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Girl group Blackpink poses for a photo for an online press conference held on Oct. 2 after the release of its first full-length album. [YG ENTERTAINMENT]

Girl group Blackpink poses for a photo for an online press conference held on Oct. 2 after the release of its first full-length album. [YG ENTERTAINMENT]

 
Girl group Blackpink will meet fans through a livestreaming session on YouTube at 2 p.m. today to talk about the details of the band's first-ever paid online concert, “YG Palm Stage – 2020 Blackpink: The Show,” to be held on Dec. 27, its agency YG Entertainment said on Friday.
 
During "Blackpink — 'The Show' Announcement Live," the Blackpink members will share their thoughts on the first online concert since their debut as well as other stories related to the concert.
 
The “YG Palm Stage” series is a new form of livestream that the agency is launching to stream performances via YouTube through a partnership with YouTube Music.


The official image for ″Blackpink — 'The Show' Announcement″ event to be held at 2 p.m., Friday, on YouTube. [YG ENTERTAINMENT]

The official image for ″Blackpink — 'The Show' Announcement″ event to be held at 2 p.m., Friday, on YouTube. [YG ENTERTAINMENT]

 
The agency said Thursday that Blackpink is the very first global artist to stream an online concert with YouTube Music.
 
"The members of Blackpink are very much looking forward to communicating with fans through their first concert since the release of their first full-length album," the agency said, referring to the band's latest release "The Album" dropped on Oct. 2.
 
"It will be a chance for them to truly connect with fans."
 
The concert will be held on Dec. 27 at 2 p.m. Korean time. Tickets can be bought through the paid membership option on the band's official YouTube channel. Details are available on the YG Entertainment website or the Blackpink YouTube channel.
 
BY YOON SO-YEON   [yoon.soyeon@joongang.co.kr]

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