List of Blackpink concert tours

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South Korean girl group Blackpink have embarked on two headlining concert tours. In July 2017, the group held their debut showcase in Japan.[1] This was followed by their first Japanese concert tour, Blackpink Arena Tour, where they visited Osaka, Fukuoka and Chiba. In 2018, Blackpink embarked on their first world tour, Blackpink World Tour (In Your Area), in support of their album Square Up, which marked the first time for the group to tour Asia, North America, Europe, and Australia.

Blackpink Japan Premium Debut Showcase (2017)[edit]

Blackpink Japan Premium Debut Showcase
Japan tour by Blackpink
Blackpink Showcase.jpg
Associated albumBlackpink
Blackpink concert chronology
  • Blackpink Japan Premium Debut Showcase
    (2017)
  • Blackpink Arena Tour
    (2018)

Background[edit]

In order to promote themselves in Japan, Blackpink held their debut showcase at Nippon Budokan in front of 14,000 fans. The set list 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 as well as the videos being included in the repackaged version of the group's debut EP Re: Blackpink which was released in early 2018.

Set list[edit]

  1. "Boombayah"
  2. "Playing With Fire"
  3. "Whistle"
  4. "Stay"
  5. "As If It''s Your Last"
  6. "Boombayah" (Korean version)

Tour dates[edit]

Date City Country Venue Attendance
July 20, 2017 Tokyo Japan Nippon Budokan 14,000[2]

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
  • Blackpink Japan Premium Debut Showcase
    (2017)
  • Blackpink Arena Tour
    (2018)
  • Blackpink World Tour (In Your Area)
    (2018–2020)

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,[3] the tour officially began on July 24 in Osaka.[4] On July 7, the final stop of the tour was added for December 24 at Kyocera Dome Osaka.[5] They embarked on their first concert tour of Japan titled "Black Pink Arena Tour 2018" in Osaka on July 24–25.

Set list[edit]

  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. "Yujino 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[3]
July 24, 2018 Osaka Japan Osaka-Jo Hall 75,000[6][7][8]
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[9]
December 24, 2018 Osaka Japan Kyocera Dome Osaka 50,000[10]

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

Blackpink World Tour
"In Your Area"
World tour by Blackpink
Associated albumSquare One
Square Two
Square Up
Kill This Love
Blackpink in Your Area
Start dateNovember 10, 2018 (2018-11-10)
End dateFebruary 22, 2020 (2020-02-22)
Legs6
No. of shows
  • 21 in Asia
  • 7 in North America
  • 6 in Europe
  • 2 in Australia
  • 36 in total
Blackpink concert chronology
  • Blackpink Arena Tour
    (2018)
  • Blackpink World Tour
    (In Your Area)

    (2018–2020)

Set list[edit]

The North American setlist was performed at the May 1, 2019 concert at the Prudential Center in New Jersey. It does not represent all shows throughout the tour.[11]

Set list of the first show in Seoul

Main Set
Act 1

  1. "Ddu-Du Ddu-Du"
  2. "Forever Young"
  3. "Stay" (remixed version)
  4. "Sure Thing" (Miguel cover)
  5. "Whistle"

Act 2

  1. "Clarity" (Zedd cover) (Jisoo solo)
  2. "I Like It / Faded / Attention" (Lisa solo dance number)
  3. "Let It Be / You & I / Only Look At Me" (Rosé solo)
  4. "Solo" (Jennie solo)

Act 3

  1. "Kiss and Make Up"
  2. "So Hot" (The Black Label remix) (Wonder Girls cover)
  3. "Really"
  4. "See U Later"

Act 4

  1. "Playing with Fire"
  2. "16 Shots" (Stefflon Don cover, dance number)
  3. "Boombayah"
  4. "As If It's Your Last"

Encore

  1. "Whistle" (rock version)
  2. "Ddu-Du Ddu-Du"
  3. "Stay"
Set list in Asia

Main Set
Act 1

  1. "Ddu-Du Ddu-Du"
  2. "Forever Young"
  3. "Stay" (remixed version)
  4. "Whistle"

Act 2

  1. "Clarity" (Zedd cover) (Jisoo solo)
  2. "Take Me / Swalla" (Lisa solo dance number)
  3. "Let It Be / You & I / Only Look At Me" (Rosé solo)
  4. "Solo" (Jennie solo)

Act 3

  1. "Kiss and Make Up"
  2. "So Hot" (The Black Label remix) (Wonder Girls cover)
  3. "Playing with Fire"
  4. "Really"
  5. "See U Later"

Act 4

  1. "16 Shots" (Stefflon Don cover, dance number)
  2. "Boombayah"
  3. "As If It's Your Last"

Encore

  1. "Ddu-Du Ddu-Du"
  2. "Stay"
Set list in North America, Europe and Australia

Main Set
Act 1

  1. "Ddu-Du Ddu-Du"
  2. "Forever Young"
  3. "Stay" (remixed version)
  4. "Whistle"

Act 2

  1. "Let It Be / You & I / Only Look At Me" (Rosé solo)
  2. "Take Me / Swalla" (Lisa solo dance number)
  3. "Clarity" (Zedd cover) (Jisoo solo)
  4. "Solo" (Jennie solo)

Act 3

  1. "Kill This Love"
  2. "Don't Know What to Do"
  3. "Kiss and Make Up"
  4. "Really"
  5. "See U Later"

Act 4

  1. "Playing with Fire"
  2. "Kick It"
  3. "Boombayah"
  4. "As If It's Your Last"

Encore

  1. "Ddu-Du Ddu-Du" (remixed version)
  2. "Hope Not"
Set list in Japan

Main Set
Act 1

  1. "Ddu-Du Ddu-Du"
  2. "Forever Young"
  3. "Stay" (remixed version)
  4. "Whistle"

Act 2

  1. "Someone You Loved" (Lewis Capaldi cover) (Rosé solo)
  2. "Good Thing / Señorita" (Lisa solo dance number)
  3. "How can I love the heartbreak, you're the one I love" (AKMU cover) (Jisoo solo)
  4. "Solo" (Jennie solo)

Act 3

  1. "Kill This Love"
  2. "Don't Know What to Do"
  3. "Kiss and Make Up"
  4. "Really"
  5. "See U Later"

Act 4

  1. "Playing with Fire"
  2. "Kick It"
  3. "Boombayah"
  4. "As If It's Your Last"

Encore

  1. "Ddu-Du Ddu-Du" (remixed version)
  2. "Whistle" (acoustic version)
  3. "Hope Not"
Notes
  • During the show in Los Angeles, they performed "Whistle (Acoustic ver.)" instead of the original version. During the encore stage, "Stay" was performed instead of "Hope Not".
  • During the first show in Newark, Dua Lipa joined Blackpink to perform "Kiss and Make Up".[12]
  • During the show in Manchester, Blackpink modified elements of their performances with due respect to the approaching 2nd anniversary of the Manchester Arena bombing incident. Specifically, "Ddu-Du Ddu-Du" was removed from the setlist, "Whistle" lyrics and "Kill This Love" choreography were changed. During the encore stage, Blackpink dedicated "Stay" to the victims and those affected by the attack; another performance of "Don't Know What To Do" was added along with the original setlist.[13]
  • During the show in Melbourne and Sydney, Rosé added "Coming Home" to her solo medley performance.
  • During the show in Sydney, "Stay" was added to the encore performance.

Tour dates[edit]

Date City Country Venue Attendance Revenue
Asia[14]
November 10, 2018 Seoul South Korea Olympic Gymnastics Arena 20,000[15] N/A
November 11, 2018
January 11, 2019 Bangkok Thailand IMPACT Arena 120,000[16]
January 12, 2019
January 13, 2019
January 19, 2019 Jakarta Indonesia Indonesia Convention Exhibition
January 20, 2019
January 26, 2019 Hong Kong AsiaWorld-Arena
February 2, 2019 Pasay Philippines Mall of Asia Arena
February 15, 2019 Singapore Singapore Indoor Stadium
February 23, 2019 Kuala Lumpur Malaysia Malawati Indoor Stadium
February 24, 2019
March 3, 2019 Taipei Taiwan Linkou Arena
North America[17]
April 17, 2019 Inglewood United States The Forum 15,000[18] N/A
April 24, 2019 Rosemont Allstate Arena N/A
April 27, 2019 Hamilton Canada FirstOntario Centre
May 1, 2019 Newark United States Prudential Center 20,000[19]
May 2, 2019 N/A
May 5, 2019 Duluth Infinite Energy Center 9,180 / 9,339[20] $1,518,063[20]
May 8, 2019 Fort Worth Fort Worth Convention Center N/A N/A
Europe[21]
May 18, 2019 Amsterdam Netherlands AFAS Live N/A N/A
May 21, 2019 Manchester England Manchester Arena 5,424 / 6,121[20] $682,256[20]
May 22, 2019 London SSE Arena, Wembley 9,968 / 10,074[20] $1,421,480[20]
May 24, 2019 Berlin Germany Max-Schmeling-Halle 10,000[22] N/A
May 26, 2019 Paris France Zénith Paris 7,000[23]
May 28, 2019 Barcelona Spain Palau Sant Jordi 10,000[24]
Asia
June 8, 2019 Macao Cotai Arena 10,000[25] N/A
Oceania[26]
June 13, 2019 Melbourne Australia Rod Laver Arena N/A N/A
June 15, 2019 Sydney Qudos Bank Arena 14,317 / 14,491[27] $1,542,850[27]
Asia (Encore)
July 12, 2019 Bangkok Thailand IMPACT Arena 30,000[28] N/A
July 13, 2019
July 14, 2019
Asia (Japan)[29]
December 4, 2019 Tokyo Japan Tokyo Dome 205,000[30] N/A
January 4, 2020 Osaka Kyocera Dome
January 5, 2020
February 22, 2020 Fukuoka Fukuoka Dome

Personnel[edit]

Blackpink

Band

  • Omar Dominick (Bass)
  • Dante Jackson (Keyboard)
  • Justin Lyons (Guitar)
  • Bennie Rodgers II (Drums)

Accolades[edit]

Organization Award Result Ref.
Teen Choice Award Choice Summer Tour Nominated [31]
45th People's Choice Awards The Concert Tour of 2019 Won [32]

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