Details of Ariana Grande's benefit concert in memory of the victim of the Manchester terrorist attack have been revealed.
One Love Manchester will take place this Sunday (June 4), and will see Ariana return to the city, headlining a huge show at Old Trafford in aid of the We Love Manchester Emergency Fund.
Ariana will be joined for the huge charity concert by Justin Bieber, Katy Perry, Coldplay, Miley Cyrus, Take That, Usher, Little Mix, Robbie Williams, Black Eyed Peas, Pharrell Williams and Niall Horan on the bill, with general admission and hospitality tickets going on sale via this link at 10am BST on Thursday June 1.
The announcement of the charity show comes after Ariana cancelled many of the European dates for her Dangerous Woman world tour.
The concert will be broadcast across BBC TV and radio channels in the UK while a digital partner will stream the concert worldwide. BBC One will air the concert from 6:55pm until 10pm.
All net ticket proceeds will go to the We Love Manchester Emergency Fund, set up by Manchester City Council in partnership with the British Red Cross to aid the victims and the grieving families affected.
Ariana Grande has offered free tickets to the benefit concert for those who attended the gig on May 22 where a terrorist suicide bomb attack claimed the lives of 22 people, leaving over 60 injured.
Since the disaster took place, Ariana's single One Last Time has reached a new Official Singles Chart peak and could climb into the Top 10 for the very first time this Friday.