Ariana Grande’s concert will go on in Manchester as scheduled in the wake of Saturday’s terror attacks in London that killed seven and left 48 others injured.
The singer’s manager Scooter Braun said the team of Manchester One Love feel sense of responsibility and it will be honoring those who has been killed, injured or affected in the attack.
Manchester City Council leader Sir Richard Leese people have shown togetherness and the same will be demonstrated at the concert.
Following the performance of Grande it is learned money will be raised by the concert for all of those who are affected by the suicide bombing.
Meanwhile, Grande is learned to have said she wanted to return back to the incredibly brave city.
Justin Bieber, Coldplay, Take That and Katy Perry will be joining her in the Manchester concert.