Ariana Grande Australian tour confirmed before One Love Manchester benefit concert
Ariana Grande and Justin Bieber will headline a concert on Sunday for the victims of the Manchester attack
ARIANA Grande will tour Australia as scheduled in September.
The singer announced today her Dangerous Woman tour will recommence in June 7 in Paris.
The tour was put on hold after the bombing at her Manchester Arena show on May 22, where 22 people died and 119 people were injured.
Grande will perform at a benefit concert, One Love Manchester, this Sunday to raise money for the victims and their families.
The event will also feature Justin Bieber, Coldplay, Miley Cyrus, Usher, Pharrell Williams, Katy Perry, Niall Horan as well as Take That and Robbie Williams.
The latter two are expected to perform together for the special occasion.
It will air on British TV, with an Australian screening yet to be announced.
While the show sold out instantly, all Grande fans who attended the pop star’s Manchester Arena gig will be given free passes to Sunday’s concert.
Grande’s Australian tour kicks off at Melbourne’s Rod Laver Arena on September 4 and 5 before shows at Sydney’s ICC Theatre on September 8 and 9 and Brisbane’s Entertainment Centre on September 12.
After Paris, Grande will play shows in South America, Central America, Mexico, Asia and New Zealand before landing in Australia.
Her promoters Live Nation are expected to announce new security measures before the event.
It will be Grande’s first concert tour in Australia.