BLACKPINK announce first virtual concert, here's how to get tickets to THE SHOW

BLACKPINK announce first virtual concert, here's how to get tickets to THE SHOW

BLACKPINK are coming to your area through a new mega project.

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UPDATE (12/17): YG Entertainment announced that BLACKPINK: THE SHOW has been postponed to a later date to comply with Korean COVID-19 prevention guidelines and to ensure a safe performance. 

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THE SHOW will now take place on January 31, 2021 (Sunday) via YouTube.

Following the announcement, a new poster for THE SHOW was released.

BLINKs who availed membership to BLACKPINK's official YouTube channel for THE SHOW have been automatically refunded. In order to secure a ticket for the new date, fans may now subscribe to the new members-only access on BLACKPINK's YouTube page.

On Tuesday afternoon (01/12), BLACKPINK announced that there will be additional content exclusive to Plus members. Behind the scenes clips from band sessions, rehearsals, and shooting will be released episodically in January until February. 

YG Entertainment also teased that The Band Six, BLACKPINK's touring band, will be performing at THE SHOW.

Membership is available for PHP 1,798 (Standard) and PHP 2,398 (Plus) here.


UPDATE (12/01): A brand new teaser revolving around the 'Lovesick Girls' act surfaced on social media via YG Entertainment. The clip sees a pair of gloved hands working around a briefcase addressed to BLACKPINK with a passcode that reads 124.

While it isn't completely clear as to what The Invitation is for, fans will soon find out on December 3 at 11 a.m. KST (10 a.m. PHT/SGT).


On Monday (11/23), YG Entertainment released a 30-second teaser video for a project called BLACKPINK AROUND THE WORLD.

The teaser opens with satellite view photos of major cities around the world, including Seoul, Sydney, New York, London, Singapore, Jakarta, Hong Kong, Tokyo, Kuala Lumpur, Taipei, and Bangkok, with their local timestamps listed. It zooms out from a collage of all the satellite view photos to an image of the earth with a pink crown. 

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BLINKs were quick to speculate the upcoming project would be the 'Kill This Love' act's first major online concert.

Further details about BLACKPINK AROUND THE WORLD will be announced soon.

BLACKPINK recently released their first full-length record The Album, which features the singles 'How You Like That,' 'Ice Cream' featuring Selena Gomez, 'Lovesick Girls,' and 'Pretty Savage.'