K-pop girl group BLACKPINK unveiled their comeback schedule and launch of their new world tour.

According to YG Entertainment, BLACKPINK will return with the release of their new song “Pink Venom” on Aug. 19.

BLACKPINK (YG Entertainment)

“BLACKPINK is making a comeback on the 19th. The title of their new song is ‘Pink Venom,’ and will be pre-released at 1 p.m. that day,” the agency said, according to the YG blog.

The “Pink Venom” poster showed canine teeth as the main feature.

“We’re happy we could disclose information on the pre-release song, which also represents the start of the major ‘BORN PINK’ project, on the day of the girls’ debut anniversary (August 8th). We hope this serves as a gift for global fans who have been waiting for their comeback,” the agency added.

BLACKPINK’s comeback is under the “Born Pink” project, which also includes the release of the studio album and music video for the title song in September and world tour in October.

Meanwhile, BLACKPINK also revealed the dates and cities for their “Born Pink” World Tour.

In Manila, BLACKPINK will hold the concert on March 25 next year.

BLACKPINK will launch the tour on Oct. 15 and 16 in Seoul followed by Dallas on Oct. 25 and Houston on Oct. 29.

Here is the schedule:

Oct. 15 to 16 – Seoul

Oct. 25 – Dallas

Oct. 29 – Houston

Nov. 2 – Atlanta

Nov. 6 to 7 – Hamiton

Nov. 10 to 11 – Chicago

Nov. 14 to 15 – Newark

Nov. 19 – Los Angeles

Nov. 30 – London

Dec. 1 – London

Dec. 5 – Barcelona

Dec. 8 – Cologne

Dec. 11 to 12 – Paris

Dec. 18 – Berlin

Dec. 22 – Amsterdam

Jan. 7 to 8 – Bangkok

Jan. 13 to 14 – Hong Kong

Jan. 20 – Riyadh

Jan. 28 – Abu Dhabi

March 4 – Kuala Lumpur

March 11 – Jakarta

March 18 – Kaohsiung

March 25 – Manila

May 13 – Singapore

June 10 to 11 – Melbourne

June 16 to 17 – Sydney

June 21 – Auckland

Source: Manila Bulletin (https://mb.com.ph/2022/08/09/blackpink-to-make-comeback-on-aug-19-to-hold-manila-concert-in-march-2023/?utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss&utm_campaign=blackpink-to-make-comeback-on-aug-19-to-hold-manila-concert-in-march-2023)