BLACKPINK Will Be In Your Area In March 2023 On The Biggest Tour Series Of A Female K-Pop Group!
If you missed the BLACKPINK concert back in 2019, worry not- Malaysian BLINKs will have another chance to catch their biases live in March next year.
The band, which consists of Jisoo, Jennie, Rosé and Lisa, will rock the Bukit Jalil National Stadium here, on March 4, 2023 in conjunction with the release of their latest album, which debuts next month.
The stadium can accommodate almost 90,000 BLINKs, as contrasted to their previous two-day-long gig at Malawati Stadium, that could only cater to 13,000 guests at a time. This means your likelihood of acquiring a ticket to this live show is marginally greater than their previous gig.
Citing a report from entertainment portal TwentyTwo13, BLACKPINK is set to embark on the biggest tour series ever organised by a female K-Pop group, and Kuala Lumpur is just one of their many stops along the way!
Fans have waited over 2 years for the girl group’s comeback, and while we were treated to groundbreaking solo debuts and single albums by Rosé and Lisa, there’s nothing quite like seeing all of them shine together on stage like the BLACKPINK we all know and love.
In the words of Park Chaeyoung herself, it’s best when it’s the 4 of them…
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BLACKPINK’s new album is much awaited by fans after the girls launched a their first full album entitled The Album in October 2020.
Ticketing options and sales have not been disclosed as of yet, but we all know that the seats will be booked within minutes and BLINKs can pretty much expect to overwork their computers trying to make it into the buying queue… ah, the things we do to see our bias.
All in all, hope you’re ready to dance as if it’s your last!
Apart from BLACKPINK, Malaysia is also the destination of choice for Billie Eilish who will stage a concert on the same premises next month on August 18, followed by Russ this November and Calum Scott next October.
However, Justin Bieber’s concert, which was scheduled to take place on October 25 this year, has not been confirmed since its initial delay.
The show was postponed because the singer currently suffering from Ramsay Hunt syndrome, or facial paralysis which forced him to reschedule the entire world tour series.