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Stream Ariana Grande’s One Love Manchester concert online June 4. Photographed above: The “Dangerous Woman” singer at Power 96.1’s Jingle Ball in Atlanta, on December 16, 2016. Getty Images

Ariana Grande’s heading back to Manchester, England, less than two weeks after a terrorist attack during one of her shows left 22 people dead and more than 50 injured. She’s put together a relief concert, enlisting big names in the music industry to help raise funds for those affected by the Manchester Arena Bombing.

Tickets for the show, which cost a little more than $50 each, sold out on Ticketmaster in six minutes. Those who attended Grande’s May 22 concert received free admission to the One Love Manchester concert. Others were left out in the cold — sort of.

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While you may not be able to score tickets to the show, which will feature the musical stylings of artists including Katy Perry, Justin Bieber, Miley Cyrus and more, you can watch it live online. Those hoping to enjoy the concert from the comfort of their own homes can head over to or check out the Freeform app, though you’ll need a cable log in for both. You can access Freeform through Hulu Live, YouTube TV and Sling Orange.

One Love Manchester will also be airing live on two TV networks. Viewers with access to BBC One can catch the concert live at 6:55 p.m. GMT. Those in the United States will be able to watch Grande’s concert on Freeform at 2 p.m. EDT along with a highlight reel from the show after the NBA finals, which kick off at 8 p.m. EDT.

TMZ’s confirmed a number of acts set to join Grande on the stage this weekend at the show. Bieber, Perry, Usher, Coldplay, Cyrus, Pharrell, Take That and Niall Horan have been confirmed. The Black Eyed Peas, sans Fergie, will also be performing.

The 23-year-old songstress announced the benefit concert on Tuesday. She tweeted the date of the show, along with a website where tickets would be available. The website included instructions for fans who attended the concert at which Salman Abedi blew himself up with an improvised explosive, killing and injuring several concert goers.

All proceeds from the One Love Manchester concert will go to the We Love Manchester Emergency Fund. The fund was set up by the Manchester City Council in conjunction with the British Red Cross. Grande’s concert’s expected to bring in $2 million, if not more, for the cause.

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ISIS has claimed responsibility for the May 22 attack, carried out by Abedi with a nail bomb. Police have taken several others into custody, including Abedi’s siblings, on suspicion of being connected to the attack in some way. Most recently, British police arrested Ala Zakry, whom The Guardian reported runs an online Tripoli marketplace that allows users to purchase items through Amazon and other sites via international electronic funds and internet payment services and import them.

The One Love Manchester concert is set for June 4. Don’t miss it!