BLACKPINK Officially Opens European Tour With An Enthralling Concert In Amsterdam
European BLINKS surely had a great experience watching their favorite idol group live for the very first time!
K-Pop girl group BLACKPINK has officially debuted in the European stage as they successfully gave fans an enthralling concert in Amsterdam.
On May 18, the girls were able to kick off the European leg of their BLACKPINK 2019 WORLD TOUR with KIA [IN YOUR AREA] as they graced the AFAS Live. Filled with fans’ loving cheers, Jennie, Jisoo, Rose, and Lisa thrilled the audience with their fiery performances.
Hyping up the crowd with exciting stages
Meeting European fans for the first time, the girls treated the audience to a captivating 120-minute party. The femme fatale artists opened the show with their hit song “Forever Young”.
Soon after, the idols gifted BLINKs as they performed their debut tracks “Boombayah,” “STAY” and an acoustic version of “Whistle”.
Additionally, the members showed off their individual charms in their respective stages. Continuously hyping up the crowd, the K-Pop quartet then undeniably killed the stage with their latest hit “Kill This Love”.
Stunning Commemorative Photos
To update fans worldwide about their momentous show in Amsterdam, BLACKPINK members Jennie and Jisoo took to Instagram to share highlights of their first European concert.
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#blackpink2019worldtourwithkia So last night was the starting point of our Europe tour and I want to thank everyone for fully being present with us throughout the concert! I could see all your beautiful faces and capture everyone in my eyes❣️ I can’t wait to meet you all again next time! We love you Amsterdam!!?
Meanwhile, the girls are set to grace the Manchester Arena on May 21, followed by a show at Londons’ SSE Arena on May 22.
The idols will then meet BLINKs at Max-Schmeling-Halle in Berlin on May 24, before visiting fans at Paris Zenith La Villette on May 26. Moreover, BLACKPINK will wrap up their European leg on May 28 with a concert at Palau Sant Jordi in Barcelona.