BLACKPINK Set North American ‘In Your Area’ Tour Dates


BLACKPINK in your space! If your space occurs to be one of many six North American cities the Ok-pop quartet will likely be bringing their 2019 world tour to.

After teasing reside dates, the group’s label YG Entertainment shared the North American live performance stops social media Monday (Feb. 11). The group will kick off the North American leg of their BLACKPINK In Your Area 2019 world tour with KIA in Los Angeles on April 17, in between the 2 weekends of Coachella, the place they'll even be performing. The tour will then take the act to Chicago and Hamilton earlier than the month is out. May will see the 4 girls carry their present to Newark, Atlanta, and Fort Worth.

BLACKPINK will likely be performing in sizable venues all through North America, together with a number of arenas, a formidable feat contemplating the group has at the moment solely a handful of songs to their title. But the tour would possibly function some new music: the founding father of YG Entertainment, Yang Hyun-Suk, recently shared on Instagram that the lady group is trying to launch a brand new EP in March.

The group carried out for the primary time within the U.S. final week at Universal Music's annual Grammy Artist Showcase. BLACKPINK signed a partnership take care of Universal Music Group (UMG) and Interscope final 12 months.

The well-liked quartet, which options members Rosé, Jisoo, Jennie and Lisa, debuted on the Billboard 200 final 12 months with their EP Square Up touchdown at No. 40. That album additionally helped them make it onto the Hot 100 with their hit single “Ddu-Du Ddu-Du,” which peaked at No. 55 on the chart dated June 30. 2018 additionally noticed BLACKPINK’s collab with Dua Lipa “Kiss and Make Up” seem on the identical chart, the place it peaked at No. 93 on the chart dated Nov. three.

The Stateside tour will likely be introduced by YG in affiliation with Powerhouse Live.

The North American dates of BLACKPINK’s In Your Area 2019 world tour are as follows:

April 17 — The Forum, Los Angeles, California 
April 24 — Allstate Arena Chicago, Illinois 
April 27 — Firstontario Centre Hamilton, Ontario 
May 1 — Prudential Center, Newark, New Jersey 
May 5 — Infinite Energy Arena, Atlanta, Georgia 
May eight — Forth Worth conference Center, Fort Worth, Texas