BLACKPINK records highest-grossing concert by a group in history with their Mexico stop 

Girl group BLACKPINK has become the highest-grossing music group for one concert night with their latest performance in Mexico. 

According to Touringdata and Pop Base, BLACKPINK’s stadium concert in Mexico has grossed $9.989 million for one night ($19,978,282 for both nights), officially becoming the highest-grossing concert night for a music group in history. Both of the concert nights were fully sold out, with a total ticket sales of 113,498. 


Furthermore, the performance at Bukit Jalil National Stadium, Malaysia, recorded the highest ticket sales for BLACKPINK’s “BORN PINK” world tour, with over 62,000 tickets sold. With this concert, BLACKPINK also became the music group with the highest-grossing concert night in Asia, earning $9.130 million for one night.

Below are the details of the ticket sales, attendance ratio, and earnings for BLACKPINK’s latest world tour:

  • Foro Sol, Mexico City: 113,498 (100%) – $19,978,283 (2 nights)
  • Gelora Bung Karno Stadium, Jakarta: 113,740 (100%) – $17,199,546 (2 nights)
  • Tokyo Dome, Tokyo: 100,809 (100%) – $11,105,817 (2 nights)
  • Bukit Jalil Stadium, Kuala Lumpur: 62,642 (100%) – $9,130,608
  • Total revenue: $163,832,685 (40 out of 62 concert nights)
  • Total tickets sold: 904,247.

Credits: Touringdata, PopBase, BLACKPINKSTATS

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