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Poster of One Love Manchester showing date.[1]

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One Love Manchester was a benefit concert special and British television special by Ariana Grande which was held on June 4, 2017. The concert was live transmitted by BBC and on Ariana's personal YouTube channel.[2]

Background Edit

On May 22, 2017, a suicide bombing was carried out at Manchester Arena in Manchester, England, following a concert by Grande as part of her Dangerous Woman Tour. The attacker was identified as Salman Ramadan Abedi, a 22-year-old British Muslim who detonated a shrapnel-laden improvised explosive device at the exit of the arena after the event. 13 adults and children, including Abedi, were killed and 116 were injured, some critically.

Grande posted on her official Twitter account: "broken. from the bottom of my heart, i am so so sorry. i don't have words. [sic]" Grande subsequently suspended her tour and flew to her mother's home in Boca Raton, Florida. She later announced that she would host a benefit concert in Manchester for the victims of the attack.

One Last Time is the dedicated song to the victims and everyone who was affected at the 2017 Manchester Arena bombing.

Development Edit

Event tickets were made available on June 1, and sold out within 6 minutes. Fans who were at the concert on May 22 can attend at no cost.

Performers Edit

Setlist Edit

  1. "Timshel" (performed by Marcus Mumford)
  2. "Shine" (performed by Take That)
  3. "Giants" (performed by Take That)
  4. "Rule The World" (performed by Take That)
  5. "Strong" (performed by Robbie Williams)
  6. "Angels" (performed by Robbie Williams)
  7. "Get Lucky" (performed by Pharrell Williams)
  8. "Happy" (performed by Pharrell Williams and Miley Cyrus)
  9. "Inspired" (performed by Miley Cyrus)
  10. "Slow Hands" (performed by Niall Horan)
  11. "This Town" (performed by Niall Horan)
  12. "Be Alright" (performed by Ariana Grande)
  13. "Break Free" (performed by Ariana Grande)
  14. "Love's in Need of Love Today" (performed by Stevie Wonder in video)
  15. "Wings" (performed by Little Mix)
  16. "Better Days" (performed by Victoria Monet and Ariana Grande)
  17. "Where Is The Love?" (performed by The Black Eyed Peas with Ariana Grande)
  18. "Hide and Seek" (performed by Imogen Heap)
  19. "My Everything" (performed by Parrs Wood High School Choir and Ariana Grande)
  20. "The Way" (performed by Ariana Grande and Mac Miller)
  21. "Dang!" (performed by Mac Miller)
  22. "Don't Dream It's Over" (performed by Miley Cyrus and Ariana Grande)
  23. "Side to Side" (performed by Ariana Grande)
  24. "Part of Me" (performed by Katy Perry)
  25. "Roar" (performed by Katy Perry)
  26. "Love Yourself" (performed by Justin Bieber)
  27. "Cold Water" (performed by Justin Bieber)
  28. "Love Me Harder" (performed by Ariana Grande)
  29. "Don't Look Back in Anger" (performed by Chris Martin and Ariana Grande)
  30. "Fix You" (performed by Coldplay)
  31. "Viva la Vida" (performed by Coldplay)
  32. "Something Just Like This" (performed by Coldplay)
  33. "Rock 'n' Roll Star" (performed by Liam Gallagher)
  34. "Wall of Glass" (performed by Liam Gallagher)
  35. "Live Forever" (performed by Liam Gallagher with Chris Martin)
  36. "One Last Time" (performed by Ariana Grande with everyone)
  37. "Somewhere Over The Rainbow" (performed by Ariana Grande)

Gallery Edit

Trivia Edit

  • Katy Perry's outfit has pictures of the people who died in the bombing.
  • The live performances were released as audio's on Spotify and some songs on iTunes which all sales go towards Manchester.

References Edit

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