Together with Coldplay, Katy Perry, Pharrell, Justin Bieber, Miley Cyrus, Niall Horan, and Take That, Ariana Grande is set for a fundraising concert on June 4 titled ‘One Love Manchester’, for the victims of the Manchester terrorist attack.

Tickets will go on sale on June 1 through Ticketmaster but the prices are yet to be announced. The proceeds from the show will go toward the “We Love Manchester Emergency Fund,” in partnership with the British Red Cross and Manchester City Council, according to a press release obtained by CNN.

Over the weekend Ariana Grande’s mother, Joan Grande, mourned the victims of last week’s bombings at her daughter’s Manchester concert and shared a statement on social media Monday.

“This past week I have spent in reflective thought, prayer & deep sorrow,” she wrote. “I join my daughter in extending my help & services to all those affected by the diabolical act of terror which occurred in Manchester!”


“My heart goes out to all the victims: those who lost their lives, those injured, those recovering & all survivors of that night, along with the families & friends whose grief knows no bounds,” she continued. “I stand with you all in the face of evil & we stand together to never let it rule our lives! Thank you to all those who helped in any way that night in Manchester.”

After the attack, Grande suspended her “Dangerous Woman” tour which will affect dates through June 5 and has not planned to return to her tour but AEG, the concert’s promoters, are offering refunds for all ticket holders.

On Friday, the singer wrote in a letter that she tweeted.

“Music is something that everyone on Earth can share … Music is meant to heal us, to bring us together, to make us happy.”