Backpink to Perform in Hanoi late this Month

K-pop sensation Blackpink is gearing up to wow thousands of Vietnamese fans on July 29 and 30, with an anticipated attendance of 67,000 for two sold-out concerts in Hanoi.


According to the Hanoi People’s Committee, Blackpink’s “Born Pink World Tour” concert will be held at My Dinh Stadium on July 29 and July 30 with an audience capacity of approximately 36,000 and 31,000, respectively.

The K’Pop girl group Blackpink has officially confirmed on their fan page that Hanoi will be the next stop on their ongoing “Born Pink World Tour”.

Efforts will be made by Hanoi to ensure the success of the concert, with various measures implemented by relevant units to guarantee the safety of both performers and audience members, as well as to prioritize health and disease prevention and control.

Additionally, the Hanoi People’s Committee is emphasizing the need for effective communication about international cultural events in order to promote Vietnam as a welcoming and hospitable destination suitable for hosting political, cultural, sports, and international gatherings.

Earlier, there were speculations that Blackpink’s Vietnam tour would be canceled. However, on July 20, iMe Vietnam Co.Ltd, the event organizer, confirmed that the Hanoi concerts will be held in line with the same scale and quality as their other shows worldwide. A team of 200 international experts will ensure the seamless execution of the concert.

The Born Pink World Tour is the second global concert tour by the South Korean girl group, aimed at promoting their album Born Pink. The tour commenced in South Korea on October 15, 2022, and is scheduled to conclude in Los Angeles, United States on August 26, 2023. Throughout its duration, the tour will have visited 22 countries across four continents.

Blackpink is a girl band formed by YG Entertainment, consisting of four members, namely Jisoo, Jennie, Rosé, and Lisa. The group made their debut in August 2016 with their single album “Square One”.

Amy Bowerman, the creative director of the tour, describes the Born Pink World Tour as a celebration of Blackpink’s dual identity and the unique individuality of its members.