Blackpink to shut down Singapore’s National Stadium next year

An accomplished K-pop girl group is saving the best for last for their upcoming second world tour.

World-renowned South Korean girl group Blackpink is returning to Singapore to close the Asian leg of their Born Pink world tour on May 13 at the National Stadium.

The tour announcement followed the release of their second full-length album in September which unsurprisingly dominated Billboard’s music charts and Spotify streams.

According to organizers, this is the largest Asia tour out of all female K-pop groups in history. It will kick off next year in January in Bangkok (Jan. 7 and 8) followed by Hong Kong (Jan. 13 to 15), Riyadh (Jan. 20), Abu Dhabi (Jan. 28), Kuala Lumpur (March 4), Jakarta (March 11 and 12), Kaohsiung (March 18), Manila (March 25 and 26), and will end in Singapore.

The four-member chart-topping group rose to instant fame worldwide after debuting in 2016 and has since collected countless acclaimed musical achievements.

They previously played at the Singapore Indoor Stadium for their first world tour In Your Area in 2019.

Tickets will go on sale to the general public from Nov. 24 at 10am.

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