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Blackpink concert tours
Blackpink performing at their In Your Area World Tour in Seoul

Blackpink performing at their In Your Area World Tour in Seoul in 2018

Concert tours 2
Concerts 2

Fan meetings

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South Korean girl group Blackpink has performed in two concert tours (one of which have been worldwide), two one-day concerts and one fan meeting since their debut in August 2016. In July 2017, Blackpink held their debut Japanese showcase at the Nippon Budokan in Tokyo in front of 14,000 fans. The group's first concert tour commenced in July 2018 with their Blackpink Arena Tour, which held 8 shows throughout Japan and attracted 125,000 spectators. In November of that year, Blackpink embarked on their first worldwide concert tour, titled "In Your Area" in Seoul. The tour saw 36 shows in 18 countries across Asia, North America, Europe and Oceania. The tour garnered a record-breaking amount of attendees and has been regarded as the most successful concert tour conducted by a K-pop girl group.[1]

Concert tours[edit]

Blackpink Arena Tour (2018)[edit]

Blackpink Arena Tour
Japan tour by Blackpink
Associated albumBlackpink
Blackpink in Your Area
Start dateJuly 24, 2018 (2018-07-24)
End dateDecember 24, 2018 (2018-12-24)
Legs2
No. of shows
  • 8 in Japan
  • 8 total
Blackpink concert chronology

Background[edit]

The 2018 tour of Japan was to promote their first Japanese extended play. Six shows were initially released with an extra being added in Chiba due to overwhelming demand,[2] the tour officially began on July 24 in Osaka.[3] On July 7, the final stop of the tour was added for December 24 at Kyocera Dome Osaka.[4] They embarked on their first concert tour of Japan titled "Black Pink Arena Tour 2018" in Osaka on July 24–25.

Set list
  1. "Ddu-Du-Ddu-Du"
  2. "Forever Young"
  3. "Whistle" (acoustic version)
  4. "Stay" (Japanese version)
  5. "Can''t Take My Eyes Off You" (Frankie Valli cover) (Jennie solo)
  6. "Solo" (Jennie solo) (during Special final in Kyocera Dome Osaka only)
  7. "Eyes Closed" / "Eyes, Nose, Lips" (Rosé solo)
  8. "Lemon" / "Faded" / "Attention" (Lisa solo dance number)
  9. "Sakurairo Mau Koro" (Jisoo solo)
  10. "Yuki no Hana" (Jisoo solo) (during Special final in Kyocera Dome Osaka only)
  11. "Yoncé" (Beyoncé cover, dance number)
  12. "So Hot" (The Black Label remix) (Wonder Girls cover)
  13. "See U Later"
  14. "Really"
  15. "Boombayah" (Japanese version)
  16. "Playing With Fire" (Japanese version)
  17. "As If It's Your Last" (Japanese version)
Encore
  1. "Whistle" (Japanese version)
  2. "Ddu-Du-Ddu-Du"

Tour dates[edit]

Date City Country Venue Attendance
Blackpink Arena Tour 2018[2]
July 24, 2018 Osaka Japan Osaka-Jo Hall 75,000[5][6][7]
July 25, 2018
August 16, 2018 Fukuoka Kokusai Center
August 17, 2018
August 24, 2018 Chiba Makuhari Messe
August 25, 2018
August 26, 2018
Special Final in Kyocera Dome Osaka[8]
December 24, 2018 Osaka Japan Kyocera Dome Osaka 50,000[9]

Blackpink World Tour [In Your Area] (2018–2020)[edit]

Concerts[edit]

Blackpink Japan Premium Debut Showcase (2017)[edit]

Blackpink Japan Premium Debut Showcase
Japan tour by Blackpink
Blackpink Showcase.jpg
Associated albumBlackpink
Blackpink concert chronology

Background[edit]

Blackpink held their debut Japanese showcase at Nippon Budokan in front of 14,000 fans. The setlist consisted of the group's previous releases being performed in Japanese, as well as an encore of the Korean version of "Boombayah". The showcase was later broadcast on Japanese TV channel M-on! HD, and the videos were included in the repackaged version of the group's debut EP Re: Blackpink (2018).

Set list
  1. "Boombayah"
  2. "Playing With Fire"
  3. "Whistle"
  4. "Stay"
  5. "As If It''s Your Last"
  6. "Boombayah" (Korean)
Tour dates
Date City Country Venue Attendance
July 20, 2017 Tokyo Japan Nippon Budokan 14,000[10]

The Show (2021)[edit]

Fan meetings[edit]

2019 Private Stage [Chapter 1][edit]

The fan meetings were held at 1 PM and 6 PM KST on September 21, 2019.[11]

Dates
Date City Country Venue
September 21, 2019
(Two Shows)
Seoul South Korea Olympic Hall

Award shows, television shows and festivals[edit]

Date Event Country Performed song(s)
November 16, 2016 Asia Artist Awards 2016 South Korea "Whistle"
"Playing with Fire"
November 19, 2016 2016 Melon Music Awards
December 26, 2016 2016 SBS Gayo Daejeon
January 13, 2017 31st Golden Disc Awards
January 19, 2017 26th Seoul Music Awards "Playing with Fire"
"Boombayah"
February 22, 2017 6th Gaon Chart Music Awards "Whistle"
"Playing with Fire"
December 25, 2017 2017 SBS Gayo Daejeon "So Hot (The BLACKLABEL Remix)"
"As If It's Your Last"
January 10, 2018 32nd Golden Disc Awards "Playing with Fire"
"As If It's Your Last"
January 25, 2018 27th Seoul Music Awards "As If It's Your Last"
June 22, 2018 Lotte Duty Free Family Concert "As If It's Your Last"
"Stay"
"Forever Young"
October 14, 2018 SBS Super Concert in Suwon "Ddu-Du Ddu-Du"
"Forever Young"
December 1, 2018 2018 Melon Music Awards "Ddu-Du Ddu-Du"
December 25, 2018 2018 SBS Gayo Daejun "Solo" (Jennie)
"Ddu-Du Ddu-Du"
"Forever Young"
January 5, 2019 33rd Golden Disc Awards "Ddu-Du Ddu-Du"
"Forever Young"
January 23, 2019 8th Gaon Chart Music Awards
February 11, 2019 The Late Show with Stephen Colbert United States "Ddu-Du Ddu-Du"
February 12, 2019 Good Morning America "Ddu-Du Ddu-Du"
"Forever Young"
April 12 & 19, 2019 Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival
Setlist
  1. "Ddu-Du Ddu-Du"
  2. "Forever Young"
  3. "Stay"
  4. "Whistle"
  5. "Kiss and Make Up"
  6. "Solo" (Jennie)
  7. "Kill This Love"
  8. "Don't Know What to Do"
  9. "Kick It"
  10. "See You Later"
  11. "Playing with Fire"
  12. "Boombayah"
  13. "As If It's Your Last"
April 18, 2019 The Late Late Show with James Corden "Kill This Love"
August 18, 2019 Summer Sonic Festival in Chiba Japan "Ddu-Du Ddu-Du"
"Forever Young"
"Stay"
"Whistle"
"Kill This Love"
"Don't Know What to Do"
"Kick It"
"Boombayah"
"As If It's Your Last"
September 7, 2019 Wired Music Festival
June 26, 2020 The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon United States "How You Like That"
October 21, 2020 Jimmy Kimmel Live! "Lovesick Girls"
November 25, 2020 Tokopedia's Waktu Indonesia Belanja Indonesia
January 25, 2021 "Pretty Savage"
January 27, 2021 The Late Late Show with James Corden United States

References[edit]

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