US Singer Ariana Grande to perform for the first time in Manchester since the Suicide Bomb incident of two years ago.
Ariana Grande will return to Manchester two years after the suicide bombing took place on 22nd May at her concert where twenty-two innocent people died, as per the Hollywood Reporter.
The news comes after the announcement was made that Grande will be headlining the 2019 Coachella, a music festival.
Grande's organizers declared the 25 years old singer will perform as a headliner at the Manchester Pride Live event on 25th August.
Ariana Grande at the One Love Manchester concert SOURCE: Entertainment Tonight
Mark Fletcher, a chief executive at the Pride Live event organizer told on Monday:
"We’re truly honored to be welcoming Ariana back to the city to help us celebrate LGBT+ life."
In addition, Grande will be joined by other artists including British pop band Years & Years and female pop music group Bananarama, according to the festival's website.
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The 'Dangerous Woman' is also reportedly heading to Lollapalooza, another music festival set to take place from 1st Aug. till 4th August Chicago at Grant Park, Illinois Chicago. And just after a few weeks of the end of Lollapalooza, Grande will fly to Manchester.
In 2018, during an interview, the young singer broke down into tears when asked about the bombing incident, where a bomber blew himself up at the Manchester Arena as Grande's fans were leaving the show.
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She then answered:
"There are so many people who have suffered such loss and pain. The processing part is going to take forever."
The singer also organized a concert titled 'One Love Manchester' as a tribute for the victims and their families from the attack. The singer was joined by musicians like Coldplay, Little Mix, Katy Perry, and Miley Cyrus.
Authorities from Manchester also named Grande with the title of an honorary citizen of the city for her contribution in the wake of the deadly attack.
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Grande also made a tribute song called 'Get Well Soon' to the victims of the Manchester attack in her 2018 album; Sweetener.