKPINK will bring their ‘Born Pink’ international tour to the Southeast Asian nation of Vietnam. The revised Hanoi performances will take place on July 29 and 30 at the Mỹ Đình National Stadium, as announced today (June 26):
— BLACKPINKOFFICIAL (@BLACKPINK) June 26, 2023
This will bring Blackpink’s tour total to 26 concerts in 13 Asian cities. According to the official website for BLACKPINK’s ‘Born Pink’ world tour, ticketing information and other details for the upcoming Hanoi shows are “coming soon.”
The forthcoming ‘Born Pink’ world tour in Hanoi will occur between the previously announced Encore leg in Europe and the United States. BLACKPINK is scheduled to perform at the Stade de France in Paris, France, on July 15.
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It is their “only stadium date in Europe this summer.” In August, the quartet will play five stadium performances across the United States, following two concerts in Hanoi.
According to Vietnam Government, @BLACKPINK’s BORN PINK World Tour in Hanoi is meant to strengthen cultural exchanges between the people of the two countries, Vietnam & South Korea.
“Specifically, in an exchange with Government Information about this event, the Director of… pic.twitter.com/bQrcU0I0uw
— BLΛCKPIИK GLOBAL FANBASE (@BLACKPINKGLOBAL) June 28, 2023
They consist of two performances at the MetLife Stadium in New Jersey, one performance at the Allegiant Stadium in Nevada, and two performances in California. This month, BLACKPINK member Jennie departed in the middle of one of the group’s Melbourne performances.
YG Entertainment stated in a statement at the time that the singer “was unable to complete the stage due to her deteriorating condition.” In a subsequent Instagram Stories post, the K-pop icon apologized personally for departing the concert early. Jennie wrote:
“I’m doing my best to recover [at the moment]. Your understanding and support means the world to me,” “Thank you to everyone who came out to our Melbourne show. Love you guys.”
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