Take That and Robbie Williams planning something VERY special for benefit concert
- Author: Salvatore Jensen Jun 02, 2017,
Jun 02, 2017, 15:44
Earlier this week, it was announced Ariana Grande would be returning to Manchester, England, for a concert in honor of the victims of the terrorist attack that struck the singer's "Dangerous Woman World Tour" concert in the city on May 22nd.
Tickets for the all-star benefit concert in aid of the victims of the Manchester bombing have sold out in under 20 minutes.
Ariana Grande has called on the biggest worldwide names in music to join her, including Justin Bieber, Coldplay, Katy Perry, Miley Cyrus, Pharrell Williams, Usher, Take That, Niall Horan, Black Eyed Peas, Robbie Williams, and Little Mix.
Victim Support has issued advice for anyone attending the One Love Manchester concert.
The band were one of the first acts to join the gig at the Emirates Old Trafford cricket ground, which will raise money for those affected by the Manchester Arena terror attacks last week.
On Twitter, Joel Hernon celebrated buying tickets by saying he felt "so honoured to have the opportunity to celebrate Manchester's strength on Sunday".
Here's everything you need to know about who is playing at Sunday's One Love Manchester event.
Ticketmaster confirmed that 10,000 "unscrupulous" applications had been made for the 14,200 free tickets that had been set aside for people who were at the Ariana Grande concert last week. We are happy to report that there are thousands of fans who successfully purchased tickets during the general onsale.
Others uploaded screengrabs of a crashed Ticketmaster website with the message "error 503".
Net proceeds from the show will go to the We Love Manchester Emergency Fund set up by Manchester City Council in partnership with British Red Cross, supported by the Manchester Evening News.
Those who can't attend in person can watch the concert streamed live on BBC One between 6pm and 9pm on June 4, with the show kicking off at 7.15pm.