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BLACKPINK Stages Revolutionary Second Performance At Coachella

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BLACKPINK truly is the revolution, as they set standards higher and stage yet another fiery performance at the Coachella stage.

After making their fiery debut on the Sahara Tent stage, BLACKPINK only set the bar higher on their second performance at the Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival.

On April 19, the girls got to perform their smash hits once more to an even bigger Sahara Tent crowd.

BLACKPINK at Coachella

(image via iMBC)

The quartet thanked the lively Coachella crowd profusely before ending their performance. “It’s a shock that more people came to see us after our first performance,” said the group.

“You guys are even more amazing, and we cannot hide our excitement,” BLACKPINK promised the lively crowd that they would give their all for the performances to come.

BLACKPINK at Coachella

(image via iMBC)

Prior to their second Coachella performance, the girls kicked off their In Your Area tour in California. Jisoo, Jennie, Rosé, and Lisa also made their debut on The Late Late Show With James Corden, where they performed “Kill This Love” and played the infamous Flinch game.

The girls are also attracting quite a stellar fanbase. The quartet got the opportunity to party with American singer Khalid. The singer was even spotted watching the girls’ earlier Coachella performance backstage.

Furthermore, BLACKPINK got to hang out with Will and Jada Smith — who have both expressed that they are fans of the up and coming powerhouse!

Witness BLACKPINK dominate the stage once more on their In Your Area tour. The quartet will be performing in Illinois’ Allstate Arena on April 24. They will also be at Hamilton’s FirstOntario Center in April 27. From there, they will be holding a two-day concert at Newark’s Prudential Center on May 1 and 2.

On May 5, the girls will be bringing their tour to Atlanta’s Infinite Energy Arena. To wrap up their In Your Area tour, they will be holding another two-day concert in Texas’ Fort Worth Convention Center on May 8 and 9.

Photo from YG Entertainment

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