BLACKPINK To Become 1st K-pop Artist to Headline Coachella

Credit: BLACKPINK OFFICIAL/YouTube Screenshot

Credit: BLACKPINK OFFICIAL/YouTube Screenshot

BLACKPINK will be the first K-pop group to headline the Coachella music festival.

BLACKPINK is currently busy with its ongoing Born Pink World Tour Asia. The K-pop girl group recently added additional shows to its Asia tour, confirming dates for shows in Taiwan, Singapore, and Macau.

While the members are busy with their tour, the group has also been tapped to the Coachella music festival.

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BLACKPINK To Set New Record in Coachella

Coachella’s official Instagram page confirmed on Tuesday that BLACKPINK would be one of the headliners of its 2023 event alongside Bad Bunny and Frank Ocean.

BLACKPINK will appear on April 15 and 22 in the annual music event. Although they already performed at the festival in 2019, the girl group will return as the headliner for the first time. It will also make them the first K-pop act to headline the show.

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The four members will dominate the show at the Empire Polo Grounds in Indio, California.

Coachella is considered the largest music festival in North America. Starting in 1999, the festival annually holds a two-week event for its 300,000 attendees each year.

The YG Entertainment artist will also be the first K-pop group to headline the British Summer Time festival at Hyde Park in London on July 2.

BLACKPINK To Move Agency

In other news, BLACKPINK will reportedly change its management and transfer to YG Entertainment subsidiary, The Black Label. Industry sources confirmed the news to The Korea Herald, saying that Jennie, Jisoo, Lisa, and Rose would leave the agency once their contracts ended.

The Black Label is currently headed by creative director and songwriter Teddy. He has notably been working with BLACKPINK since the girl group debuted.

After working for YG, Teddy co-founded the label in 2016 and has since released several songs for its artists, including Jeon Somi, Jinusean, Seven, BIGBANG, Lee Hi, and 2NE1. BIGBANG’s Taeyang recently transferred to the label.

“There’s nothing I can confirm regarding the news. What I can say is that our contracts with the members have not ended yet. It's hard to confirm whether they will sign with The Black Label or not after their contracts end,” a YG official said.

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