BLACKPINK, a K-pop group, has announced that Australia will be a stop on their Born Pink World Tour in June. On June 10 and 11, the group will arrive in Melbourne for performances at the Rod Laver Arena. They will perform twice on June 16 and 17 at Sydney’s Qudos Bank Arena.
While that would undoubtedly please Australian fans of BLACKPINK, organizers Frontier Touring also released a statement saying that the scheduled Auckland concert initially “will no longer be practicable” because of “unforeseen logistical issues.”
The celebrities recently gave an exceptional performance of their most recent single, “Shut Down,” on January 28 in Paris with renowned Swedish violinist Daniel Lozakovich.
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The band sang the song at Le Gala des Pièces Jaunes, a charity event hosted by Brigitte Macron, the first lady of France. The concert was broadcast on television and included appearances by Pharrell Williams and Kid Cudi, among others.
‘BORN PINK’ by BLACKPINK has now surpassed 1 billion streams on Spotify.
It becomes their fourth project to achieve this milestone. pic.twitter.com/4ArdKYbVR7
— Pop Base (@PopBase) January 4, 2023
The opening of BLACKPINK’s “Shut Down” performance featured an orchestra playing “La Campanella,” a famously sampled violin piece by Paganini. Later, Lozakovich joined the girl group on stage to play the well-known classical tune as they performed.
The lineup for Coachella 2023 was made public in January. Frank Ocean, BLACKPINK, and Bad Bunny are some of the headliners. The smash song “Ddu-Du Ddu-Du” by BLACKPINK made history earlier that month when its music video became the first by a K-pop group to receive more than two billion views on YouTube.
On January 4, the female group’s record label, YG Entertainment, posted about their accomplishment on their official Twitter account. Jisoo, Jennie, Lisa, and Rosé from BLACKPINK sing the song “Ddu-Du Ddu-Du” in the music video while dressed in various glitzy ensembles. The piece was made available in June 2018 with their debut Korean EP, “Square Up.” In August 2018, the song’s Japanese version was made public.
YG Entertainment officially announced that BLACKPINK’s second studio album “BORN PINK” had surpassed 2 million stock pre-orders, making it the first album by any female artist ever to achieve the feat. pic.twitter.com/3ytJyCtOxX
— Music Mundial (@MusicMundial) August 26, 2022
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