Tickets of Blackpink’s S’pore Concert to Be Sold from 21 Nov; Weverse & Paypal Members Can Buy Earlier

Good news, Blinks: looks like Blackpink is finally emerging from the YG dungeon.

As you may already know, the K-pop girl group has announced Singapore as one of their stops in Asia for the Born Pink world tour and is set to perform on 13 May next year at the National Stadium.

More deets have been revealed.

Where to Buy Tickets

Although the cost of tickets has not yet been disclosed, the two-year concert drought should have given most of us enough time to save up some money in advance.

For die-hard fans with money ready to see the girls, Live Nation has announced that official Blink Fanclub presale tickets on Weverse will be made available starting from November 21.

Do note that you must have an account with Ticketmaster in order to purchase the tickets. The presale registration period starts from 7 November, 2 pm to 9 November, 2 pm.

For Paypal members, tickets will be made available for purchase on Live Nation as well, on November 22.

The general public will have to purchase their tickets starting at 10am on November 24.

Two Year Hiatus

Prior to their comeback in August with Pink Venom, they had a two-year hiatus from producing music. Their last release was back in 2020, titled The Album, with the hit single “How You Like That, Ice Cream” ( with American singer-actress Selena Gomez), and “Lovesick Girls”.

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But their recent comeback has clearly proven that their popularity remains unabated during the hiatus. Pink Venom managed to top Spotify upon its release.

Under the Daily Top Songs chart, the group achieved a historical feat as it topped the rankings (US time), becoming the first female K-pop group to do so. The song was also placed first on the platform’s Global Top 50 chart.

On YouTube, their music video made a new record for being the fastest female artist to reach such a large quantity of views on the platform, accumulating more than 70 million views within 15 hours of its release and more than 100 million within 30 hours.

Hopefully, with additional stops in Asia including Malaysia, Indonesia, and the Philippines, some of which are hosting for two days, purchasing tickets will be easier and smoother for us this time, as compared to the catastrophe that was the Seventeen’s Be The Sun concert.

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