BLACKPINK continues to sail smoothly through their largest-ever K-pop girl group world tour, turning Australia into a realm of pink hues.

According to their management company, YG Entertainment, BLACKPINK held the 'BLACKPINK WORLD TOUR [BORN PINK] SYDNEY' on the 16th and 17th of June at the QUDOS BANK ARENA in Sydney, Australia. The group revisited the country's largest arena nearly four years after their 2019 visit, creating a joyous reunion with local fans.

This Australian concert series, planned to be twice the scale of their first world tour [IN YOUR AREA], was met with staggering success. Following their performances on the 10th and 11th in Melbourne, the subsequent Sydney shows were all sold out, attracting around 50,000 spectators and reinforcing BLACKPINK's solid standing in the global music market.

Making their entrance to the roaring cheers of fans, BLACKPINK kicked off the show with hits like 'How You Like That', 'Pretty Savage', and 'Whistle'. The stage quickly heated up as the quartet performed mega-hits such as 'Lovesick Girls', 'Kill This Love', 'Pink Venom', and solo performances that showcased the distinctive charms of Jisoo, Jennie, Rosé, and Lisa.

The well-curated stage production further enhanced the immersive experience. Spectacular special effects, including lighting, pyrotechnics, and fog, were used strategically, adding visual excitement to the show. The members effortlessly moved between the protruding stage and lifts, delivering a vibrant and enriching performance.

Australia holds special significance for member Rosé, who spent her childhood in Melbourne. Rosé expressed her special affection for the Australian concerts and audience via social media.

Local fans filled the venue to the brim with their passionate cheers and pink lightstick waves. The members reciprocated this enthusiasm by maintaining their high energy until the last encore, sharing deep interaction with the audience.

BLACKPINK is currently conducting the largest K-pop girl group world tour 'BLACKPINK WORLD TOUR [BORN PINK]', which has attracted around 1.5 million attendees. After successfully concluding their Australian concerts, the group is now moving into the second half of their tour, heading to Paris to once again connect with French fans.

In July, BLACKPINK is set to make history by becoming the first K-pop artist to headline the UK music festival 'Hyde Park British Summer Time Festival'.