Blackpink Hanoi concert tickets cost up to $414

By Linh Le   July 4, 2023 | 06:55 pm PT
Tickets for K-pop girl band Blackpink’s two “Born Pink” concerts in Hanoi cost VND1.2-9.8 million (US$51-$414) each, organizer iMe Vietnam announced Tuesday.
Blackpink is set to perform at My Dinh National Stadium in Hanoi, Vietnam on July 29 and 30, 2023. Photo from Blackpink’s Instagram

Korean girl pop band Blackpink will perform at Hanoi’s My Dinh National Stadium on July 29 and 30. Photo from Blackpink’s Instagram

It said the highest-priced tickets come with several other benefits, including exclusive laminates and lanyards, collections of eight photocards especially distributed to Hanoi concert-goers, unique merchandise, and early check-in.

Event portal Ticketbox will begin selling tickets for the shows, to be held at the My Dinh National Stadium on July 29 and 30, on July 7.

Seat map of Blackpink’s Born Pink concert in Hanoi, Vietnam. Photo from iMe’s Facebook

Seat map of Blackpink’s "Born Pink" concert in Hanoi. Photo from iMe’s Facebook

Tickets for the band’s show cost 2,800-14,800 baht ($80-$424) in Thailand, 388-1,888 ringgit ($83-$406) in Malaysia, 1.35-3.8 million rupiah ($90-$253) in Indonesia, and S$168-$398 ($124-$295) in Singapore.

Fans have been comparing these prices to that of American singer-songwriter Taylor Swift’s "Eras Tour" shows, which have been announced as $108-$348.

Swift’s concerts often last around three hours, while Blackpink usually perform for around 1.5 hours.

"I thought I would buy tickets for both nights in Hanoi, but now I think I will probably attend one night," Phuong Nga, 2018 Miss Vietnam runner-up and a longtime fan of Blackpink, told VnExpress.

Blackpink, formed in 2016, include Jisoo, Lisa, Rosé, and Jennie.

The band quickly achieved huge success in South Korea before becoming one of the most popular in the world.

Their two studio albums, "The Album" and "Born Pink," achieved massive success internationally, with the latter topping the Billboard 200 and UK Albums Chart, making them the first K-pop girl group to do so.

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