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Blackpink live performances
블랙핑크 (BLACKPINK) Born Pink World Tour In Seoul 221016.jpg
Blackpink in Seoul on their Born Pink World Tour, October 2022
Concert tours3
One-off concerts2
Fanmeetings1
Music festivals13
Award shows12
TV shows and specials9
Other live performances4

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.[1] 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 17 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.[2]

Concert tours[edit]

Title Dates Associated album(s) Location(s) Shows Gross Attendance Ref.
Blackpink Arena Tour 2018 July 24, 2018 – December 24, 2018 Blackpink
Blackpink in Your Area
Japan 8 125,000 [3][4]
In Your Area World Tour November 10, 2018 – February 22, 2020 Square Up
Kill This Love
Asia
North America
Europe
Oceania
36 $56,756,285 472,183 [5][2]
Born Pink World Tour October 15, 2022 – June 21, 2023 Born Pink Asia
North America
Europe
Oceania
45 TBA [6]

One-off concerts[edit]

Title Date Venue City Setlist Attendance Ref.
Blackpink Japan Premium Debut Showcase July 20, 2017 Nippon Budokan Tokyo
  • "Boombayah"
  • "Playing With Fire"
  • "Whistle"
  • "Stay"
  • "As If It's Your Last"
  • "Boombayah" (Korean version)
14,000 [1]
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.
YG Palm Stage ― 2021 Blackpink: The Show January 31, 2021 YouTube Music Seoul
Setlist
  • "Kill This Love"
  • "Crazy Over You"
  • "How You Like That"
  • "Playing With Fire"
  • "Lovesick Girls"
  • "Habits (Stay High)" (Jisoo cover)
  • "Say So" (Lisa cover)
  • "Sour Candy"
  • "Love To Hate Me"
  • "You Never Know"
  • "Solo" (Jennie solo)
  • "Gone" (Rosé solo)
  • "Pretty Savage"
  • "Ddu-Du Ddu-Du"
  • "Whistle"
  • "As If It's Your Last"
  • "Boombayah"
  • "Forever Young"
280,000+ [7]
[8]
[9]
Blackpink held their first online virtual pay-per-view concert named "The Show" on January 31, 2021. It was available exclusively on Blackpink's YouTube channel and included first-time performances of songs from The Album, as well as a preview of member Rosé's "Gone" from her solo debut single R, which was later released on March 12. The livestream concert recorded approximately 280,000 paid subscribers, generating more than ₩10 billion (US$8.9 million) from ticket sales.

Fanmeetings[edit]

Title Date City Country Venue Ref.
2019 Private Stage [Chapter 1] September 21, 2019
(Two shows)
Seoul South Korea Olympic Hall [10]

Music festivals[edit]

Event Date Venue Location Performed song(s) Ref.
SBS Gayo Daejeon December 26, 2016 COEX Hall D Seoul [11]
A-Nation August 27, 2017 Ajinomoto Stadium Tokyo
[12]
Daejeon SF Music Festival September 24, 2017 Daejeon World Cup Stadium Daejeon
  • "As If It's Your Last"
  • "Playing with Fire"
[13]
Pyeongchang Music Festa September 28, 2017 Phoenix Pyeongchang Pyeongchang
  • "Playing with Fire"
  • "As If It's Your Last"
  • "Stay""
[14]
Fever Festival September 30, 2017 Seoul Plaza Seoul
  • "Playing with Fire"
  • "As If It's Your Last"
  • "Whistle"
  • "Stay"
[15]
Korea Music Festival October 1, 2017 Gocheok Sky Dome
  • "Playing with Fire"
  • "As If It's Your Last"
[16]
Busan One Asia Festival October 22, 2017 Asiad Main Stadium Busan
  • "As If It's Your Last"
  • "Playing with Fire"
[17]
SBS Gayo Daejeon December 25, 2017 Gocheok Sky Dome Seoul
[18]
December 25, 2018
[19]
Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival April 12, 2019 – April 19, 2019 Empire Polo Club Indio
  • "Ddu-Du Ddu-Du"
  • "Forever Young"
  • "Stay"
  • "Whistle"
  • "Kiss and Make Up"
  • "Solo" (Jennie solo)
  • "Kill This Love"
  • "Don't Know What To Do"
  • "Kick It"
  • "See U Later"
  • "Playing with Fire"
  • "Boombayah"
  • "As If It's Your Last"
[20]
A-Nation August 17, 2019 Yanmar Stadium Nagai Osaka
  • "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"
[21]
Summer Sonic Festival August 18, 2019 Zozo Marine Stadium Chiba [22]
Wired Music Festival September 7, 2019 Aichi Sky Expo Aichi [23]
BST Hyde Park July 2, 2023 Hyde Park London TBA [24]

Award shows[edit]

Event Date City Performed song(s) Ref.
1st Asia Artist Awards November 16, 2016 Seoul [25]
2016 Melon Music Awards November 19, 2016 [26]
31st Golden Disc Awards January 13, 2017 Goyang [27]
26th Seoul Music Awards January 19, 2017 Seoul
[28]
6th Gaon Chart Music Awards February 22, 2017
  • "Whistle"
  • "Playing with Fire"
[29]
2017 MTV Video Music Awards Japan September 27, 2017 Tokyo
[30]
32nd Golden Disc Awards January 10, 2018 Goyang
  • "Playing with Fire"
  • "As If It's Your Last"
[31]
27th Seoul Music Awards January 25, 2018 Seoul
  • "As If It's Your Last"
[32]
2018 MTV Video Music Awards Japan October 10, 2018 Tokyo [33]
2018 Melon Music Awards December 1, 2018 Seoul [34]
33rd Golden Disc Awards January 5, 2019
[35]
8th Gaon Chart Music Awards January 23, 2019 [36]
2022 MTV Video Music Awards August 28, 2022 Newark [37]

TV shows and specials[edit]

Event Date City Performed song(s) Ref.
Park Jin-young's Party People August 12, 2017 Seoul [38]
Good Morning America February 12, 2019 New York City [39]
The Late Show with Stephen Colbert [40]
Strahan & Sara February 15, 2019 [41]
The Late Late Show with James Corden April 18, 2019 Los Angeles [42]
Music Station October 18, 2019 Tokyo [43]
The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon June 27, 2020 New York City [44]
Jimmy Kimmel Live! October 20, 2020 Los Angeles [45]
Good Morning America October 21, 2020 New York City [46]
Waktu Indonesia Belanja TV Show November 25, 2020 Jakarta [47]
January 25, 2021 [48]
The Late Late Show with James Corden January 27, 2021 Los Angeles [49]
Music Station August 20, 2021 Tokyo
  • "Lovesick Girls"
[50]
Jimmy Kimmel Live! September 19, 2022 Los Angeles

Other live performances[edit]

Event Date City Performed song(s) Ref.
TGC Hiroshima 2017 by Tokyo Girls Collection Autumn/Winter September 2, 2017 Hiroshima
  • "Boombayah"
  • "Playing with Fire"
  • "As If It's Your Last"
[51]
Lotte Duty Free Family Concert June 22, 2018 Seoul
  • "As If It's Your Last"
  • "Stay"
  • "Forever Young"
[52]
TGC Kitakyushu 2018 by Tokyo Girls Collection October 6, 2018 Kitakyushu
  • "Ddu-Du Ddu-Du"
  • "Forever Young"
  • "As If It's Your Last"
[53]
SBS Super Concert in Suwon October 14, 2018 Suwon
  • "Ddu-Du Ddu-Du"
  • "Forever Young"
[54]

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