BLACKPINK ‘Born Pink’ World Tour: Fans Complain About ‘High Prices’

BLACKPINK is coming soon with their North American leg of the Born Pink tour, but fans are upset with high ticket prices. In the midst of so many tours scheduled for this year. We have the K-pop girl group Back Pink to arrive this year as well. So, here are the latest updates on the group’s upcoming tour.

Read on to find out more about BLACKPINK’s upcoming tour and all the latest updates.

Upcoming BLACKPINK Tour Dates

It was only a few weeks ago that popular K-pop group BLACKPINK announced that they would be holding their Born Pink tour. Which will take them to North America and Europe. The North American leg of the tour will kick off on October 25.

In November the dates to mark are the days 2, 6, 7, 10, 11, 14, 15 and 19. In addition, we also have available the list of places and the details of the tickets for the tour. So, be sure to check them out right here.

What’s so special about BLACKPINK’s upcoming tour?

BLACKPINK’s next tour will kick off on October 25 at the American Airlines Center, Dallas, TX. While the tour will take them to perform in Atlanta, Hamilton, Chicago, Newark and Los Angeles. This has made everyone excited to see the K-pop group tour live.

However, there seems to be some problem with the inputs. Amidst all this, fans who are willing to buy tickets for BLACKPINK’s upcoming tour are complaining about the high ticket prices. As the presale for the North American dates of BLACKPINK’s tour is underway.

Ticket details for BLACKPINK’s upcoming tour

The North American leg of BLACKPINK’s tour has already started pre-sale tickets. However, fans of the K-pop group are certainly not happy with the ticket prices as they believe it to be too high. Tickets on the Ticketmaster website for Banc of California Stadium, Los Angeles range from $876 to $1,729 per person.

While for United Center and Chicago the prices are from $159 to $1000. For Prudential Center the prices are from $429.25 to $1132.25. Don’t forget that prices are subject to change based on seat availability, location, and tour dates.

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