On Sunday, a star-studded line-up will take to the stage in memory of those who lost their lives in the Manchester Arena attack.
Twenty-two people were killed when a suicide bomber struck at the end of Ariana Grande’s concert.
The American singer took to social media yesterday to announce she would be returning to the city for a fundraising concert – and since then a host of acts have joined the line-up.
All net ticket proceeds of the show, which will be held at ancashire Cricket Club’s Old Trafford ground in the city, will go directly to the We Love Manchester Emergency Fund, set up by Manchester City Council in partnership with the British Red Cross to support grieving families and victims of the attack.
Those who attended the show on May 22 were given the chance to attend the fundraising show for free, while tickets are also going on general sale tomorrow.
If you aren’t able to go to the show, there is still a way to watch it. Here’s everything you need to know:
WHEN IS ONE LOVE MANCHESTER BEING HELD?
The concert takes place on Sunday, June 4. It starts at 7.15pm.
WHERE IS IT BEING HELD?
At Lancashire Cricket Club’s Old Trafford ground in the city.
CAN I WATCH IT ON TV?
Tune to BBC One from 6pm to watch live coverage of the show.
CAN I WATCH IT ONLINE?
The answer is yes but details have still to be confirmed. The show will also be broadcasted on BBC Radio.