Here's how to watch or listen to Ariana Grande's Manchester benefit concert live
The benefit concert, which sold out in under six minutes, will be taking place on Sunday 4 June.
Ariana Grande has helped organise a benefit gig to help the victims, friends and family of the Manchester Bombing which took place at the end of one of her performances there in May.
This time Grande will be performing in Old Trafford, with a bigger capacity than that of the Manchester Arena where the previous gig took place, and she will be joined by the likes of Justin Bieber, Coldplay, Katy Perry, Pharrell Williams, Black Eyed Peas, Usher, Take That, Niall Horan and Miley Cyrus.
On top of the news that 2FM will be working in tandem with European Broadcasting Union and RTÉ to air the One Love concert, here are some of the other ways to watch or listen to the show:
- Ariana Grande's Official YouTube page will be providing a live-stream of the concert, which you can connect to here
- Grande's official Facebook page will also be streaming the concert, which you can connect to here
- BBC One will be showing the concert live, and it will also be available to view on the BBC iPlayer, as well as most of the BBC radio stations
The coverage is set to begin at 6.30pm, with the show itself due to kick off at 7.15pm.
Plus, there is the rumour that there will be a surprise slot filled by none other than a reunited Oasis.