YG Entertainment (YG) said, "Starting April 17, Los Angeles will be the first show then in Chicago, April 27 in Hamilton, May 1 in Newark, May 5 in Atlanta, May 8 in Fort Worth And the six premiere performances in six cities were all sold out." It is an arena-style performance hall with more than 10,000 seats per place.
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BLACKPINK is also surprised at the first North American tour in the arena class, but not anticipated that it was sold out in a short time. It is a turning point that realizes the popularity of BLACKPINK, which has grown into a 'global girl group' through the high entry barriers of the US leading the global pop music market. There is a rumor that YG is considering adding additional performances.
Via: Official YG