Dodger Stadium is set to host BLACKPINK as part of their Born Pink North American Tour, along with the Jonas Brothers stopping in Los Angeles as part of their 35-date tour in September, and recently added to the Dodger Stadium concert schedule is Tyler, the Creator’s Camp Flog Gnaw Carnival returning.
Dodger Stadium played host to Lady Gaga and Elton John last year, and BLACKPINK plus the Jonas Brothers are the newest additions to a growing list of iconic talents who have performed where the Los Angeles Dodgers call home.
Beyoncé’s “Formation World Tour,” Billy Joel, the Eagles, Elton John, Steely Dan and the Doobie Brothers, and Paul McCartney have also held a concert at Dodger Stadium, dating back to 1966 when the Beatles played in front of a sold-out crowd.
Since announcing their multi-year booking agreement with the Oak View Group in February 2015, the Dodgers have not only been aggressive in their efforts to bring concerts to Dodger Stadium, but also shown generosity in supporting causes those talents have brought in.
Dodgers co-owners Mark Walter and Billie Jean King presented a $1 million donation on behalf of the organization to Elton John AIDS Foundation when the legend performed his final show at Dodger Stadium last year.
Dodger Stadium concerts
After BLACKPINK’s headline performance at Coachella in April, the wildly popular K-pop group announced an encore run of shows to wrap up their tour. Jennie Kim, Lisa, Jisoo and Rosé open up at MetLife Stadium in East Rutherford, New Jersey, and are scheduled to perform at Allegiant Stadium in Las Vegas, Oracle Park in San Francisco, before Dodger Stadium is their final stop on August 26.
They became the first K-pop group to headline Coachella and are expected to draw large numbers in their finale, with tickets available online.
A number of VIP packages are still for sale, with perks ranging from VIP entrances, exclusive merchandise and a VIP Tour gift.
The Jonas Brothers open their new project, “The Album,” with their tour kicking off at Yankee Stadium on August 12 that will feature the trio performing songs from five of their popular albums.
The Jonas Brothers concert at Dodger Stadium is on September 9, and fans should expect a sellout crowd with some tickets available online.
Camp Flog Gnaw Carnival
Tyler, the Creator and his annual hip-hop festival is making its return to Dodger Stadium after four years. The L.A.-area born rapper announced November 11-12 as the official dates, with Kendrick Lamar and Baby Keem making cameos in a teaser video on social media.
A full 2023 Camp Flog Gnaw Carniva lineup will be announced at a later date. Advanced ticket sales began Friday, June 2, with weekend passes range from $355 for general admission, and premium pricing for Super VIP passes in the $1,495 range.
More information can be found at CampFlogGnaw.com
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