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Official trailer for BLACKPINK virtual reality concert film released

Soon BLACKPINK fans can experience a BLACKPINK concert in virtual reality.

An official trailer was released on Tuesday for “BLACKPINK: A VR Encore.” The 70-minute concert was filmed during BLACKPINK World Tour [Born Pink] finale show at the Gocheok Sky Dome in Seoul, South Korea.

The VR concert film was produced and directed by the Diamond Bros in partnership with Meta.

“Filming our upcoming VR concert in the heart of Seoul has added an extra layer of magic to this project. It’s where it all began for us, and being able to share this unique experience with our fans around the world feels incredibly special,” said BLACKPINK in a statement. “It’s great to break down geographical barriers with The Diamond Bros and Meta, bringing back the memory of ‘BLACKPINK WORLD TOUR [BORN PINK]’ finale straight into your home.”

“BLACKPINK: A VR Encore” will premiere on December 26 at 5:00pm P.T. in
Meta Horizon Worlds. Attendees can RSVP here.

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