Singer Ariana Grande is all set to return to Manchester for a benefit concert this weekend after the deadly attack at her Monday gig in the British city claimed the lives of 22 people, including children.
In a long post on Twitter on Saturday, the 23-year-old pop diva said she wanted to come back to the city to spend time with her fans and to “have an advantage show to pay tribute to and to raise cash for the casualties and their family.”
As per media, the “Side to Side” hitmaker will feature a gigantic show in one of the four major fields in the city, yet not the Manchester Arena, where the assault happened.
Grande and her supervisor, Scooter Braun, are connecting with a portion of the greatest names in music and are reserving them. The vocalist has welcomed entertainers who are companions of hers to take an interest.
Soon after tweeting the note on Saturday, she had shared a link of a local fundraiser established by the Manchester Evening News, which read “Donate to support families of those killed and injured in the Manchester Arena attack”.