Ariana Grande recently spoke out for the first time after a suicide bomber set off an IED killing 22 and injuring 59 people during her Dangerous Woman Tour at a concert in Manchester UK.
She mentioned in a Twitter post that she wanted to hold a benefit concert with proceeds going towards victims and their families.
Next Sunday (June 3rd), Grande will return to Manchester along with an unknown star-studded lineup. She’s reportedly asked performers who are close friends with her to participate in the concert, and her manager Scooter Braun is also reaching out to some of the biggest names in music.
The concert is to be held in one of the 4 big arenas in the area, but not the Manchester Arena.
Live Nation will produce the event.