BLACKPINK’s first US Coachella ‘Boombayah’ and ‘Kill Dis Love’ stage

[Maeil Business Star Today Park Se-yeon]

The full version video of the group BLACKPINK’s 2019 Coachella stage was released online. It is a monumental footstep of K-Pop and has been regarded as one of BLACKPINK’s legend stages, so it is getting a lot of attention.

On the 16th, BLACKPINK’s official YouTube channel featured ‘Boombayah’ and ‘Kill This Love’ stage videos that they performed at the ‘Coacella Valley Music and Arts Festival’ last year.

On the stage of ‘Boombaya’, BLACKPINK presented a high-quality performance with a live band.

Although it was the first stage of Coachella, the performance of the scene overwhelmed the atmosphere. The audience also enjoyed the stage exhilaratingly by waving BLACKPINK’s livesticks to the music.

BLACKPINK’s ‘Kill This Love’ stage attracted the audience’s shouts with intense music banging ears and explosive choreography full of energy. In the second half, they filled the stage with dancers and caught the eye with gorgeous performances.

BLACKPINK has recently become a hot topic in Coachella: 20 Years in the Desert. BLACKPINK, who appeared in the documentary of the largest music festival in the United States, representing the 21st century, was a K-pop artist who made a page in the history of Coachella.

BLACKPINK was invited as the first K-pop girl group and sub-headliner at the Coachella Sahara stage in Indio, California, about a year ago. It was a moment of shoulder to shoulder with prominent musicians such as Childish Gambino and Ariana Grande.

At the time, the video of BLACKPINK’s Coachella, which showed K-pop’s influence all over the world, is drawing attention every day.

BLACKPINK’s ‘DDU-DU DDU-DU Coachella stage video’ released earlier is about to reach 6 million views in just one week on YouTube.

‘Cocella Valley Music and Arts Festival’ is a music festival with tradition and authority since 1999. It invites artists with popularity and musicality as well as the ‘dream stage’ of many musicians. In addition to music, it is a festival that exchanges trends across culture, such as fashion and lifestyle.

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