Ariana Grande finished touring in Europe for her Dangerous Woman tour after the deadly explosion that occurred last month during her concert in Manchester, England. The 23 year old pop singer was left in shock just last month when a suicide bombing occurred in the Manchester arena in England right after she had just finished performing and as fans of the pop star were exiting the arena, leaving 116 injured and 22 dead.
After this attack Ariana Grande was left with no choice than to cancel many upcoming shows and give her help out to those who were injured by the attack. The pop star visited the injured fans from the bombing in the hospital and hosted a “One love Manchester” benefit concert on June 4th which streamed live with performances by Katy Perry, Justin Bieber, Little Mix, Miley Cyrus and more. The concert raised $3 million with proceeds of the concert went to We Love Manchester Emergency Fund.
Grande did not let the attack bring her down and hit the concert stage again on June 7th in Paris, France which she posted on Instagram with the caption “Grateful to be back” and finished her European tour in Turin, Italy just this weekend. The pop star has been on her Dangerous Women tour since February in support of her third album “Dangerous Women” and will officially be done touring in September 2017.
As to the next steps in Grande’s music career she is continuing her tour after Europe to South America and the Caribbean Islands beginning with a concert in the Jeunesse Arena in Rio De Janeiro, Brazil. She is also being awarded the first Manchester, England honorary citizenship award which the city council has called “a great many selfless acts and demonstrations of community spirit” following her bravery and contribution to help bring awareness to the Manchester attack just last month.
Tickets for Dangerous Women are still on sale and for more information on how to contribute to the One love Manchester charity you can go on onelovemanchester.com.