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BLACKPINK To Be A Headliner At Coachella 2023?

BLACKPINK made huge waves and got everyone grooving to the tunes of their smash hit Kill This Love when they became the first K-Pop artist to perform at Coachella in 2019. The event gave a significant boost to their popularity in the west as they were noted for their strong stage presence and good music. Many of the Western celebs who attended the event later admitted to becoming blinks after their experience at the performance.

We may be getting another Coachella performance from BLACKPINK in 2023, at least that’s what the fans think after observing some pretty convincing clues. Coachella founder Paul Tollett had reportedly traveled to South Korea in 2018 to personally invite Blackpink to participate in the lineup at Coachella 2019.

Paul Tollett again traveled to South Korea to meet BLACKPINK this year. Not only that, he was again spotted interacting with the group members at their Born Pink show in LA tonight.

Fans are convinced that this interaction is a strong hint that we’ll get to see BLACKPINK performing at Coachella once again. Coachella Music Festival 2023 will start on 14 April. BLACKPINK will be taking a month-long break from their Born Pink tour in the same month. BLACKPINK being free in April is giving fans further hope.

BLACKPINK is already confirmed to be headlining BST Hyde Park in July next year.

The group recently wrapped up the North American leg of their world tour with their last two shows in LA, which were attended by celebs like Camila Cabello and Olivia Rodrigo among others.

The Born Pink tour which began in Seoul, South Korea, will now continue in Europe. The group will travel through Asia and the Middle East in 2023 up to the middle of the year, at which point they will fly to Australia and New Zealand in June and possibly add more dates for the second half of the year.

BLACKPINK made their much-awaited comeback to music in August this year, with lead singles Pink Venom and Shut Down from their second studio album Born Pink.



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