- Many people are going towards Manchester to an homage concert by one love Manchester and remembering those who passed away in the 22nd May blast.
Many people are going towards Manchester to an homage concert by one love Manchester and remembering those who passed away in the 22nd May blast.
One Love Manchester is collecting funds for those who suffered the suicide bombing attack last month at Manchester Arena, in a performance by Ariana Grande. She is coming back to the city accompanied by Take That, Justin Bieber, Katy Perry, and Coldplay.
Praying for London ♡
— Ariana Grande (@ArianaGrande) June 4, 2017
Last month the attack in the Manchester Arena killed 22 people. This included many children and teenagers and their parents who came for attending the concert.
Ariana Grande will be performing once again. She said that she wants to get back to the incredible brave city to spend time with her fans and raise funds for the affected and their families. She is promising to bring many other stars with her such as Miley Cyrus, Justin Bieber, Katy Perry, Coldplay, Usher, Pharrell, Little Mix, Robbie Williams, Black Eyed Peas, Niall Horan and Take That, they are all on the advertisement.
How many people will be attending the concert?
The concert will be in the Old Trafford cricket ground which has a 50,000 capacity and tickets were sold out in 20 mins when they went on sale.
14,200 tickets were set aside for those who attended the last concert, they were promised free entry.
People have been requested not to bring bags, “for the speedy entry” and will be examined as they enter the grounds.
Greater Manchester Police said there would be extra security in place subsequent the London attack. Armed police will be at the gates of the location.
In case you want to listen to it:
In the United Kingdom, the three-hour show is going to be on air on BBC One and issued live on the BBC iPlayer. The reporting, broadcast from 18:55 BST to 22:00 BST will be offer by Sara Cox and Ore Oduba, with Nick Grimshaw and Anita Rani presenting from offstage and in the crowd.
On the radio, reporting will run from 18:30 BST to 22:00 BST. BBC Radio 1, BBC Radio 2, BBC Radio 5 Live and BBC Radio Manchester will join one love Manchester together to broadcast a program presented by Scott Mills, Jo Whiley, Phil Williams and Becky Want. They will stream live from inside Emirates Old Trafford Cricket Ground, with hype to the gig from 18:30 BST and 19:00 BST and then all four broadcasters will then deliver commentary from 19:00 BST ahead.
Outside the United Kingdom, streamers in at least 38 countries will display the show live, in spite of the time zone changes. TV networks in China, the US, Brazil, France, New Zealand, Canada and Australia will stream the event.
Why is One love Manchester raising funds?
Earnings will be deposit to the We Love Manchester emergency fund, which has been fixing up by Manchester City Council, in combination with the British Red Cross. Organizers suppose as a minimum of 2 million pounds to be elevate from the occasion.
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