Tickets for a Charity Concert called "One Love Manchester," which is the initiative of American singer Ariana Grande, were completely sold out six minutes after they went on sale at around 10 a.m. local time. Around 45,000 tickets were purchased by eager buyers once the sale started.

Lineup of singers and bands for the charity concert

Fans at the concert will not only see 23-year-old Ariana Grande perform, but also, a number of other singers and bands are expected to play as well. 23-year-old Canadian singer Justin Bieber, 24-year-old Miley Cyrus, 32-year-old Katy Perry, 38-year-old Usher, 43-year-old English singer Robbie Williams, 23-year-old Niall Horan, and 44-year-old American singer and songwriter Pharrell Williams have all confirmed that they will be performing at the charity concert.

Bands including Coldplay, Little Mix and Take That will also sing at the event for an audience of around 45,000 people.

Details about the donations raised from the 'One Love Manchester' benefit concert

The charity concert is all set to take place on June 4th at the Emirates Old Trafford Cricket Ground in Manchester, England, and it has been announced that all the proceeds from this charity event called "One Love Manchester" will be donated to the Red Cross' Manchester Emergency Fund which will benefit those who suffered on account of the bombing which took place at Ariana Grande's May 22nd concert. 22 people -- including children -- lost their lives, whereas, more than 100 people suffered injuries as a result of the bombing.

The charity concert is expected to raise around $2.6 million ( £2 million) in donations, and attendees have been asked not to bring any bags with them to the venue. There is also a good news for all the people who were not able to purchase tickets for the charity concert, as BBC One TV and BBC radio will broadcast the event live for their viewers and listeners, respectively.

Free tickets for those who were present at the May 22nd Manchester concert of Ariana Grande

Free tickets have been offered to the people who were present at the May 22nd concert where the attack took place, provided that their original booking can be verified by the organizers, whereas, the remaining tickets were up for sale with a $52 (£40) price tag.

On May 30th, the 23-year-old American singer also published the details of the charity concert on her official Twitter account.