Blackpink will play a second show in London this week.
The k-pop superstars are in the UK for back-to-back concerts at the O2 arena. The first show took place on Wednesday (30 November).
Blackpink kicked off their Born Pink world tour in South Korea in October. The shows in London are the first concerts on the European leg, which will include stops in Barcelona, Paris and Amsterdam.
The tour is in support of Blackpink’s second album Born Pink. Released in September, it became the first k-pop album by a girl group to reach number one in the UK charts.
If you are going to The O2, here is all you need to know:
When and where are the Blackpink concerts in London?
The Born Pink arrived in the UK this week. Blackpink are playing two shows at the famous O2 arena in Greenwich.
Fans flocked to the first concert on Wednesday (30 November). The second show will take place on Thursday (1 December).
The full address for the O2 arena is: Peninsula Square, London SE10 0DX.
What time does the concert start?
The doors will open at the O2 arena on Thursday at 7pm. The concert will start soon after the doors open.
Shows on the Born Pink tour are split into four acts as well as an encore. Curfew for venues in London are around 10.30pm.
Can you get tickets for the concert?
Tickets for the Born Pink concerts in London are sold out. Ticketmaster’s website shows that “no tickets available” for the show at The O2 on 1 December.
What is the O2’s capacity?
The capacity for the O2 arena is 20,000. It makes the London venue one of the largest areans in the country, behind only the AO Arena in Manchester - which has a capacity of 21,000.
Is there an age restriction for the Blackpink show?
For the concerts at The O2, children under 15 must be accompanied by an adult aged 18 or over. Children under 16 cannot enter the standing area.
What are the entry requirements?
On its website, The O2 advises: “To gain access to the concert the lead booker may be required to produce their email booking confirmation and a valid form of photo ID that matches that name on the confirmation.
“Accepted forms of photo ID are: a current driver’s licence (including provision licence), a current or recently expired passport (provided the picture is a good resemblance of the holder), or a valid government-issued ID.”
What is the setlist for Born Pink tour?
The setlist for the final date on the US leg of the tour at the Banc of California Stadium, Los Angeles on 20 November has been confirmed. Setlist.fm reports it as follows:
- How You Like That
- Pretty Savage
- Don’t Know What to Do
- Lovesick Girls
- Kill This Love
- Crazy Over You
- Playing with Fire (Shortened)
- Pink Venom
Act Three - solos
- Liar(Camila Cabello cover) (JISOO solo)
- You & Me (Moonlight)(JENNIE solo; unreleased)
- Hard to Love(ROSÉ solo; shortened)
- On The Ground(ROSÉ song) (ROSÉ solo; shortened)
- LALISA(LISA song) (LISA solo; shortened)
- MONEY(LISA song) (LISA solo)
- Shut Down
- Typa Girl
- DDU-DU DDU-DU(Extended)
- Forever Young(Shortened)
- Yeah Yeah Yeah
- Stay (Remix Version)
- As If It's Your Last
What are the dates on the European tour?
Full list of dates on the European leg of the Born Pink tour:
- 30 November - The O2, London
- 1 December - The O2, London
- 5 December - Palau Sant Jordi, Barcelona
- 8 December - Lanxess Arena, Cologne
- 11 December - Accor Arena, Paris
- 12 December - Accor Arena, Paris
- 15 December - Royal Arena, Copenhagen
- 19 December - Mercedes-Benz Arena, Berlin
- 20 December - Mercedes-Benz Arena, Berlin
- 22 December - Ziggo Dome, Amsterdam