To date, Blackpink is the only K-pop girl group to have held their individual concert there.
Their two-day show was all the more monumental, as it could be the last the public sees the four girls performing as a whole, as Blackpink.
This is because the quartet’s contracts were expected to expire in August. But their agency, YG Entertainment, has yet to confirm any contract renewals from the girls.
Here are some of the most iconic moments captured from the two-day Born Pink finale concerts Blackpink staged.
The group’s finale show and their encore performances featured props the quartet used for their Coachella set. Shaped like a traditional Korean roof, you can’t miss this iconic prop.
Blackpink worked with Ceremony London, a visual production company artists like Post Malone and Dua Lipa worked with previously.
The tour’s creative direction was also helmed by creative director Amy Bowerman, who wanted to celebrate the group’s dual identity. And highlight the individuality of each member.
Blackpink served up more than 20 tracks for each concert. The show also featured their individual segments, where members performed their solo tunes.
Call it a hallmark of shows played by YG Entertainment artists, but flamboyant stage effects are a must-have at their shows.
As Blackpink perform their hottest tracks, confetti sprays and pyrotechnics are a common sight throughout.
Blackpink thank their fans, as they come to the end of their year-long world tour, which kicked off last October at the KSPO Dome.