Ariana Grande has generously organized a concert for charity called "One Love Manchester" to honor the lives that were lost on the night of the Manchester Bombing. It has been established that all of the funds raised for the evening will be forwarded to the British Red Cross, which will then be used to support the victims' families and friends that have been affected by this terrible tragedy.

Grande's fans have felt her embrace

In just under 6 minutes, the tickets for the charity gig sold out -- selling for around 45 pounds, according to the Ticketmaster website. The concert will take place at Manchester's Old Trafford Cricket Ground this Sunday, June 4th, 2017.

It has been said that the arena is able to hold around 65,000 people, although the amount of tickets that were sold has not yet been confirmed. The benefit concert with Grande and special guests has been estimated to bring in at least $2.6 million, with all proceeds going to charity. Grande was also kind enough to offer free tickets to those of her fans who were present at her last show, where the unfortunate event took place; fans were able to register for this earlier this week. Grande has also promoted this event on her twitter account, with a poster that states the date and location of the gig:

A statement made by Ticketmaster this week said that there was an unbelievable amount of support and love for this charity gig as 140,000 fans were on the website trying to get a hold of the tickets.

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There were also over 450,000 searches for the "One Love Manchester" event which was typed into the search bar of the Ticketmaster website over a 24 hour period.

Other performers will also make an appearance

It has been rumored that other celebrity singers will make an appearance for this charity gig, as well as other special guests that have not been confirmed yet. The additional performers include Miley Cyrus, Justin Bieber, The Black Eyed Peas, Niall Horan, Little Mix, Coldplay, Katy Perry, Robbie Williams, Take That, Usher and Pharrell Williams. A radio interview with Niall Horan was conducted by SirusXM Hits 1 on Wednesday, where Horan stated that he was very good friends with Grande and she had asked him to perform at the gig on Sunday. He went on to say that it was quite obviously a no-brainer, and that he was humbled to be chosen to perform for a great cause, to help those who need it the most.

Grande has shown clear gratitude and generosity by organizing this event for others, and it's great to see how much support the people of Manchester have.