Huge 'One Love Manchester' concert set for Sunday

The star-studded concert will raise money for the Manchester Emergency Fund and feature artists such as Ariana Grande, Katy Perry, Coldplay and Justin Bieber.

By Ben Brown | 31 May 2017

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Following from the horrendous bomb at Manchester Arena on the 22nd, One Love Manchester has been announced, a star studded concert with all net proceeds going to the We Love Manchester Emergency Fund supporting the victims and families of all those affected on the night.

Ariana Grande will be joined by Katy Perry, Usher, Take That, Coldplay, Justin Bieber, Pharrell Williams, Miley Cyrus, The Black Eyed Peas and Niall Horan for the huge event at the Emirates Old Trafford this coming Sunday 4th June.

Fans who were at Ariana Grande’s Manchester Arena show last Monday will be eligible for free tickets to the concert, with the remaining tickets going on sale to the general public on Thursday 1st June at 10am. The concert will also be broadcast live on BBC TV and Radio.

All net proceeds from the concert will be donated to the British Red Cross Society and the ‘Manchester Emergency Fund’ which supports the victims of the Manchester bombing. It is suggested that this will total at least £2m, which will be added to the £6m already raised so far.

If you would like to donate to the fund, visit or call 0300 456 4999.

One Love Manchester
Tickets are on sale Thursday 1st June, 10am from here 

Emirates Old Trafford, Talbot Rd, Stretford, Old Trafford M16 0PX