Manchester to give Ariana Grande honorary citizenship

Claudine Rigal
Juin 16, 2017

Twenty-two people, including seven children, died when suicide bomber Salman Abedi detonated a device as concert-goers began leaving a show by the U.S. singer at Manchester Arena on May 22.

The 21,000 capacity venue has been closed since the terror attack last month, where 22 people were killed after an Ariana Grande concert.

Ariana Grande and Miley Cyrus at One Love (Dave Hogan for One Love Manchester/PA) Abedi, 22, carried a rucksack packed with a "massive number" of small metal objects which "flew through the air at high velocity in all directions" when detonated in the foyer of the arena at the end of Grande's concert.

Radiohead are set to headline this year's Glastonbury next week on the back of last year's "A Moon Shaped Pool" LP, topping the Pyramid Stage bill on Friday 23rd June.

Planned gigs for Radiohead on July 4 and 5 will now take place at Manchester Emirates Old Trafford, while Celine Dion's dates have been postponed from July 25 and August 1 and have yet to be rescheduled.

Ticket-holders for the original shows will be contacted by the point of sale to offer a change for the new venue or a refund, while extra tickets go on sale from 10am on Saturday 17 June.

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