Ariana Grande's star-studded Benefit Concert, "One Love Manchester," has sold out all tickets in only six minutes. There were about 45,000 tickets which were sold after they went on sale at exactly 10 a.m. on Thursday. Alongside Grande are popular performers like Justin Bieber, Black Eyed Peas, Cold Play, Miley Cyrus, Katy Perry, Niall Horan, Usher, Robbie Williams, and Pharrell Williams. The concert is also set to feature some surprise guests.

Proceeds to go to Manchester Emergency Fund

Grande's charity concert is set to happen at Emirates Old Trafford Cricket Ground on June 4. All concert proceeds will benefit the Red Cross of Manchester emergency fund.

The concert is set to benefit all victims and the families who were affected by the bombing that took place at Grande's Manchester Arena on May 22.

As per police report, 22 people died from the explosion, and more than 100 people got injured. Further, those who originally attended Grande's first concert will be offered with free admission on the charity concert event. Moreover, the tickets went on sale Thursday morning for only $52.

Shortly after all tickets went on sale, the Ticketmaster released an official statement that they will give everyone the opportunity to register for "One Love Manchester" event. The registration is still open until 2 p.m. on Thursday. Further, they also released an additional statement that they were overwhelmed with the demand of the fans as the tickets went on sale this morning.

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Concert is set to raise $2.6 million for charity

The Ticketmaster is very happy to announce that there were thousands of fans who successfully purchased the tickets. They also expect that the benefit concert will raise an amount of $2.6 million which will benefit the Manchester fund in the UK. Further, the show which will take place in Emirates ground is expected to hold 50,000 people.

Grande made it sure to collaborate with high-profile personalities and musicians for the said benefit concert. Meanwhile, for those fans who cannot attend the show, they can still view it through live stream, and the details will be announced soon.

Early this week, the Pop Singer has promised her fans that she will return to Manchester to spend time with them through a concert performance. Shortly after the attack, Grande has canceled all her seven shows. However, the Dangerous Woman tour is expected to resume on June 7 in Paris.